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OneControl Unified Management System

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Publication history 0

April 2016
Issue 13.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 6.0 Fundamentals

October 2015
• Issue 12.02 of OneControl Unified Management System 5.1
Fundamentals
• Issue 12.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 5.1
Fundamentals

August 2015
Issue 11.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 5.0 Fundamentals

January 2015
Issue 10.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 4.2 Fundamentals

September 2014
Issue 09.02 of OneControl Unified Management System 4.1 Fundamentals

August 2014
Issue 09.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 4.1 Fundamentals

April 2014
Issue 08.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 4.0 Fundamentals

December 2013
Issue 07.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 3.2 Fundamentals

July 2013
Issue 06.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 3.1 Fundamentals

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April 2013
• Issue 05.02 of OneControl Unified Management System 3.0
Fundamentals
• Issue 05.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 3.0
Fundamentals
September 2012
Issue 04.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 2.2 Fundamentals

August 2012
Issue 03.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 2.1 Fundamentals

January 2012
Issue 02.01 of OneControl Unified Management System 2.0 Fundamentals

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New in this release 1-1

Overview 2-1
The OneControl Unified Management System 2-1
OneControl and support for Ethernet Services Manager (ESM) 2-5
About ESM 2-5
Deployment basics 2-5
Geographical redundancy 2-6
Licensing 2-6
High-level features 2-8
Dashboard display 2-8
Consolidated Network Map 2-8
Alarm browser 2-9
Audit log 2-9
OneControl application health monitoring 2-10
Security: shared credentials 2-11
Launching supported Managers and NE craft interfaces 2-11
Online help and documentation 2-11
Packet service management 2-11
Packet service discovery 2-12
Wavelength service management 2-13
Wavelength service discovery 2-13
Supported service types 2-14
Wavelength service provisioning 2-14
Wavelength service restoration 2-14
Wavelength service troubleshooting 2-14
OTN and SONET/SDH service management 2-15

GUI basics 3-1


The OneControl client application 3-1
The Dashboard 3-3
The Network Map 3-6
Network map for packet and wavelength service management 3-7
NE and group icons 3-8
Links 3-9

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Alarm indicators 3-10


Groups 3-10
Information pop-ups 3-10
Annotations 3-10
Data grids 3-11
Data copy and export 3-11
Showing and hiding columns 3-11

Compatibilities 4-1
Supported network elements 4-1
Supported by Management of CoreStream, Management of 4200, and
Management of CoreDirector and 5400 4-1
Supported by Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL 4-2
Supported by Ethernet Services Manager (ESM) 4-6
Equipment supported by Packet Service Management 4-8
Equipment supported by Wavelength Service Management 4-9
Network element software 4-9
10G 4-11
40G 4-17
100G 4-20
Equipment supported by OTN 4-25
6500 equipment supported for OTN 4-25
5400 equipment supported for OTN 4-48

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ATTENTION
Check for updated versions of this document on the Ciena portal. For
download instructions, see “Documentation download” on page ix.

This document describes the basic features of the OneControl Unified


Management System software.

Documentation download
You can download OneControl documents and other related documents from
the Ciena portal.

To download a document, perform the following steps:


1 As a registered user with a Ciena portal account, log into the Ciena
Customer Service Center portal at:
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2 Once you are logged into this portal, click the Technical Documentation
tab.
3 Use the Browse drop-down (under the heading “Product Documentation
Search”) to select a product suite.
For example, to browse OneControl documentation, choose:
OneControl Unified Management System
The page displays a list of folders, one for each Release of the selected
product.
4 Click a Release number.
The page displays the formats available for the documents for that
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6 Find the document you want to download in the list, and click the
document title.
A download dialog displays, allowing you to open or download the
selected file.
7 Download the document.

Conventions used in this document


Throughout this document you will see system information, such as command
strings and prompts, and responses, represented in consistent ways.

Command strings
Command strings that you enter in a terminal window appear in bold face
courier font as in the following example:
cd /tmp
Note: You must enter the command string exactly as shown, including
spaces, and press Enter.

Variable parameters appear in angle brackets, as in the following example:


mkdir /<directory name>
An explanation of the variable may follow the command string, as in the
following example:
where
<directory name> is the name of the CD-ROM directory

Prompts and responses from the system


System prompts and responses appear in courier font as in the following
example:
Press Enter to continue.

Directory and path names


Directory and path names appear in courier font as in the following example:
/opt/ciena/

Buttons and menu items


Buttons and menu items in the application interface appear in bold face as in
the following example:
Click OK.
In some cases, the user interface supports menu commands and buttons with
equivalent capabilities. In the procedures, we suggest the use of buttons
where they exist. Menu command equivalents have the same or equivalent
name as the button, if you prefer to use them.

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Keyboard keys
Keyboard key names appear in bold face as in the following example:
Press Enter.

Window and field names


Names of objects displayed in windows are written as shown on the screen.
Since these expressions can contain several words, all words in the name
begin with capitals.

Results of an action and comments


Results of an action and comments are printed in italic type, as follows:
The window opens.
When a new window or dialog box opens as a result of a procedure step, the
new context is included in the following step, as follows:
In the Find dialog box, enter a User ID in the Name field.

ATTENTION
Within this document, the term “OneControl Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL”
should be interpreted to mean OneControl Manager for the following network
elements: ActivFlex 6110 Multiservice Optical Platform (ActivFlex 6110),
ActivFlex 6130 Multiservice Optical Platform (ActivFlex 6130), Optical
Multiservice Edge 6150 (OME6150), 6200 Packet-Optical Platform (6200),
6500 Packet-Optical Platform (6500), 565/5100/5200 Advanced Services
Platform (565/5100/5200), and Common Photonic Layer (CPL). The
OneControl Manager for 6k, OM5k, and CPL represents the evolution of the
Optical Manager Element Adapter (OMEA).

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New in this release 1-

This chapter describes the new features in Release 6.0 of the OneControl
Unified Management System, referred to hereafter as OneControl.

This chapter includes the following sections:


• “Installation and upgrades”
• “Node support”
• “Server Management”
• “Wavelength Service Management”
• “Transport switched connection management”
• “Packet service management”
• “Security enhancements”
• “MTOSI enhancements”
• “New alarms”
• “Documentation changes”

Installation and upgrades


In addition to new installations of OneControl 6.0, upgrade are supported from
the following previous OneControl releases:
• OneControl Release 4.2
• OneControl Release 5.0
• OneControl Release 5.1

Node support
This release of OneControl adds support for the following node releases:
• 6500 Release 11.0 (first implemented as part of OneControl 5.0.1)
• 6500 Release 11.1, including the 6500 T-Series nodes (for which support
was first implemented as pat of OneControl 5.0.1)
— Basic node management including new cards
— Layer 0, 1, and 2 service management at par with OneControl 5.1

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— NBI (TMF, MTOSI & UOG) at par with OneControl 5.1


— 6500 T-Series
– Basic node Management (Including PPND)
– Layer 0 and 1 service management at par with OneControl 5.0.1
– NBI (TMF, MTOSI & UOG) at par with OneControl 5.0.1
• 5400 Releases 4.1
— Basic node management including new cards
— Layer 0, 1, and 2 service management at par with OneControl 5.1
— NBI (UOG) at par with OneControl 5.1
• SAOS Release 6.15
— Basic node management
— Compatibility with Ethernet Services Manager ESM 6.7
— Layer 2 service management at par with OneControl 5.1
— NBI (MTOSI) at par with OneControl 5.1
• SAOS Release 8.4
— Basic node management
— Compatibility with ESM 6.7
— Layer 2 service management at par with OneControl 5.1
— NBI (MTOSI) at par with OneControl 5.1
• Compatibility with ESM 6.7
• Compatibility with Integrated Services Manager (ISM) 5.3

Server Management
• Support for IPv6 when managing 6500 and CES nodes
• System migration support for:
— Solaris 10 to 11;
— RHEL/OEL 5.x to 5.y
— RHEL/OEL 5.x to 6.y
— RHEL/OEL 6.x to 6.y
• OneControl RADIUS now supports all CES and 5400 node types
• 6500 11.1: User ID now supports 40 characters and three special
characters
• Windows 10 now supported for client deployment
• Additional robustness for Geographic Redundancy (GR) Force
Replication robustness

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• System security enhancements


• Increase in number of concurrent Alarm Profiles that can be applied
• Installation and upgrade improvements
• Support for Solaris 11.3
• Support for RHEL 6.7 & 7.1

Wavelength Service Management


The following enhancements are implemented in this release for the
management of wavelength services.
• Line OPS [OCLD – OPS – CMD]
— Service discovery, visualization, and troubleshooting
— Service provisioning using Site Manager
• 8700 CSLM
— Service discovery, visualization, and troubleshooting
— Service provisioning using CLI
• 6500 11.1 Layer 0 feature enhancements:
— Flexible grid (service visualization and service troubleshooting)
— 96 DWDM Channels
— 100G WL3n PKT/OTN IF
— 100G WL3 OCLD w/Encryption
— Colorless Direct Attach ROADM
— CMD96
• 5400 4.1: OSLM2 16QAM

Submarine management features


The following enhancements have been added to submarine signal
management in this release of OneControl:
• SRS - Link Alarm display
• Real-time line analysis

Transport switched connection management


The following enhancements are implemented in this release for the
management of Layer 1 OTN services.
• 6500 11.1 Layer 1 feature enhancements:
— Support for co- routed SNC management
— 100G WL3n PKT/OTN IF

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— 1x100G CFP2 + 2x40G QSFP+ PKT/OTN IF


— 100GbE LLDP snooping ports information
— LOFEF TPT Support on 100G MOTR, 4x10G OTR, 1+8 MOTR
— WL3e OCLD with encryption (NTK539QS, NTK539QV)
— ARAD+ variant of PKT/OTN IF (NTK665AB, NTK667B)
• 5400 4.1 Layer 1 feature enhancements:
— Support for co- routed SNC management
— In-Line OSRP using POH Bytes
— OSLM2 16QAM (line-side only)
• Support for OTM hand-off in a client REGEN configuration
• Support for services with asymmetrical client facilities
• For SONET/SDH service management, Optical Services Provisioner
(OSP) now support for 6200 SONET/SDH protection configurations

Packet service management


The following enhancements are implemented in this release for the
management of packet services.
• Multi-domain service provisioning, visualization and troubleshooting
• MPLS-TP LSP provisioning enhancements:
— inserting a node within an existing LSP path
— deleting a node from an existing LSP path
• Y.1564/RFC 2544 enhancements
• 6500 11.1: EMOTR Edge
• 5400 4.1: MPLS-TP on ESLM

Security enhancements
OneControl 6.0 supports the following enhancements to security:
• IP version 6 (IPv6) support (for 6500 and CESD NEs only): The
OneControl RADIUS server supports authentication and authorization of
6500 and CESD network elements over an IPv6 network. As well, the
Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL RADIUS server supports authentication
and authorization of 6500 network elements over an IPv6 network.
• Authentication/authorization for 5410, 5430 and CES devices: The
OneControl RADIUS server can provide authentication and authorization
for 5410, 5430, and CES devices.

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• UserID, special characters and password enhancements: To align


with 6500 Release 11.1, OneControl provides 40 character user ID
support, special characters in the password support, and 128 character
password support for 6500 NEs.

For additional details, refer to the OneControl Security Administration


Procedures, 450-3201-351.

MTOSI enhancements
New features in Release 6.0 of OneControl Unified Management System
Gateway Multi-Technology Operations System Interface (MTOSI) include:
• Plan and Build
• Port configuration support
• Modify VLLI configuration for provisioned L2 services
• Link Aggregration Group (LAG) management enhancements
• System Timing enhancements
• Single-node provisioning for CESD NEs
• Benchmark testing for single-node CESD NEs
• Retrieval of physical loopback for CESD NEs
• Parity support

For more information on MTOSI, refer to the OneControl Gateway MTOSI


Fundamentals, 450-3281-001. For more details on MTOSI operations and
parameters, refer to the MTOSI Implementation Application (IA).

Plan and Build


The OSS Plan and Build feature replaces the need for the NOC person to
manually set the permanent IP address, gateway, netmask and system name
of deployed devices.

Plan—Allows a client to add a planned NTE record to the OneControl


database. The record identifies the future device’s permanent sysName, IP
address, netmask and default gateway, as well as the headend port where the
future NTE will be connected.

Build—Connecting the factory-reset NTE to the expected port on the


headend node triggers the Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) process and
provisions the NTE with the data from the planned NTE record.

Device Replacement—Allows a client to delete/de-enroll a CESD managed


node from OneControl to support device replacement. Device replacement
also uses the new Plan and Build operations to plan the replacement NE.

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Use the new updateInventory MTOSI operation for Plan, Build and Device
Replacement to:
• Create a planned node
• Delete a planned node
• Delete a managed node

Note: A planned node cannot be modified. Instead, a planned node must


be deleted, then re-added (no overwrite).

The Plan and Build feature is turned on or off through property configuration
(see the OneControl Gateway MTOSI Fundamentals, 450-3281-001, for
details).

Port configuration support


This feature provides a collection of new parameters to be changed at the port
(PTP/FTP) level. The interpretation of these parameters is customer-specific.

The MTOSI operations involved in port configuration support are:


• setTerminationPointData
• getTerminationPointData
• getInventory

Modify VLLI configuration for provisioned L2 services


In release 4.2, the createAndActivateFlowDomainFragment operation
supported setting user and network VLLI parameters on new FDFR services
through MTOSI. This release supports being able to modify the user and
network VLLI parameters on existing FDFR services through MTOSI. Each
option can be applied independently at each endpoint of an E-LINE service.

Network link loss forwarding (VLLINetworkLinkLoss) triggers when a break is


detected on the NNI link. The client interface port shuts down to indicate the
state of the infrastructure. This continues until the network break is repaired.

User link loss forwarding (VLLIUserLinkLoss) allows the notification of a


remote UNI failure at one end of an E-LINE service to be propagated (through
a message in CCM) to a suitably configured customer device at the other end
of the same service. Available as a selectable unidirectional service only, user
link loss forwarding is notified at the time of provision.

The MTOSI operation involved in link loss forwarding is:


• Enabling/disabling the network and user VLLI parameters for Ethernet
connection termination points using setTerminationPointData

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The getInventory (FDFR retrieval) operation already supports returning the


user and network VLLI parameters for Ethernet connection termination points.
Now getInventory for FDFR reflects the changes made to VLLI parameters
using setTerminationPointData.

The VLLI feature is not supported for getTerminationPoint or


deleteAndDeactivateFlowDomainFragment input parameters.

Link Aggregration Group (LAG) management enhancements


Provision a single LAG port to be 1-up-1-down on the network side. This
upgrade can be performed on day one or sometime after the port is in service.
This needs to occur in one operation so as not to disrupt VLAN operation.
Downgrades are also supported.

Link Aggregation Groups are used in a network to provide a protection


mechanism in case of link failure. Two requirements that need to be fulfilled
over the MTOSI interface are:
• The ability to manually configure a LAG between a 3903/3904/3930-930
on the customer premise and a 5142/5150 in the central office
• Provision services that use the LAG as a transport

To fulfill these requirements, the createFloatingTerminationPoint and


deleteFloatingTerminationPoint MTOSI operations are modified with
additional behavior for the following settings:
• VLLI migration
• MaximumFrameSize migration
• MGMT VLAN migration

System Timing enhancements


A new VE_SYNC_BITS_E1_LOCATION parameter is added to specify the
location for the Synchronization Status Message (SSM). The attribute only
applies to E1.

This parameter is supported when an E1 BITS port is initially created through


the createAndActivateFlowDomainFragment or the
modifyFlowDomainFragment-add use cases.

This parameter is modifiable through the setTerminationPointData operation


on BITS-based CTPs.

This parameter is retrievable when displaying the BITS port information using
getInventory-FDFR.

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Single-node provisioning for CESD NEs


In the single-node L2 service scenarios, the two nodes involved in a service
are managed by two different OneControls. This means that from a
OneControl perspective, each sees a one-node service. The single-node
provisioning for CESD NEs feature is about being able to provision and
manage that single-node service, which will be further stitched by the OSS to
a single service.

You can now provision two single-node services in each of the OneControls,
such that in the network, there is consistency with a single two-node service
created by a single OneControl. Modifications have been made to the
createAndActivateFlowDomainFragment MTOSI operation to accommodate
the single-node FDFR provisioning feature.

Traffic service provisioning


New transmission parameters in the tpDataListToModify for the
createAndActivateFlowDomainFragment request are:
• mepId
• interfaceType

Timing service provisioning


You can now specify the A- and Z-end parameters for the
createAndActivateFlowDomainFragment and modifyFlowDomainFragment
MTOSI operations.

The deleteAndDeactivateFlowDomainFragment MTOSI operation has been


modified to delete traffic and timing services from the first and second
OneControls.

Benchmark testing for single-node CESD NEs


The existing Test and Diagnostics supports startTest, stopTest and
getTestResults MTOSI operations. With the single-node provisioning for
CESD NEs feature now supported in OneControl, the reflector and generator
ports can be managed by different OneControl servers.

If you provide startTest with a reflector port and a generator port and they are
both in the same OneControl, both ports are set up and testing is started (as
per earlier releases).

You can now optionally set up the reflector port independently and then run
startTest with the general port and the MAC of the reflector port that had been
previously started. The startTest operation then creates the generator port
and starts the test.

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New MTOSI operations to support setting up and tearing down the reflector
port are:
• setupTest
• teardownTest

Retrieval of physical loopback for CESD NEs


New transmission parameters have been added to the
tpl=transmissionParametersList, tps=transmissionParameters and
pl=parameterList in response to a getInventory request against a PTP.

This information is also reported in response to a getTerminationPointData


request.

Note: This feature is only supported on SAOS 6.x devices.

Parity support
In this release, MTOSI supports parity of:
• SAOS release 8.3 to the functionality supported by MTOSI for SAOS
release 8.2.1. This parity does not include testing of flow domain
fragments (FDFR).
• SAOS release 6.14 to the functionality supported by MTOSI for SAOS
release 6.13.
• 6500 release 11.1 to the functionality supported by MTOSI for 6500
release 10.2.
• New 6500 circuit packs and pluggables with parity to existing MTOSI
functionality for Fault, Performance, physical and logical Inventory, and
Provisioning (OTN services).

New alarms
OneControl 6.0 adds support for new alarms stemming from the new MTOSI
Plan and Build feature, as described in Table 1-1.

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Table 1-1
MTOSI Plan and Build alarms

This alarm Raises when

Protection Subsystem Problem The following conditions are met:


• Geographical redundancy (GR) is enabled.
• The Plan and Build feature is enabled on the
peer server handling an updateInventory
request to add/delete a planned node.
• The Plan and Build feature is not enabled on the
other peer server handling the replication of the
PlannedNodeEntity add/delete command.

Reconfiguration Fail A managed element was attempted to be created


using planned node information and OneControl
fails to set the node’s IP address, gateway,
netmask or system name. This alarm also raises
if the repurposed device was not factory reset.

Topology Mismatch Network termination equipment (NTE) is


connected to the wrong headend interface,
for example, this alarm raises as a coldstart
trap for an unplanned node.

Support is also added for these new alarms:


• Configuration Mismatch—which raises when OneControl discovers a
USR or CBR subnetwork connection (SNC) as a member of a corouted
SNC.
• Lost PMs—which raises when performance measurements are lost during
collection.

For more information, refer to the OneControl Alarm Clearing Procedures,


450-3201-543.

Documentation changes
Starting with OneControl Release 6.0, the former OneControl Service
Management Guide, 450-3201-302, has been replaced by three separate
guides:
• OneControl Wavelength Service Management Guide, 450-3201-306
• OneControl Packet Service Management Guide, 450-3201-307
• OneControl Transport Switched Connection Management Guide,
450-3201-308

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This chapter describes the key features of the OneControl Unified


Management System, referred to hereafter as OneControl.

This chapter includes the following sections:


• “The OneControl Unified Management System” on page 2-1
• “OneControl and support for Ethernet Services Manager (ESM)” on page
2-5
• “Deployment basics” on page 2-5
• “High-level features” on page 2-8
• “Packet service management” on page 2-11
• “Wavelength service management” on page 2-13
• “OTN and SONET/SDH service management” on page 2-15

The OneControl Unified Management System


Ciena’s OneControl Unified Management System provides a single solution
for network and service management capabilities across the whole portfolio
of Ciena’s Ethernet, Transport, and Switching services.

By providing a single, central platform that works in concert with several


otherwise separate Ciena Element Management Systems (EMSes),
OneControl provides a consistent look and feel for monitoring and managing
fault, performance management, service management, and provisioning
across the Layer 0, Layer 1, and Layer 2 network services. OneControl
operators can use a common interface to view and respond to alarms raised
by any managed NE in the network, any of the supported or integrated
EMSes, and OneControl itself.

Figure 2-1 shows the relationship between the components of the OneControl
system.

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Figure 2-1
The OneControl system

In addition to its integrated network management capabilities, OneControl


works with Ethernet Services Manager (ESM), which mediates between
OneControl and its managed NEs. ESM is described in “About ESM” on page
2-5.
OneControl itself integrates a set of network management capabilities as
separately licensed features:
• Management of CoreStream: when this license and associated software
are present, OneControl enables a series of menu selections for the
management of CoreStream network elements. CoreStream NEs and the
links in which they participate are fully reflected in the OneControl network

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map, network element list, alarm counts and detailed alarms list. Users
have access to real-time events and the CoreStream NE inventory,
connection provisioning, the CoreStream circuit ID summary, span
configuration, EMS summary, NE security configuration, historical analog
performance monitoring, and an external point viewer.
• Management of 4200: when this license and associated software are
present, OneControl enables a series of menu selections for the
management of Ciena’s 2300 and the 4200 family of network elements.
Relate features use the main OneControl GUI as well as extended
OneControl GUI windows. Provisioned 4200 NEs and the links in which
they participate are fully reflected in the OneControl network map, NE list,
alarm counts and detailed alarms list. This includes the ESOM
Association Summary, management of optical channel connections,
provisioning for the 2150 NE and its port associations, the protected circuit
summary, real-time performance monitoring graphs, trap viewer, and G10
management. The 4200 management license also enables management
of O-APS and FlexSelect 40G devices.
• Management of 5400 and CoreDirector: when this license and
associated software are present, OneControl enables a series of menu
selections for the management of Ciena’s 5400 and CoreDirector Switch
products for optical switching equipment. These features use the main
OneControl GUI as well as extended OneControl GUI windows.
CoreDirector and 5400 NEs and the links in which they participate are fully
reflected in the OneControl network map, NE list, alarm counts and
detailed alarms list. Supported features include the Ethernet cross-
connect and ring summary, USR aggregate node management, and a
historical PM and Ethernet PM viewer.
• OneControl Service Layer Manager: OneControl’s Service Layer
Manager software works with other components of OneControl to provide
an end-to-end, service-oriented view of diversely managed network
connections. Service Layer Manager tools build a logical model of
SONET/SDH control-plane services traversing the network, identify
customers associated with those services, and correlate faults on
individual nodes and links with the overall services they support. The
Service Layer Manager is opened from the OneControl GUI, and opens in
an extended GUI of Service Layer Manager windows.
• OneControl Universal OSS Gateway: when this license is present,
OneControl enables access to northbound interfaces, and the ability to
create, edit, and delete northbound interfaces users through OneControl’s
the NBI Administration menu.
• Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL: when this license and associated
software are present, OneControl’s Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL offers
a comprehensive and scalable management system including the
following features:

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— Integrated IP, SONET, SDH, and DWDM management


— Manual and automated network element backups with manual
restoration
— Remote network element software delivery with back-out capability
— Performance measurement collection available for display or export
— A hardware inventory application to report current hardware
deployment in your network
— A northbound interface (TMF) for ease-of-use transfer to Operational
Support Systems (OSS)
The Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL can also work with the following tools,
launched separately from within the OneControl GUI:
— Integrated end-to-end Layer 1 service provisioning using Optical
Service Provisioner (OSP)
— Layer 1 troubleshooting using Layer 1 Network and Service Viewer
(NSV)
The Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL, which is an evolution of Optical
Manager Element Adapter (OMEA), uses the OneControl network
map rather than the native network map formerly used in stand-alone
OMEA.
• Optical Service Provisioner: Optical Service Provisioner (OSP) is an
optional application that is available as an add-on to the Manager for 6k,
OM5k and CPL. OSP allows connection building across several network
elements, across multiple element controller spans of control, and
subnetwork topologies from a single interface. OSP eliminates the need to
access the interface of each controller or network element to provision
connections.
• Layer 1 Network and Service Viewer: The Layer 1 Network and Service
Viewer (Layer 1 NSV) provides a flexible visualization and navigation
capability to assist in fault management for complex networks.
The Layer 1 NSV is an optional application that simplifies troubleshooting
at sub-system, DWDM and service levels. It enables you to browse
Layer 1 service paths in which a network element participates and
displays them graphically. Alarm summaries, network element states and
the traffic link status information can be overlaid on the graphical display.

The main features of OneControl are described in further detail in “High-level


features” on page 2-8.

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OneControl and support for Ethernet Services Manager (ESM)


In addition to its own native network management capabilities, OneControl
can be configured to interface with Ethernet Services Manager (ESM). ESM
shares all topology and alarm data with OneControl; so if a user adds or
deletes an NE from the network using ESM, that change is reflected in
OneControl as well. In the same way, acknowledging or clearing an alarm
using ESM will be reflected in OneControl.
About ESM
Ciena’s Ethernet Services Manager (ESM) is a carrier-grade platform for
automated service activation, creation, and management for Ciena's Carrier
Ethernet Service Delivery Switches and Service Aggregation Switches. The
ESM enables subscriber-managed services and lets users efficiently build
and deploy large-scale Carrier Ethernet networks.

ESM is a comprehensive suite of integrated software tools built on a low-


touch, service-oriented architecture that transparently handles the details of
deploying, delivering, and sustaining carrier Ethernet services.

Deployment basics
The OneControl software employs a client/server architecture. The server and
client applications will run on the hardware and operating systems listed in the
OneControl Engineering Guide, 450-3201-010.

OneControl supports both MySQL and local or remote Oracle as the


supporting database. Some OneControl configurations specifically require an
Oracle database rather than mySQL. Detailed system requirements for
OneControl servers, clients, and supporting databases required by various
configurations, are described in the OneControl Engineering Guide, 450-
3201-010.

OneControl functions in tandem with one or more installed instances of


Ethernet Services Manager (ESM) and the integrated Manager for 6k, OM5k
and CPL. There are several options for installing these applications on a
single server or on multiple servers.

Deployment options involving single or multiple servers are described in


OneControl Installation, 450-3201-201, and the OneControl Engineering
Guide, 450-3201-010. The appropriate deployment configuration will depend
upon the size of the network supported, the amount of single-server
integration desired, and the amount of downtime acceptable when upgrading
one or more components.

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OneControl supports installation of a server configuration capable of


managing 1000 NEUs within a four-hour window. This includes the installation
of supporting EMS software components associated with Manager for 6K,
OM5K and CPL; Management of CoreDirector; Manager of 4200; and
Manager of Corestream and 5400.

Geographical redundancy
OneControl can be deployed in a Geographical Redundancy (GR)
configuration in which two fully functioning OneControl systems in distant
locations replicate data over a communications network. In the event of a local
disaster affecting one system, the unaffected system can take over the
responsibility for managing the network and OneControl client connections.

Both OneControl sites communicate independently with the network of


managed NEs, receiving notification of NE events at approximately the same
time and processing them independently. For information not emanating from
NEs, such as operator data, OneControl uses the GR communication channel
to transmit and replicate data between the two sites. If communication
between the two sites is interrupted, data is stored locally and transmitted
when the connection is restored.

Each site communicates independently with supported EMSes. If this


communication is lost, an administrator must reconfigure the connection.

When GR is configured for OneControl, the following data is replicated


between the two OneControl servers:
• Network topological data, including layout of all nodes and links, groups,
and annotations
• Data for alarms, both EMS and non-EMS, including alarm
acknowledgement, clearing, and annotation status
• the content of the Audit log
• Administrator data such as data retention policies

User account data is replicated separately by the security subsystem, which


communicates outside the OneControl GR data channel.

For more information about deployment options and system requirements for
OneControl, see OneControl Installation, 450-3311-201, and the OneControl
Engineering Guide, 450-3201-010.

Licensing
Ciena grants access to OneControl and many of its capabilities using feature-
specific licenses.

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• The OneControl product license is required to run the OneControl server


software itself.
• Basic feature licenses enable general capabilities or management of
specific NE types or families (such as the license for Management of 5400
and CoreDirector).
• Advanced feature licenses enable the management of specific aspects of
the SONET/SDH/OTN, Packet, and Wavelength service layers (such as
the separate licenses for Wavelength Service Provisioning, Wavelength
Service Troubleshooting, and Wavelength Service Restoration).
• Feature quantity licenses determine the quantity of NEs, shelves,
connections, or services that a licensed feature can apply to (for example,
the Wavelength Service Quantity governs the number of Layer 0 services
that OneControl can manage).
• NE Manager Interface licenses enable the association of OneControl with
a specific number of associated instance of Ethernet Services Manager or
OneControl’s integrated Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL.
These licenses can be applied during installation, or after installation using the
Manage EMS Configuration tab of the OneControl client GUI.

Users with appropriate security privileges can use the Manage EMS
Configuration tab to add and extend feature licenses. For quantity-based
licenses, users can also configure alarms that warn when resource
consumption exceeds threshold percentages.

License Alarms and Warning Dialogs


OneControl raises a Critical EMS alarm indicating “License Usage Exceeded”
for each quantity-based license when consumption of the allowed volume
exceeds 100%. The alarm identifies the specific license(s) whose threshold is
exceeded. This Critical alarm cannot be cleared manually.

Also, when a license has exceeded 100% usage, each OneControl client
logged in to the sever displays a popup dialog reminding the user that their
licenses have been exceeded. Clicking the OK button will close the warning
dialog. However, the dialog will display again every 30 minutes at the :00 and
:30 points of every hour, and will continue to do so until the license usage no
longer exceeds 100%.

Optional Major and Minor EMS alarms indicating “License Threshold Usage
Exceeded” can also be raised at user-configurable percentage thresholds,
although for each license OneControl will raise only the single highest alarm
that is warranted. A user with the administrator role can set these two
threshold values using the License section of OneControl’s Administration
GUI. Unlike the Critical license alarm, these Major and Minor alarms can be
cleared manually, and no dialog is displayed to users regarding these alarms.

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Any license alarm is automatically cleared when, during a normal license


check, consumption has dropped to at least 5% less than the associated
threshold.

High-level features
This section describes the main features of OneControl, including its inter-
operation with supported EMSes.

Dashboard display
The OneControl Dashboard provides a single space that summarizes user
data and network data:
• a Resources area displays the user’s recent activities, watch list,
bookmarks, and knowledge learning links.
• a Summaries area displays data regarding network health, EMS health,
and a current and historical fault summary. This information updates at a
configurable interval.

This display consolidates information from all NEs in the managed network,
mediated by the supported EMSes.

For more information about the Dashboard and its components, see “The
Dashboard” on page 3-3.

Consolidated Network Map


The OneControl network map displays a consolidated view of the entire
managed network in a way that facilitates viewing, configuring, and
troubleshooting NEs and the links between them.

The network map displays all NEs and physical links, whether discovered by
software or created manually by users. Fault status is displayed for individual
NEs and links, as well as alarm summaries for the network as a whole.

Note: The 61XX series of nodes is an exception; only links involving 6110
and 6130 nodes are displayed on the network map. Links on 6150 nodes
are not displayed.

Like the Dashboard, the network map consolidates information from all NEs
in the managed network, mediated by the supported EMSes.

For more information about the network map and its components, see “The
Network Map” on page 3-6.

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Alarm browser
The OneControl GUI allows users to view both active and historical network
alarms on a single tab within the GUI. From the Alarms browser, a user can:
• acknowledge and un-acknowledge alarms
• manually clear alarms for OneControl itself
• sort the list of alarms by displayed properties
• view a count of all active alarms by severity
• filter the alarm list, and save, modify, delete, import, and export alarm
filters
• add, delete, and modify annotations for individual alarms

From a given OneControl alarm, a user can also directly open the
corresponding trouble clearing procedure in the online help.

There are three types of fault data that can be displayed:


• Alarms for OneControl itself.
• NE alarms, generated by network elements. An NE alarm is either a Raise
alarm, or a Clear alarm that clears previously raised alarm. NE alarms
have severity of critical, major, minor and warning. Once an alarm is
cleared, it becomes a “historical” alarm; a not-yet cleared alarm is an
“active” alarm.
• EMS alarms are similar to NE alarms, but are generated by supported
element management systems.

OneControl also allows users to export and save any list of alarms to a
separate file.

Security alarms are browsed using a separate alarm browser, accessed from
a different area of the OneControl menu and requiring security privileges to
access.

Audit log
The OneControl Audit Log maintains a chronological record of user-initiated
operations and user-related security events, enabling an operator to
determine which user performed a given action, when, and from what IP
address. The log also records the result of the action as reported by the server
in response to the client request.

The audit logs tracks all security and configuration-related requests that are
specifically tied to a client, and which require more than read-only permission
levels. For example:
• security events: users logging in and out, and changes to administrative
security settings such as password duration and syntax

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• enrolling or unenrolling a subordinate instance of ESM or an integrated


instance of Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL.
• configuring data retention periods
• fault acknowledgment and clearing
• Threshold Crossing Alert (TCA) management activities
• creating or modifying links and groups
Note: Logs of any modifications made to OSRP links that were performed
using the OSRP Link Summary application are instead captured in
OneControl’s “Legacy Historical Audit Logs”.

• moving NEs or groups


• creating, deleting, or modifying annotations
• configuring Geographic Redundancy

The audit log keeps a record of all login and logout attempts received by the
server, regardless of user permissions or the result.

Audit log records are stored in the database used by OneControl.

OneControl application health monitoring


The OneControl Health Monitor allows users to view performance and
environmental data for the OneControl application itself, including its major
components and the server on which the application is deployed.

The Health Monitor displays the key, currently executing applications and
processes, and an indication of when critical application parameters exceed
high-end tolerances. In this way, the Health Monitor allows users and support
engineers to identify potential performance issues, and provides critical
environment data in the event of deficiencies in application performance or
behavior.

The Health Monitor display is broken into separate tabs:


• an Overview tab shows the overall status of OneControl managed
services, operating system name and version, and information about
server disk usage and CPU load.
• a Servers tab displays CPU load and usage data for memory, disk, and file
system for each server.
• other tabs display detailed data for individual managed services and
configured threshold crossing alerts.

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Security: shared credentials


OneControl includes an option to provide a centralized security infrastructure.
When installed in this configuration, OneControl provides a single point from
which to administer user accounts and access control permissions for
OneControl and supported EMSes.

OneControl supports three security models:


• Local authorization: OneControl has its own, separate set of users from
the supported EMSes and managed NEs. A new, explicit login is required
each time a user accesses an EMS or NE.
• Centralized authorization: OneControl provides its own internal RADIUS
server for user authentication. In addition to the OneControl users, the
users for each supported EMS can authenticate through this server,
removing the need for a separate login.
Users for individual NEs cannot authenticate through the internal RADIUS
server; however, if OneControl user accounts are duplicated on the NEs
themselves, using identical names and passwords, then OneControl users
will be able to access NEs without a separate login.
• External authorization: If the deployment environment uses an external
RADIUS server, then all users for OneControl, the supported EMSes, and
the NEs themselves can authenticate through that external server.

Launching supported Managers and NE craft interfaces


From OneControl, a user can launch any of the installed and integrated
managers and open a craft interface to any (non-ESM) managed NE. When
taking advantage of the OneControl shared security model, these interfaces
launch without the need to supply additional credentials.

Online help and documentation


OneControl includes built-in contextual online help, which includes
procedures for standard software operations, security administration, and
clearing OneControl alarms.

Packet service management


OneControl’s packet service management feature supports discovery,
visualization, provisioning, and troubleshooting for Layer 2 connections on
6500 NEs with the L2 MOTR card and/or eMOTR card, and on the Carrier
Ethernet Solutions (CES) devices as listed in the packet service management
chapter of the OneControl Release 6.0 Packet Service Management Guide,
450-3201-307.

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This support includes comprehensive support for visualizing and provisioning


G.8032 Ring service infrastructure and Multi-Protocol Label Switched (MPLS)
Label Switched Paths (LSPs), as well as visualizing and managing PBB-TE
infrastructure.

Packet service discovery


OneControl automatically discovers packet-based services and service
infrastructure from the managed network. Initial synchronization with services
takes place once the network database is populated following installation.
This information is updated periodically using scheduled network
synchronizations.

End-to-end service and service infrastructure paths are deduced from the
series of supporting nodal cross-connects and links. Once a user has
searched for and selected a service using the Service Query feature,
OneControl displays the path of the selected service on the network map.

Supported service types


OneControl supports management of the following service types:
• E-LINE: configurable as either an Ethernet Private Line (EPL) or Ethernet
Virtual Private Line (EVPL), creates an Ethernet Virtual Circuit (EVC)
providing a point-to-point transport service between two end points. These
endpoints can be connected by a linear Q-in-Q linear infrastructure, by
spans of a G.8032 ring, by MPLS LSP tunnels using pseudowires, or by
PBB-TE tunnels.
• E-LAN: configurable as either an EP-LAN or EVP-LAN, this is a multipoint
service connecting a set of endpoints and giving the appearance of a
bridged Ethernet network. These endpoints can be connected by a linear
Q-in-Q linear infrastructure, by spans of a G.8032 ring, by MPLS LSP
tunnels using pseudowires, or by PBB-TE tunnels.
• E-TREE: configurable as either an EP-TREE or EVP-TREE, this is a Point
to Multi-point EVC that allows communication between one Root endpoint
and many Leaf endpoints, but prevents Leaf-to-Leaf communication.
These endpoints can be connected by spans of a G.8032 ring or by MPLS
LSP tunnels using pseudowires.

Supported infrastructure types


Supported infrastructures on which these services can be configured include:
• Linear Q-in-Q: A simple linear infrastructure that may or may not include
protection for inter-node links.
• G.8032 Ring: A ring protection infrastructure that may include aggregated
or non-aggregated ports, as well as one or more subtending subrings.
• MPLS: CES E-LINE and E-TREE services are now fully supported over a
network of MPLS tunnels/pseudowires.

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• Mixed G.8032 rings and spurs: OneControl supports packet-based


services whose route between two endpoints traverse a major ring, one or
more subrings, and linear spurs of one or more hops extending from ring-
member nodes.
• Linear spurs for E-Line and E-LAN services: An E-Line or E-LAN service
path can include a linear QinQ “spur” that extends from a G.8032 ring or
an MPLS LSP. In this case the Transport type for the service will be
displayed as “Linear, G.8032” or “Linear, MPLS”.
For MPLS, an E-Line service can include single-hop or multi-hop linear
spurs at the start of the path, the end of the path, or both. Linear segments
are not supported between MPLS segments.
• Provider Backbone Bridge Traffic Engineering (PBB-TE) tunnels can be
used to carry E-LINE and E-LAN services, and once configured can be
discovered and managed by OneControl.

OneControl supports the configuration of G.8032 protection rings on CES


devices using Ring Manager, an application that works in conjunction with
Ethernet Services Manager (ESM).

OneControl also supports the creation of LSP tunnels (and other elements of
MPLS infrastructure) using MPLS Manager. Like Ring Manager, this
application is available for use with CES devices that are managed by
OneControl in conjunction with ESM.

Finally, OneControl supports the provisioning of Provider Backbone Bridge


Traffic Engineering (PBB-TE) tunnels on CES devices using Integrated
Services Manager (ISM), an extension of Ethernet Services Manager.

For more information about packet service and infrastructure management,


see the OneControl Packet Service Management Guide, 450-3201-307.

Wavelength service management


OneControl’s Wavelength Service Management feature supports discovery,
visualization, provisioning, restoration, and troubleshooting for Layer 0
connections on 5400, 6500 and CPL/CCA network elements as specified in
section “Equipment supported by Wavelength Service Management” on page
4-9.

Wavelength service discovery


OneControl automatically discovers wavelength services and service
infrastructure from the managed network. Initial synchronization with services
takes place once the network database is populated following installation.
This information is updated periodically using scheduled network
synchronizations.

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End-to-end services are deduced from the series of supporting nodal cross-
connects and links. Once a user has searched for and selected a service
using the Service Query feature, OneControl displays the path of the selected
service on the network map.

Supported service types


OneControl supports management of the following service types:
• line-line
• CMD-line
• CMD-CMD

Wavelength service provisioning


Use the OneControl wavelength provisioning interface to specify an entire
non-control plane service, including intermediate nodes, traversed by the
wavelength service (explicit provisioning) or allow OneControl to calculate the
optimum service path between selected start and end nodes (implicit
provisioning).

Use OneControl to provision photonic control plane subnetwork connections


(SNCs) in a photonic control plane-enabled network. Ciena’s Optical
Signaling and Routing Protocol (OSRP) ensures photonic path availability for
restoration and protection.

Use the OneControl wavelength service management mating tool to manage


nodal cross-connects:
• a transponder line port to a channel multiplexer/ de-multiplexer (CMD) port
• edit and delete cross-connects created using OneControl

For more information about wavelength service management, see the


OneControl Wavelength Service Management Guide, 450-3201-306.

Wavelength service restoration


Use OneControl to manually restore non-control plane services from failed
links to alternate photonic paths and later revert the wavelength service back
to the original home path.

Wavelength service troubleshooting


Use OneControl to troubleshoot Layer 0 service problems:
• Correlate network alarms to Layer 0 services. Alarm counts displayed on
the network map reflect those alarms that potentially impact the selected
service to the exclusion of all other alarms. Select a node on the map and
alarms counts for acknowledged and unackowledged alarms are
displayed.

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• The Power Overlay feature enables you to view optical power levels,
including: the per fiber power level, the per channel wavelength power
level, and OSC powers on wavelength services and/or selected photonic
links.
• The Power Graph feature provides a view of the power data traversing a
photonic path. The Power Graph also provides details about the cards
participating in the selected wavelength service.
• Layer 0 (photonic) link alarms provide a visual alarm indicator (link
highlights) on the network map using alarm colors to reflect the highest
severity port alarm conditions of the ports at either side (source and
destination) of the photonic link.

OTN and SONET/SDH service management


OneControl OTN and SONET/SDH connection management enables a
network operator to provision and visualize OTN, SONET, and SDH
connections on managed NEs, and take advantage of the greater capabilities
of those NEs supporting the Control Plane.

OneControl supports management for SONET/SDH and OTN control-plane


connections on the 6500, CoreDirector, and 5410/5430 network elements. It
also provides OTN non-control-plane connection management on the 6500.

The supported releases of these managed NEs vary based on whether the
network is made up solely of one type of NE, or includes multiple NE types,
and whether the NEs support OTN or OSRP as described in the OneControl
Transport Switched Connection Management Guide, 450-3201-308.

Connection details are displayed in tabular and graphic form, including


information about each connection’s home and current routes.
• OTN and SONET/SDH management features of OneControl support
modifying, activating, deactivating, and deleting existing connections.
Connections can be rerouted, re-groomed, and an operator can perform
protection switching operations in response to network failures or to
prepare for maintenance activities.
• OTN and SONET/SDH provisioning features of OneControl support the
creation of new client connections and tunnels within the managed
network, including client-side or network protection. In addition, OTN SNC
protection includes the 6500 Optical Protection Switch (OPS) and the
6500 Transponder Protection Tray (TPT).

Provisioning and management of OTN and SONET/SDH connections in


OneControl are performed through two primary tabs in the GUI:
• the Manage Transport Switched Connections tab

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• the Provision Transport Switched Connections tab

In addition to these tabs, the Dashboard includes high-level information about


OTN and SONET/SDH Control Plane connections in the Connection
Management Overview area. Finally, several features in the extended
OneControl GUI provide additional support when managing OTN and
SONET/SDH connections.

For more information about OTN and SONET/SDH service management, see
the OneControl Transport Switched Connection Management Guide, 450-
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This chapter describes the basic components of the client GUI for the
OneControl Unified Management System (hereafter OneControl), including
the primary windows that form the starting point for most operations and the
structure of the menus used to access software features. The chapter also
includes procedures for opening and exiting the OneControl GUI on both
Windows and Solaris workstations.

Note: You can launch more than one instance of the OneControl client on
a single workstation; but only one client per workstation can log into a
given OneControl server.

This allows users to, for example, open different instances of the
OneControl client on the same workstation and log simultaneously into
both OneControl servers of a geographically redundant pair.
This chapter includes the following sections:
• “The OneControl client application” on page 3-1
• “The Dashboard” on page 3-3
• “The Network Map” on page 3-6
• “Data grids” on page 3-11

The OneControl client application


The OneControl client application, shown in Figure 3-1 on page 3-2, uses a
modular GUI window to display different types of information about the
managed network. When first opened, the client GUI displays the Dashboard
tab by default. Additional displays are available from the GUI menu; each
displays as a separate tab within the GUI window when open.

The application title bar displays the OneControl server name. The current
user and connection status are displayed in the status bar.

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Figure 3-1
The OneControl client GUI (showing Dashboard)

• Title Bar: The title bar displays the application name and the host name
of the server to which the client is connected.
• Menu Bar: The menu bar allows a user to open new views within the
OneControl GUI. For a breakdown of menu items and their effect when
selected, see “This configuration of displayed columns, along with column
order and width, are saved to the OneControl server as a user preference
associated with the current user’s login, and are applied to future
instances (but not other currently open instances) of the same table.” on
page 3-12.
• Display Tabs: As the user opens new views in the OneControl GUI (for
example the Network Map, NE List, or Network Alarms view), most appear
as new tabs in the client GUI window. Some views (particularly all Security
windows and any subordinate EMS or Craft interfaces) open in separate
windows.
• Status Bar: The status bar displays the name of the user currently logged
into the OneControl client, as well as the status of the connection between
the client and the server. The network date and time are also displayed on
the right-hand side of the status bar.

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The Dashboard
The OneControl Dashboard provides a single-glance summary of the network
statistics and details relevant to day-to-day network administration tasks. The
Dashboard is a central point from which to launch supported EMS
applications.

The Dashboard can be configured to display as a tab within the main GUI, or
as a separate window. By default the Dashboard displays when the client first
opens. For information about configuring the Dashboard, see “This
configuration of displayed columns, along with column order and width, are
saved to the OneControl server as a user preference associated with the
current user’s login, and are applied to future instances (but not other currently
open instances) of the same table.” on page 3-12.

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Figure 3-2
The Dashboard

The Dashboard consists of two main areas: the Resources area and the
Summaries area.
The Resources area displays the user’s recent activities, watch list,
bookmarks, and access to product documentation and Ciena support.

• The Recent Activities list displays the activity log for the currently user,
such as alarm acknowledgments and client launches.
• The Watch List area display notifications whenever certain user-selected
events occur (such as alarms meeting certain criteria, or the provisioning
or management of Layer 1 connections).
• My Bookmarks provide one-click shortcuts to user-selected features; a
user can add bookmarks by simply dragging a menu item and dropping it
onto the Bookmarks area, then optionally associating a filter to narrow
down the associated display.

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• The Support Center section includes links to Ciena web pages providing
product information and customer support, and to open the customer
documentation integrated into OneControl.
The Summaries area displays at a single glance key data pertaining to
network status, divided into the Network Overview, Connection Management
Overview, EMS Overview, and a current and historical alarm summary.
Individual charts summarize network status, and allow users to drill down to
find additional detail regarding the displayed data.
• The Network Overview displays NE alarm counts, a status summary,
alarm history, and graphs for Ethernet alarms, fiber status, and
provisioning limitations for Layer 0 connections.
• The Connection Management Overview displays two charts: one counting
in-service Layer 1 connections routed on their preferred, “home” route,
and another counting Layer 1 connections in each of the following states:
Down, Down Disabled, Troubled, Troubled Disabled, and Normal
Disabled. Both charts distinguish between connections in service and
those in provisioning.
• The EMS Overview displays information on the status of associated
element management systems, either Ethernet Services Manager (ESM),
or the integrated Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL. Individual charts show
EMS status, the name and type of associated servers hosting the ESM or
Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL software, and EMS threshold crossing
alerts.
• The Network and EMS Alarm Summary displays alarm counts, divided
into severity, for the entire managed network. Tools allow a user to view
alarm counts for different, recent time intervals to convey alarm trends,
and to enable or disable updates to the displayed information.

The Dashboard display is highly configurable. Each display within the


Dashboard is a separate GUI object that a user can expand, minimize, or
remove to surrender screen space. Users can also drag any of the individual
charts to a new position within the Dashboard. Each display can also be
separately enabled or disabled by configuring client preferences; see “This
configuration of displayed columns, along with column order and width, are
saved to the OneControl server as a user preference associated with the
current user’s login, and are applied to future instances (but not other currently
open instances) of the same table.” on page 3-12. These GUI preferences are
stored on the OneControl server and associated with a specific user account.
As a result, that account’s configured GUI preferences will be reflected in the
Dashboard regardless of the workstation from which the user logs into
OneControl.

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The Network Map


The OneControl GUI includes a network map that displays topology in a way
that facilitates viewing, configuring, and troubleshooting NEs and connections
throughout the managed network. The network map displays all NEs in the
network and the links between them, whether discovered automatically or
added manually by OneControl users. The user can limit displayed links to
only those belonging to one or more specific network layers.

Note: The 61XX series of nodes is an exception; only links involving 6110
and 6130 nodes are displayed on the network map. Links on 6150 nodes
are not displayed.

In addition to displaying NEs and links, the network map represents a group
of related NEs as a single group. Using the network map, users can manually
add, move, or delete NEs, groups, and the links between groups.

Users can also change the background map over which the Network Map
topological display is superimposed.

Figure 3-3
The Network Map

• Graphical Map Area: shows NEs, groups, and links that constitute the
managed network in their topological relationship.
• View/Edit Options: allow the user to change selection tools, zoom and
scale the map view, edit the layout of NEs, groups, and links, refresh the
displayed data, and save updated layouts.

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• Link Layer Display Selection: allows the user to individually enable or


disable the display of the following layers on the Network Map: Photonic,
SONET/SDH, SONET/SDH OSRP, OTN, Ethernet, and Unknown. For
user-created links, the user can specify the associated layer. When the
map is first opened, all layers will be selected by default.
• Search Tool: allows the user to search for an NE, group, or link on the
Network Map by name. Clicking the ellipsis button opens the NE list tab.
• Network Navigator Area: lists all groups on the network map. This
includes the name of the group and the aggregate alarm counts for all
member NEs. Alarm symbols are color-coded as described in “Alarm
indicators” on page 3-10.
• Network-wide Alarm Banner: displays a summary of all alarms of each
severity (critical, major, minor, and warning) for the entire network. The
display further breaks alarms into two groups: New unacknowledged
alarms, and Outstanding alarms (both acknowledged and
unacknowledged).
On the Network Map display, right-clicking an NE, link, or group opens a pop-
up menu from which the user can choose actions with reference to the
selected object. For example, choosing Manage NE List or View Current
Alarms opens the respective displays filtered to show only results pertaining
to the selected NE or group. The same pop-up menu includes an option to
open an NE Manager interface appropriate for the selected NE.

Right-clicking an NE opens a pop-up menu with some selections that are


specific to that NE type. Double-clicking an NE opens the Network Fault tab,
listing all alarms currently associated with the selected NE.

Network map for packet and wavelength service management


When using the packet or wavelength service management features of
OneControl, the GUI displays a version of the network map in the Packet and
Wavelength Service Management tab that features additional panels in the
Network Navigation area:
• Service Provisioning: allows the user to configure Ethernet and
wavelength services.
• Service Restoration: used to restore wavelength services.
• Service Query: allows the use to query services and service
infrastructure in the network.
For more information about these service management panels, see the
OneControl Wavelength Service Management Guide, 450-3201-306, and
OneControl Packet Service Management Guide, 450-3201-307.

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NE and group icons


The shape of each icon on the network map indicates the type of NE the icon
represents, as shown in Table 3-1. Additional icons superimposed on nodes
can indicate that the node in synchronizing, in a partially-synchronized
“suspect” state, contains a service endpoint, or acts as the blocking port in an
Ethernet G.8032 ring, or to indicate endpoint details as shown in Table 3-2.

Table 3-1
NE Icon Types

Icon NE Type Icon NE Type

AMP Transport

Ethernet Drawn Node

Multifunctional Group

Switching Passive Device

Small Transport Unknown

Table 3-2
Additional Icon Types (node status, packet service port types)

Icon Description Icon Description

Annotation present Node is synchronizing


on node

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Table 3-2
Additional Icon Types (node status, packet service port types)

Icon Description Icon Description

The following port icons appear on the network map panel that appears as part
of the Packet Service Management tab.

A packet service The site of multiple


endpoint with no endpoints for a single
Maintenance packet service (here, two
Endpoint (MEP) endpoints); for example, a
configured. protected endpoint.

A packet service A Multi-Chassis LAG (MC-


endpoint with MEP LAG) packet service
configured. endpoint with MEP
This icon is used to configured, and highlighted
represent both a as when selected in the
port and a Link GUI.
Aggregation Group This icon represents a LAG
(LAG) of multiple consisting of associated
ports on the same ports on multiple nodes.
node that function
as though they were
a single port.

Links
Links signify connections between NEs or groups. For automatically
discovered links, the link details are displayed on the link. You can also hover
over a discovered link to see the link details in a popup. Manually drawn links
do not include additional link information.

Whenever there are a configurable number of links between two endpoints (by
default, two or more), those links are automatically collected together into a
“link group”. A Link Group appears on the map as a thicker line than a single
link, and are common between group icons. Clicking a link group opens a
selection list containing all the links in that group.

Layer-0 and layer-2 links on the Network Map are shaded with the color of the
highest-severity alarm currently affecting either end port.

Layer-0 link alarms are summarized on a link group by highlighting the link
group the color of the highest severity link alarm of a link contained within the
link group. If you click the link group to view the contained links, each
contained link is highlighted with the color of its highest severity Layer-0 link
alarm. Right-click a link and select View Current Alarms or View Historical
Alarms to open the Alarms tab and examine the alarms.

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Alarm indicators
On the network map, the NE icon color indicates alarm severities. The icon
background color is that of the highest severity unacknowledged alarm; if
there are no unacknowledged alarms, the icon is green. The icon border color
is that of the highest severity acknowledged or unacknowledged alarm. If an
NE is not the subject of any alarm, both the background and the border are
green in color.

The icon also reports the sum of the counts of the highest severity
acknowledged and unacknowledged alarms, with a plus sign to indicate that
there are also less severe alarms (either acknowledged or unacknowledged).

An alarm balloon displays when an NE has one or more unacknowledged


alarms. The balloon color is that of the highest severity unacknowledged
alarm; the text contains alarm counts. The existence of unacknowledged
alarms of other severity is indicated by a plus sign.

Groups
Groups are user-created objects that help organize NEs in the network map.
Groups can contain other groups. A group is represented on the map by a
distinctive group icon, and in the tree list by a folder icon. A user gives a group
a unique name upon creation.

A group tool tip reports the group name and a set of alarm severity counts
resembling those shown for NEs, except that the group counts are aggregates
of the alarm counts for all of the NEs within the group.

Information pop-ups
A popup appears when hovering over an object on the network map, and stays
visible as long as the mouse is over either the object or the popup.

Annotations
A user can use a pop-up menu to add annotations for a node and group. If an
object has an annotation, a small word balloon icon is displayed on the object.

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Data grids
The OneControl GUI includes several tabs (Alarms, the NE List, and others)
which display data in tables. These tables have several common features
designed to assist users in manipulating and exporting data.

Right-clicking on any row in a table displays a contextual menu whose content


largely depends on the type of underlying object and the set of installed and
licensed OneControl features. Several menu options, however, are common
to all data displayed in tables.

Data copy and export


Right-clicking on any row in a table results in a contextual menu that include
the following options:
• Copy: this option saves the selected rows of data, plus a header row, to
the system clipboard in tab-delimited format.
• Save selected items to CSV and Save selected items as XML: this
option saves the selected rows of data, plus a header row, to a local file in
the client platform’s file system. The format of the saved table is either
comma-separated values (CSV) or Extensible Markup Language (XML).
in either case the user is prompted to select a location to save the file, and
to provide a file name.
By default, the file is saved in the folder My Documents, and is assigned
the file name:
<gridname>_griditems.<filetype>
For example: NEList_gridItems.csv.
• Save table as CSV and Save table as XML: Like the Save selected items
command, but the entire table is exported to the CSV or XML file, not just
the selected rows and a header row.
Showing and hiding columns
Right-clicking in the header row for any table displays a popup which allows a
user to selectively enable or disable each column of the table. Clicking outside
the popup closes the popup and applies the user’s selections. Right-clicking
anywhere outside the popup closes the popup without applying the selections.

Note: Disabled columns are still present in the underlying data, but are
simply not displayed. As a result, sorting based on a given column still
applies even if that column is subsequently disabled; and if then re-
enabled, the sort identifier will still be displayed in the restored column
header.

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This configuration of displayed columns, along with column order and width,
are saved to the OneControl server as a user preference associated with the
current user’s login, and are applied to future instances (but not other currently
open instances) of the same table.

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Compatibilities 4-

This chapter describes the Element Management systems supported by


OneControl Unified Management System Release 6.0 (hereafter
OneControl).

Supported network elements


Network elements supported by OneControl vary based on the set of
supporting network management tools that are licensed and installed, as
described in the following sections.

Supported by Management of CoreStream, Management of 4200, and


Management of CoreDirector and 5400
OneControl’s licensed components Management of CoreStream,
Management of 4200, and Management of CoreDirector and 5400 support
the network elements listed in Table 4-1.
Table 4-1
Nodes supported by Managers of CoreStream/4200/CoreDirector and 5400

Node Releases supported

4200, 4200MC, 8.1, 8.1.1, 8.1.2


and 4200RS

CoreDirector and 6.1.4, 6.1.4.1, 6.2, 6.2.1, 6.2.1.1, 6.2.1.2, 6.2.2, 6.2.2.5, 6.3
CoreDirector CI

5410 TDM 2.1, 2.1.1, 2.2, 2.2.1, 2.2.1.1, 3.0, 3.0.1, 4.0, 4.0.1, 4.0.2, 4.1
(see Note 1)

5430 2.1, 2.1.1, 2.2, 2.2.1, 2.2.1.1, 3.0, 3.0.1, 4.0, 4.0.1, 4.0.2, 4.1
(see Note 1)

CoreStream 9.1

Flex Select 40G 2.2.x

O-APS 1.2.2

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Table 4-1
Nodes supported by Managers of CoreStream/4200/CoreDirector and 5400
(continued)

Node Releases supported

2300 3.4.2

2130 2.3.1

Note 1: Specifically, for 5400 2.2, 2.2.1, and 2.2.1.1, OneControl supports 10GBe
VCAT over SONET and 100GbE VCAT on OSLM-1. Other features unique to 5400
2.2, 2.2.1, and 2.2.1.1 are not supported.
Note 2: 5400 nodes tolerate OC-768/STM-256 client services on OSLM-3 and
TSLM-3 cards.

The network management components that constitute Management of


CoreStream, Management of 4200, and Management of CoreDirector and
5400, as well as the separately licensed SLM and UOG components for use
with OneControl, are equivalent to those released with ON-Center 13.1.

Supported by Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL


OneControl’s integrated Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL and its
subcomponents support the network elements and their software releases
listed in Table 4-2.

Table 4-2
Supported network elements for Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL

Network Release Manager OSP NSV TMF


Element for 6k, OM5k
and CPL

565/5100/5200 10.11 (Yes) Note 1 - Yes (Yes) Note 2

565/5100/5200 11.12 (Yes) Note 1 - Yes (Yes) Note 2

565/5100/5200 11.2 (Yes) Note 1 - Yes (Yes) Note 2

6110 4.1 Yes Yes Yes Yes

6110 5.0.1 Yes (Yes) Note 3 (Yes) Note 3 Yes

6110 5.0.2 Yes (Yes) Note 3 (Yes) Note 3 Yes

6130 4.1 Yes (Yes) Note 4 Yes Yes

6130 5.0.1 Yes (Yes) Note 4 (Yes) Note 5 Yes

6130 5.0.2 Yes (Yes) Note 4 (Yes) Note 5 Yes

6150 2.0.2 Yes (Yes) Note 6 (Yes) Note 7 (Yes) Note 8

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Table 4-2
Supported network elements for Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL (continued)

Network Release Manager OSP NSV TMF


Element for 6k, OM5k
and CPL

6200 1.0 Yes - - Yes

6200 1.0.1 Yes - - Yes

6200 1.1 Yes Yes Note 15 - Yes

6200 2.0 Yes Yes Note 15 - Yes

6200 3.0 Yes Yes Note 15 - Yes

6200 3.1 Yes Yes Note 15 - Yes

6500 (a, b, c, d) 9.2.x Yes Note 10 T Note 9 T Note 9 T Note 10


(See Note 14)

6500 (a, b, c, d) 9.3.x Yes Note 10 T Note 9 T Note 9 T Note 10


(See Note 14)

6500 (a, b, c, d) 10.0 Yes Note 10 T Note 9 T Note 9 T Note 10


(See Note 14)

6500 (a, b, c, d) 10.0.5 Yes Note 10 T Note 9 T Note 9 T Note 10


(See Note 14)

6500 (a, b, c, d) 10.1 Yes Note 10 T Note 9 T Note 9 T Note 10


(See Note 14)

6500 (a, b, c, d) 10.11 Yes Note 10 T Note 9 T Note 9 T Note 10


(See Note 14)

6500 (a, b, c, d) 10.2 Yes Note 10 T Note 9 T Note 9 T Note 10


(See Note 14)

6500 (a, b, c, d) 11.1 Yes Note 10 T Note 9 T Note 9 T Note 10


,
(See Note 14, Note 16
Note 17)

CPL 9.3.x Yes - - Yes

CPL 10.0 Yes - - Yes

CPL 10.05 Yes - - Yes

CPL 10.1 Yes - - Yes

CPL 10.11 Yes - - Yes

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Table 4-2
Supported network elements for Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL (continued)

Network Release Manager OSP NSV TMF


Element for 6k, OM5k
and CPL

CPL 10.2 Yes - - Yes

CPL 11.1 Yes - - Yes

Legend:
Yes: Fully supported
(Yes): Supported with limitations
T: Tolerated only (see notes for details)
- : Not supported

Note 1: These NEs display as “5000” in the Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL GUI.
Note 2: Connection management such as retrieval of PTP and CTP from TMF is not supported.
Note 3: On the 6110 5.0, connection management is not available for Transmux and EoPDH cards.
Note 4: OSP Release 8.1 and later do not support MS-SPRing on 6130 NEs. On the 6110 5.0 NE,
connection management is not available for the Transmux and EoPDH cards.
Note 5: On the 6110 5.0, connection management is not available for the Transmux and EoPDH cards.
Note 6: 6150 SONET-mode NEs are not supported in OSP. OSP will display the 6150 NE name in NE
list, but will not retrieve ports and a user is not able to create, edit, or delete connections. OSP support
is provided for Release 1.x cards, but not for Release 2.x cards or configurations. Also, links on 6150
NEs do not display on the OneControl network map.
Note 7: 6150 SONET-mode NEs are not supported in NSV. NSV will display the 6150 NE name in NE
list, but will not retrieve ports or connections. NSV support is provided for Release 1.x cards, but not
for Release 2.x cards. Also, links on 6150 NEs do not display on the OneControl network map.
Note 8: 4F BLSR configurations are not supported but are tolerated.
Note 9: Can be used with 6500 Releases 8.0, 8.1, 9.0, 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, and 9.3.1. However,
configurations that are newly introduced in those releases may not be recognized, and as a result some
services may not be visualized and/or provisioned correctly.
Note 10: Tolerates 6500 Releases 8.0, 8.1, 9.0, 9.1, 9.2, 9.3, and 9.3.1. That is, can be used with 6500
Network Elements running those software versions. However, configurations that are newly introduced
in those releases may not be recognized, and as a result some connection-related information reported
from TMF may not be accurate. Fault, inventory and PMs are supported.
Note 11: 6500 support for specific connection types is indicated as follows:
(a): includes support for O-shelf.
(b): includes support for SONET/SDH control plane connections.
(c): includes support for OTN non-control plane connections.
(d): includes support for OTN control-plane connections.

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Supported network elements for Manager for 6k, OM5k and CPL (continued)

Network Release Manager OSP NSV TMF


Element for 6k, OM5k
and CPL

Note 12: Starting with 6500 10.05, OneControl adds the following Member Shelf Gateway capabilities
for 6500 management:
• Ability to manage a 6500 TIDc where GNEs can be configured on TIDc Member Shelves, or on the
Primary Shelf, or both.
• Support of Asymmetric RNE list for Private IP DCN.
• Support for in-service editing of GNE Span-Of-Control list.
Note 13: Support for CLI Session to 6500 via the GNE in a Private IP setup
Note 14: The Packet Service Management features of OneControl support the following cards on the
6500: L2MOTR, eMOTR, and OTN Packet Fabric cards, including packet cards (4x10G and 48xGE
PKT I/F) and OTN/hybrid based cards (10x10 Hybrid I/F and 100G hybrid XCIF).
Note 15: OneControl currently supports only unprotected connections for the 6200 with OSP.
Note 16: Includes 6500 T-Series for this release.
Note 17: Includes support for the following pluggable equipmient introduced with the 6500 11.1:
• NTTP06ADGE/FC100/FC200 1000-BaseSX 850nm SFP
• NTTP61CA10/100/1000-BaseT RJ45 SFP
• 160-9108-90010GBASE-R, 1270/1330nm Tx/Rx Bidirectional, 40km SFP+
• 160-9109-90010GBASE-R, 1330/1270nm Tx/Rx Bidirectional, 40km SFP+

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Supported by Ethernet Services Manager (ESM)


For the management of Packet Networking nodes, OneControl Release 6.0
works in conjunction with Ethernet Services Manager (ESM) Release 6.7.

ESM supports the following feature packs when it is used with this release of
OneControl:
• Ring Manager 5.1
• MPLS Manager 5.0
• Integrated Services Management (ISM) 5.3
When associated with an instance of Ethernet Services Manager, OneControl
supports the devices and SAOS software versions shown in Table 4-3.

Table 4-3
Supported network elements for Ethernet Services Manager (ESM)

Node SAOS Version

6.10 6.11 6.13 6.14 6.15 7.1 7.2 8.0 8.2 LEOS
6.10.1 6.11.1 6.13.1 7.3 8.01 8.2.1 4.8
6.10.2 6.12 8.3
8.4

3902 Yes - - - - - - - - -

3903 - - Yes - Yes - - - - -


(Note 3)

3904 - - Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

3905 - - Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

3911 Yes - - - - - - - - -

3916 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

3920 Yes - - - - - - - - -

3930 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

3931 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

3932 - Yes Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

3938 - - Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

3940 Yes Yes - - - - - - - -

3942 - - Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

3960 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

5140 Yes Yes - - - - - - - -

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Supported network elements for Ethernet Services Manager (ESM) (continued)

Node SAOS Version

6.10 6.11 6.13 6.14 6.15 7.1 7.2 8.0 8.2 LEOS
6.10.1 6.11.1 6.13.1 7.3 8.01 8.2.1 4.8
6.10.2 6.12 8.3
8.4

5142 - Yes Yes Yes Yes - - - - -


(Note 4)

5150 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

5160 - Yes Yes Yes Yes - - - - -

5305 - - - - - Yes - - - -

5410 - - - - - - Yes - - -

8500 - - - - - - - Yes - -

8700 - - - - - - - - Yes -

LE-311v - - - - - - - - - Yes

Note 1: OneControl is able to enrol and synchronize with the 8500, and displays alarm data for the
node. However no service provisioning is supported for the 8500 in this release of OneControl.
Note 2: ISM 5.1.2 supports 8700 nodes only to SAOS 8.2.
Note 3: 3903 support Includes the 3903x variant
Note 4: 5142 support includes the 5142s variant.

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Equipment supported by Packet Service Management


OneControl supports packet service management on the CES devices listed
in Table 4-3 on page 4-6, and on the following node/facility combinations:
• 5400 nodes with one or more ESLM-Flex-100G cards (with software
versions 4.0, 4.02, 4.1)
• 6500 nodes with:
— L2 MOTR 2xXFP/10xSFP circuit pack (NTK531VAE5)
— eMOTR 4xXFP/8xSFP+ and eMOTR 4xXFP/8xSFP+/32xSFP circuit
packs (NTK536AA, NTK536AB, NTK536FA, and NTK536FB)
— The following Packet OTN cards:
– PKT I/F GE 48xSFP circuit pack (NTK642AA)
– PKT/OTN I/F 100G 10xXFP circuit pack (NTK667AA)
– PKT/OTN XC I/F 100G circuit packs (NTK665AA)
– X-Conn 1200G PKT/OTN Type 2 (NTK615BA)
– X-Conn 3200G PKT/OTN Type 2 (NTK616BA)
• 8700 nodes with:
— the CSLM-200-2 2x100G coherent card for SAOS 8.3+
— the PSLM-200-11 hybrid card for SAOS 8.4

For details of support for different packet infrastructure and packet services,
see the OneControl Packet Service Management Guide, 450-3201-307.

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Equipment supported by Wavelength Service Management


This section includes:
• “Network element software” on page 4-9
• “10G” on page 4-11
• “40G” on page 4-17
• “100G” on page 4-20

Network element software


Table 4-4 on page 4-9 describes the network element software releases
supported by OneControl Release 6.0 for Wavelength Service Management
(WSM).

Table 4-4
Network element software releases supported by WSM

Release Photonics Transponder Provisioning Troubleshooting Restoration


Cards

6500 9.0 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6500 9.0.5 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6500 9.1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6500 9.2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6500 9.3 Note 1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6500 10.0 Note 2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6500 10.1 Note 2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6500 10.2 Note 2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

6500 11.1 Note 2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

CPL 4.0x Yes - Yes Yes Yes

CPL 4.1x Yes - Yes Yes Yes

CPL 4.2 Yes - Yes Yes Yes

CPL 5.0 Yes - Yes Yes Yes

CPL 9.2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

CPL 9.3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

5400 3.0 - Yes Yes Yes Yes

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Network element software releases supported by WSM (continued)

Release Photonics Transponder Provisioning Troubleshooting Restoration


Cards

5400 4.0 - Yes Yes Yes Yes

8700 8.4 - Yes - Yes Yes

Note 1: DOC is disabled on SLTE nodes. Only visualization and troubleshooting are supported.
Note 2: If DOC is disabled on SLTE nodes, only visualization and troubleshooting are supported. If
DOC is enabled on SLTE nodes, visualization, troubleshooting, provisioning and restoration are
supported.

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10G
This section describes the 10G equipment and facility options supported by
WSM:
• “6500 10G broadband regen-capable” on page 4-11
• “6500 10G broadband line-to-line” on page 4-12
• “6500 10G POTS line-to-line” on page 4-16
• “5400 10G line-to-line” on page 4-17

6500 10G broadband regen-capable


The following table describes the 6500 10G broadband regen-capable
equipment supported by WSM.

Table 4-5
6500 10G broadband regen-capable equipment supported by WSM
Broadband Equipment XFP Equipment Client Facility

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping FEA


Rate

E10GELWT NTK530AB P10GEL NTTP81AA ETH10G 2 11G09 PROP237 YES


NTK530BB
NTK530BY P10GSEL NTTP80DA ETH10G 2 11G09 PROP237 YES
NTK530CB/
P10GSOEL NTTP84BA ETH10G 2 11G09 PROP237 YES
Submarine
NTTP84AA

PXFP NTK583AA ETH10G 2 YES


NTK583AB
NTK583AC
NTK587EA-
EY
NTK587FA-
FY
NTK587GA-
GY
NTK587HA-
HS

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6500 10G broadband regen-capable equipment supported by WSM (continued)
Broadband Equipment XFP Equipment Client Facility

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping FEA


Rate

E10GOTN NTK530AC P10GSOEL NTTP84BA OTM2 2 10G709 N/A YES


WT NTK530BC NTTP84AA
NTK530CC/
Submarine PXFP NTK583AA OTM2 2 10G709 YES
NTK583AB
NTK583AC
NTK587EA-
EY
NTK587FA-
FY
NTK587GA-
GY
NTK587HA-
HS
NTK588AA-
DU
NTK589AA-
NQ
NTK589PR-
PX

6500 10G broadband line-to-line


The following table describes the 6500 10G broadband line-to-line equipment
supported by WSM.

Table 4-6
6500 10G broadband line-to-line equipment supported by WSM
Broadband Equipment DWDM Equipment Line Facility

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU


Rate

E10G NTK530AB P10G NTK587AA- ETH10G 2


ELWT NTK530BB SOEL DS
NTK530BY
NTK530CB
(Submarine)

E10G NTK530AC P10G NTK587AA- OTM2 2


OTNWT NTK530BC SOEL DS
NTK530CC
(Submarine)

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6500 10G broadband line-to-line equipment supported by WSM (continued)
Broadband Equipment DWDM Equipment Line Facility

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU


Rate

E10GWT NTK530AA P10G NTK587AA- OC192 2


NTK530BA SOEL DS
NTK530BX
NTK530CA

E4X10G NTK530QA PXFP NTK583AA OTM2 1-8 10G709


OTR NTK530QE NTK583AB
NTK530QM NTK588AE_
DU
NTK589AA_
MA
NTK589PR
_PX
NTK589NA-
NQ
NTK589PA_
PQ
NTK589PD
_PP
NTK587EA_
HS

NTK583AB OC192 1-8 10G709

STM64 1-8 10G709

P10G NTK587AA- OC192 1-8


SOEL DS
STM64 1-8

OTM2 1-8

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6500 10G broadband line-to-line equipment supported by WSM (continued)
Broadband Equipment DWDM Equipment Line Facility

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU


Rate

E2X10G NTK530PA PXFP NTK583AA OTM2 1-8 10G709


OTR NTK530PG NTK583AB
NTK530PM NTK588AE_
DU
NTK589AA_
MA
NTK589PR
_PX
NTK589NA-
NQ
NTK589PA_
PQ
NTK589PD
_PP
NTK587EA_
HS

NTK583AB OC192 1-8 10G709

STM64 1-8 10G709

P10G NTK587AA- OC192 1-8


SOEL DS
STM64 1-8

OTM2 1-8

E100G NTK529BB PXFP NTK589XX OTM2 1-10 10G709


MUX NTK529BX NTK588AA- 11G05
DU 11G09
11G27

NTK583AA ETH10G 1-10 11G09


NTK583AB 11G05
NTK583AC 11G709
NTK587EA-
EY
NTK587FA-
FY
NTK587GA-
GY
NTK587HA-
HS

P10G NTK587AA- ETH10G 1-10


SOEL DS
OC912 1-10

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6500 10G broadband line-to-line equipment supported by WSM (continued)
Broadband Equipment DWDM Equipment Line Facility

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU


Rate

E100G NTK529BB P10G NTK587AA- STM64 1-10


MUX NTK529BX SOEL DS
OTM2 1-10

E40GMUX NTK525CA PXFP NTK583AA ETH10G 1-4 11G09


NTK583AB 11G05
NTK583AC 11G709
NTK587EA-
EY OC192 1-4 10G709
NTK587FA-
STM64 1-4 10G709
FY
NTK587GA- OTM2 1-4 10G709
GY 11G05
NTK587HA- 11G09
HU

NTK589XX OTM2 1-4 10G709


11G05
11G09

NTK525CF PXFP NTK583AA ETH10G 1-4 11G09


NTK583AB 11G05
NTK583AC 11G709
NTK587EA-
EY OC192 1-4 10G709
NTK587FA-
STM64 1-4 10G709
FY
NTK587GA- OTM2 1-4 10G709
GY 11G05
NTK587HA- 11G09
HS

NTK589XX OTM2 1-4 10G709


NTK588AA- 11G05
DU 11G09

NTK525CA P10G NTK587AA- ETH10G 1-4


NTK525CF SOEL DS
OC192 1-4

STM64 1-4

OTM2 1-4

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6500 10G POTS line-to-line


The following table describes the 6500 10G POTS line-to-line equipment
supported by WSM.

Table 4-7
6500 10G POTS line-to-line equipment supported by WSM
POTS Equipment DWDM Equipment Line Facility

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU


Rate

PKTOTN NTK667AA P10G NTK587AA- ETH10G 1-10 N/A


SOEL DS
OC192 1-10 N/A

STM64 1-10 N/A

OTU2 1-10 N/A

OTU2e 1-10 N/A

PXFP NTK587EA- ETH10G 1-10 N/A


HS
NTK583AA OC192 1-10 N/A
NTK583AB
STM64 1-10 N/A
NTK589x
OTU2 1-10 N/A

OTU2e 1-10 N/A

40GMUX NTK525CF P10G NTK587AA- ETH10G 1-4 N/A


SOEL DS
NTK587EA- OC192 1-4 N/A
HS
STM64 1-4 N/A
NTK583AA
NTK583AB OTU2 1-4 N/A
NTK589x
OTU2e 1-4 N/A

PXFP NTK587EA- ETH10G 1-4 N/A


HS
NTK583AA OC192 1-4 N/A
NTK583AB
STM64 1-4 N/A
NTK589x
OTU2 1-4 N/A

OTU2e 1-4 N/A

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5400 10G line-to-line


The following table describes the 5400 10G line-to-line equipment supported
by WSM.

Table 4-8
5400 10G broadband equipment supported by WSM
Card Part # XFP Support Line ports Port Group Modes Pluggables

TSLM-12 134-5450-900 yes 12 1x10G_CBR, 1x10G_OTN, 160-9002-900


1x10G_OTN_Mode1, compatible with
1x10G_OTN_SONET_SDH, 6500 NTK583AA
1x10G_SONET_SDH, 160-9004-900
1x10GbE, compatible with
1x10GbE_SONET_SDH 6500 NTK583AB

OSLM-12 134-5480-900 yes 12 1x10G_CBR, 160-9002-900


1x10G_OTN- PT20, compatible with
1x10G_OTN_Mode1, 6500 NTK583AA
1x10GbE

MSLM-12 134-5463-900 yes 12 1x10G_CBR, 1x10G_OTN, 160-9002-900


1x10G_OTN_Mode1, compatible with
1x10G_OTN_SONET_SDH, 6500 NTK583AA
1x10G_SONET_SDH, 160-9004-900
1x10GbE, compatible with
1x10GbE_SONET_SDH 6500 NTK583AB

SSLM-12 134-5490-900 yes 12 1x10G_OTN_SONET_SDH, 160-9002-900


1x10G_SONET_SDH, compatible with
1x10GbE_SONET_SDH 6500 NTK583AA
160-9004-900
compatible with
6500 NTK583AB

40G
This section describes the 40G equipment and facility options supported by
WSM:
• “6500 40G broadband” on page 4-18
• “6500 40G POTS line-to-line” on page 4-19
• “5400 40G line-to-line” on page 4-20

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6500 40G broadband


The following table describes the 6500 40G broadband equipment supported
by WSM.

Table 4-9
6500 40G broadband equipment supported by WSM
OCLD Equipment Broadband Equipment Client Facility Access
Path

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping FEA REGEN
Rate

E40GOCLD Only YES


Colored:
NTK539PA
NTK539PB
NTK539PC
NTK539PD
NTK539PE/
Submarine
NTK539PF
Colored &
Colorless:
NTK539RA
NTK539RB
NTK539RC
NTK539RD
NTK539RE/
Submarine

E40G Only YES


UOCLD Colored
NTK539XA
NTK539XE/
Submarine

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6500 40G POTS line-to-line


The following table describes the 6500 40G POTS line-to-line equipment
supported by WSM.

Table 4-10
6500 40G POTS line-to-line equipment supported by WSM
OCLD Equipment Broadband Equipment Client Facility Access
Path

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping FEA REGEN
Rate

E40GOCLD Only NO
Colored:
NTK539PA
NTK539PB
NTK539PC
NTK539PD
NTK539PE/
Submarine
NTK539PF
Colored &
Colorless:
NTK539RA
NTK539RB
NTK539RC
NTK539RD
NTK539RE/
Submarine

E40G Only NO
UOCLD Colored
NTK539XA
NTK539XE/
Submarine

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5400 40G line-to-line


The following table describes the 5400 40G line-to-line equipment supported
by WSM.

Table 4-11
5400 40G line-to-line equipment supported by WSM
Card Part # XFP Support Line ports Port Group Modes Pluggables

MSLM- 134-5465-900 no 2 1x40G_OTN_P (with OTU3+; N/A


40G-ULH (ULH) compatible integrated ODUk or ODUj switching)
with 6500 optics
NTK539PA

TSLM-2D 134-5455-900 no 2 1x10G_CBR, N/A


(Regional) integrated 1x10G_OTN- PT20,
compatible with optics 1x10G_OTN_Mode1,
6500 NTK539PC 1x10GbE

134-5455-901 no 2 1x10G_CBR, N/A


(Enh PMD) integrated 1x10G_OTN- PT20,
compatible with optics 1x10G_OTN_Mode1,
6500 NTK539PA 1x10GbE

134-5456-900 no 2 1x10G_CBR, N/A


(Colourless integrated 1x10G_OTN- PT20,
Regional) optics 1x10G_OTN_Mode1,
compatible with 1x10GbE
6500 NTK539RC

134-5456-901 no 2 1x10G_CBR, N/A


(Colourless Enh integrated 1x10G_OTN- PT20,
PMD) compatible optics 1x10G_OTN_Mode1,
with 6500 1x10GbE
NTK539RA

100G
This section describes the 100G equipment and facility options supported by
WSM:
• “6500 100G broadband” on page 4-21
• “6500 100G POTS line-to-line” on page 4-22
• “5400 100G line-to-line” on page 4-23

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6500 100G broadband


The following table describes the 6500 100G broadband equipment
supported by WSM.

Table 4-12
6500 100G broadband equipment supported by WSM
OCLD Equipment XFP Equipment Line Facility Access
Path

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping FEA REGEN
Rate

E100G Only YES


OCLD Colored:
NTK539TA
NTK539TB
NTK539TC
NTK539TD
NTK539TE/
Submarine
WL2:
NTK539TJ
NTK539TK
NTK539TL
NTK539TM
NTK539TN/
Submarine
Colored &
Colorless
WL3:
NTK539UA
NTK539UB
NTK539UC
NTK539UD
NTK539UE/
Submarine
NTK539UH
NTK539UN
NTK539UX
Colored &
Colorless
Flex2:
NTK539BB
NTK539BE/
Submarine
NTK539BH

OTR NTK538UJ OTM4 1 112G N/A


NTK538UK
NTK538UL
NTK538UM
NTK538UN

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6500 100G broadband equipment supported by WSM (continued)
OCLD Equipment XFP Equipment Line Facility Access
Path

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping FEA REGEN
Rate

MOTR NTK538BK OTM4 1 112G N/A


NTK538BL
NTK538BM

6500 100G POTS line-to-line


The following table describes the 6500 100G POTS line-to-line equipment
supported by WSM.

Table 4-13
6500 100G POTS line-to-line equipment supported by WSM
OCLD Equipment XFP Equipment Line Facility Access
Path

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping FEA REGEN
Rate

E100G Only YES


OCLD Colored:
NTK539TA
NTK539TB
NTK539TC
NTK539TD
NTK539TE/
Submarine
WL2:
NTK539TJ
NTK539TK
NTK539TL
NTK539TM
NTK539TN/
Submarine
Colored &
Colorless
WL3:
NTK539UA
NTK539UB
NTK539UC
NTK539UD
NTK539UE/
Submarine
NTK539UH
NTK539UN
NTK539UX

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6500 100G POTS line-to-line equipment supported by WSM (continued)
OCLD Equipment XFP Equipment Line Facility Access
Path

Type PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping FEA REGEN
Rate

E100G Colored & YES


OCLD Colorless
Flex2:
NTK539BB
NTK539BE/
Submarine
NTK539BH

5400 100G line-to-line


The following table describes the 5400 100G line-to-line equipment supported
by WSM.

Table 4-14
5400 100G broadband equipment supported by WSM
Card Part # XFP Support Line ports Port Group Modes Pluggables

TSLM-1D- 134-5468-900 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


WL3 (Regional) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
6500 NTK539UC

134-5468-901 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


(Premium) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
6500 NTK539UH

134-5468-903 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


(Enh PMD) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
6500 NTK539UA

134-5468-904 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


(Metro) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
6500 NTK539UD

134-5468-905 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


(Submarine) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
6500 NTK539UE

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Table 4-14
5400 100G broadband equipment supported by WSM (continued)
Card Part # XFP Support Line ports Port Group Modes Pluggables

OSLM-1D- 134-5466-900 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


WL3 (Regional) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
6500 NTK539UC

134-5466-901 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


(Premium) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
6500 NTK539UH

134-5466-903 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


(Enh PMD) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
6500 NTK539UA

134-5466-904 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


(Metro) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
6500 NTK539UD

134-5466-905 no 1 1x100G_OTN_Mode1 (with N/A


(Submarine) integrated flat mapped ODUj; ODUk or
compatible with optics ODUj switching)
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Equipment supported by OTN


The following equipment is supported for OTN in this release of OneControl.

This section includes:


• “6500 equipment supported for OTN” on page 4-25
• “5400 equipment supported for OTN” on page 4-48

6500 equipment supported for OTN


OneControl supports the provisioning of OTN OSRP SNCs which source
traffic from, and/or drop traffic to the interfaces described in the following
tables:
• Table 4-15 on page 4-25, “6500 10G - Equipment and facilities supported
for OTN”
• Table 4-16 on page 4-29, “6500 40G - Equipment and facilities supported
for OTN”
• Table 4-17 on page 4-32, “6500 100G - Equipment and facilities supported
for OTN”
• Table 4-18 on page 4-36, “6500 OTSC - Equipment and facilities
supported for OTN”
• Table 4-19 on page 4-42, “6500 MOTR and OTNFLEX - Equipment and
facilities supported for OTN”
• Table 4-20 on page 4-48, “ 6500 OPS, TPT, and 40G - Equipment and
facilities supporting OTN”

The following 10G configurations are supported.

Table 4-15
6500 10G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN

Equipment XFP Equipment Client Client Facility Options


Facility

Type Protection PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
10GWT OPS, TPT NTK530AA No OTU2 1 10G709
NTK530BA pluggable
required
NTK530CA
NTK530BX P10GSEL OC192/ 2
STM-64

P10GSOEL OC192/ 2
STM-64

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Table 4-15
6500 10G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equipment Client Client Facility Options


Facility

Type Protection PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
10GELWT OPS NTK530AB No OTU2 1 11G09
NTK530BB pluggable
required
NTK530CB
NTK530BY P10GEL ETH10G 2 PROP237

P10GSEL ETH10G 2 PROP237

P10GSOEL ETH10G 2 PROP237

10GOTNWT NTK530AC No OTU2 1 10G709


NTK530BC pluggable
required
NTK530CC
PXFP OTU2 2 10G709

P10GSOEL OTU2 2 10G709

10GOTR OPS NTK530MA No OTU2 1 10G709


pluggable 11G09
required

P10GEL ETH10G 2 GFPSTD


PROP237
GFPMACTR

P10GSEL ETH10G 2 GFPSTD


PROP237
GFPMACTR

OC192/ 2
STM-64

P10GSOEL ETH10G 2 GFPSTD


PROP237
GFPMACTR

OC192/ 2
STM-64

OTU2 2 10G709

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Table 4-15
6500 10G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equipment Client Client Facility Options


Facility

Type Protection PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
10GOTSC OPS NTK528AA No OTU2 1 10G709
pluggable 11G05
required
11G09
11G27

P10GEL ETH10G 2 GFPSTD


PROP237
PROP238
GFPMACTR

P10GSEL ETH10G 2 GFPSTD


PROP237’
PROP238
GFPMACTR

OC192/ 2
STM-64

10GOTSC OPS NTK528AA P10GSOEL ETH10G 2 GFPSTD


(continued) PROP237
PROP238
GFPMACTR

OC192/ 2
STM-64

OTU2 2 10G709

FC1200 2

PXFP OTU2 2 10G709

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Table 4-15
6500 10G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equipment Client Client Facility Options


Facility

Type Protection PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
PKTOTN NTK667AA PXFP ETH10G
NTK627AA P10GSOEL
NTK642AA OC192/
STM-64

OTU2
OTU2E

P10GEL ETH10G

P10GSEL ETH10G

OC192/
STM-64

OTU2

Note: Only OTUk facilities are supported as line ports.

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The following 6500 40G configurations are supported.

Table 4-16
6500 40G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN

Equipment XFP Equipment Client Client Facility Options


Facility

Type Protection PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
40GOCLD OPS NTK539PA No OTU3 1 44G5
SNCP NTK539PB pluggable OTU3E2
required
TPT NTK539PC
NTK539PD
NTK539PE
NTK539PF
NTK539PP
NTK539PU
NTK539PQ
NTK539PR
NTK539PS
NTK539PT
NTK539PU
NTK539QJ
NTK539QK
NTK539QL
NTK539QM
NTK539QN
NTK539QS
NTK539QV
NTK539QW
NTK539RA
NTK539RB
NTK539RC
NTK539RD
NTK539RE
NTK539RF
NTK539XA
NTK539XE

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Table 4-16
6500 40G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equipment Client Client Facility Options


Facility

Type Protection PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
40GOCI OPS NTK529SA No OC768/ 1 44G5
SNCP NTK529SD pluggable STM-256
required
TPT OTU3 1 43G018

NTK529SJ OME-100G- OC768/ 1 44G5


CFP STM-256

ETH40G 1 44G5

OTU3 1 43G018

40GMUX OPS NTK525CA PXFP OTU2 1-4 10G709


SNCP NTK525CF OTU2ES 11G05
TPT 11G09

ETH10G 1-4 10G709 GFPSTD


11G05 PROP237
11G09 PROP238
GFPMACTR
GFPMACO-
STR
Note1

OC192/ 1-4 10G709


STM-64

FC1200 1-4

P10GEL ETH10G 1-4 As PXFP


ETH10G

P10GSEL ETH10G 1-4 As PXFP


ETH10G

OC192/ 1-4 10G709


STM-64

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Table 4-16
6500 40G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equipment Client Client Facility Options


Facility

Type Protection PEC Type PEC Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate

40GMUX P10GSOEL OC192/ 1-4 10G709


(continued) STM-64

OTU2 1-4 10G709


OTU2ES 11G05
11G09

ETH10G 1-4 As PXFP


ETH10G

FC800 1-4

FC1200 1-4

Note 1: NTK525CA supports above mapping except GFPMACOSTR.


Note 2: Only OTUk facilities are supported as line ports.
Note 3: Mapping modes GFPMACTR and PROP237 are not supported on NTK525CF card in POTS
mode.
Note 4: For 40GMUX, only NTK525CF card can mate with 40G OTNXCIF in POTS mode (Switching).
Note 5: SNCP is only valid when a card is in switching mode (mated with 40G OTNXCIF).
Note 6: TPT connections are possible only for the following scenarios:

4x10G OCI MUX TPT


4x10G MUX OCI (NTK525CF, only)
40G QPSK OCLD (NTK539Px, Both C-Band or L -band)

40G OCI tri rate TPT


40G tri-rate OCI NTK529SJ
40G tri-rate OCLD NTK539PA
And CFP used on 40GOCI is NTTA11AA, NTTA11BA , NTTA12BA, or NTTA13EE.

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The following 6500 100G configurations are supported.

Table 4-17
6500 100G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protec- PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


tion Rate
100GMUX OPS NTK529BA PSFP ETH10G 1-10 11G09 PROP237
OTU2

100GMUX OPS NTK529BA P10GEL ETH10G 1-10 10G709 GFPSTD


(continued) NTK529BB 11G05 PROP237
NTK529BX 11G09 PROP238
NTK529BZ GFPMACTR
GFPMACO-STR

P10GSEL ETH10G 1-10 10G709 GFPSTD


11G05 PROP237
11G09 PROP238
GFPMACTR
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/STM-64 1-10 10G709

P10GSOEL ETH10G 1-10 10G709 GFPSTD


11G05 PROP237
11G09 PROP238
GFPMACTR
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/STM-64 1-10 10G709

OTU2 1-10 10G709


OTU2E 11G05
11G09

FC800 1-10
FC1200

PXFP ETH10G 1-10 10G709 GFPSTD


11G05 PROP237
11G09 PROP238
GFPMACTR
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/STM-64 1-10 10G709

FC800 1-10
FC1200

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Table 4-17
6500 100G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protec- PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


tion Rate
100GMUX OPS, NTK529BB PXFP OTU2 1-10 10G709
TPT NTK529BX OTU2E 11G05
(See 11G09
Note 2)

100GOCI OPS, NTK529AA PCFP ETH10G 1-10 112G


TPT
NTK529AB PCFP ETH10G 1-10 112G
(See
Note 3) NTK529AC
OTU4 1-10 112G

100GOCLD OPS NTK539TA No pluggable OTU4 1-10 112G


through TE required
NTK539AB
NTK539AE
NTK539AH
NTK539AJ
NTK539BB
NTK539BE
NTK539BH
NTK539BN
NTK539UA
through UE
NTK539UH
NTK539UX
NTK539UY
NTK539WB
through WE
NTK539WH
NTK539QJ
through QL
NTK539QG
NTK539QM
NTK539QN
NTK539QE
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Table 4-17
6500 100G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protec- PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


tion Rate
100G MUX OPS NTK529EA PSFP ETH 10G 1-2 10G709 GFPSTD
11G09 PROP237
10G709 GFPMACOSTR

PQSFP 4x ETH10G 3-1, 3- 10G709 GFPSTD


2, 3-3, 11G09 PROP237
3-4
10G709 GFPMACOSTR
and
4-1, 4-
2, 4-3,
4-4

ETH40G 3-4 44G5 G.709GMP

100G OTR NTK538UJ No Pluggable ETH100G 2 ODU4 GMP


NTK538UK Required or
NTK538UL OTU4
NTK538UM
NTK538UN

100G WL3 NTK539QS


OCLD with NTK539QV
Encryption

100G PKT/ NTK665AA OTU4


OTN XCIF

10x10G NTK667AB OC192/STM4


PKT/OTN 10GbE
OTU2, OTU2E

1x100G, NTK668AB 40GbE 1, 2


2x40G PKT/ OTU3
OTN I/F
100GbE 3
OTU4

100G WL3i NTK669AJ OTU0


PKT/OTN NTK669AK OTU1
I/F NTK669AL OTU2, OTU2E
NTK669AM OTU3
OTU4

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Table 4-17
6500 100G - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protec- PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


tion Rate
2x100G NTK760MJ OTU4
WL3n PKT/ NTK760MK
OTN I/F NTK760ML
NTK760MM

20x10G NTK760AA OC192/STM-64


SFP+ PKT/ ETH10G
OTN I/F OTU0
OTU1
OTU2
OTU2E

2x100G NTK760BA 100GbE


CFP2 PKT/ OTU1
OTN I/F OTU2, OTU2E
OTU3
OTU4

Note 1: Only OTUk facilities are supported as line ports.


Note 2: 10x10G (NTK529BBE5) supports TPT with 100G OCLD in QPSK mode only.
Note 3: 100G OCI (NTK529AC) supports TPT with 100G OCLD in QPSK mode only.

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The following 6500 OTSC configurations are supported.

Table 4-18
6500 OTSC - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN

Equipment XFP Equip- Client Client Facility Options


ment Facility

Type Protec PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


-tion Rate
2x10GOTR OPS NTK530PA PXFP ETH10G 1-4 10G709 PROP237
NTK530PG 11G05 PROP238
11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACTR

OTU2 1-4 10G709


OTU2E 11G05
OTU2ES
11G09

OC192/ 1-4
STM-64

P10GEL ETH10G 1-4 10G709 PROP237


11G05 PROP238
11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACTR

P10GSOEL ETH10G 1-4 10G709 PROP237


11G05 PROP238
11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACTR

OC192/ 1-4
STM-64

OTU2 1-4 10G709


11G05
11G09

P10GSEL ETH10G 1-4 10G709 PROP237


11G05 PROP238
11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACTR

OC192/ 1-4
STM-64

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Table 4-18
6500 OTSC - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equip- Client Client Facility Options


ment Facility

Type Protec PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


-tion Rate
2x10GOTR OPS NTK530PM P10GEL ETH10G 1-4 10G709 PROP237
11G05 PROP238
11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACTR
GFPMACO-STR

P10GSEL ETH10G 1-4 10G709 PROP237


11G05 PROP238
11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACTR
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/ 1-4
STM-64

P10GSOEL ETH10G 1-4 10G709 PROP237


11G05 PROP238
11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACTR
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/ 1-4
STM-64

FC800 1-4
FC1200

OTU2 1-4 10G709


OTU2E 11G05
OTU2ES
11G09

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Table 4-18
6500 OTSC - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equip- Client Client Facility Options


ment Facility

Type Protec PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


-tion Rate
2x10GOTR OPS NTK530PG PXFP ETH10G 1-4 10G709 PROP237
(continued) NTK530PM 11G05 PROP238
(continued) 11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACTR
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/ 1-4
STM-64
OTU2 1-4 10G709
OTU2E 11G05
OTU2ES
11G09

FC800 1-4
FC1200

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Table 4-18
6500 OTSC - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equip- Client Client Facility Options


ment Facility

Type Protec PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


-tion Rate
4x10GOTR OPS NTK530QA PSFP ETH10G 1-4 10G709 PROP237
TPT NTK530QM 11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/ 1-4
STM-64

FC400 1-4
FC800

FICON4G 1-4
FICON8G

P10GSEL ETH10G 5-8 10G709 PROP237


11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/ 5-8
STM-64

P10GSOEL ETH10G 5-8 10G709 PROP237


11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACO-STR

OTU2 5-8 10G709


OTU2E 11G09
OTU2ES

FC800 5-8
FC1200

FICON8G 5-8

PXFP ETH10G 5-8 10G709 PROP237


11G09 GFPSTD
GFPMACO-STR

OTU2 5-8 10G709


OTU2E 11G09
OTU2ES

PCFC400 FC400 5-8

P10GEL ETH10G 5-8

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6500 OTSC - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equip- Client Client Facility Options


ment Facility

Type Protec PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


-tion Rate
4x10GOTR OPS NTK530QE PSFP ETH10G 1-4
(continued)
OC192/ 1-4
STM-64

OTU2 1-4

FC400 1-4
FC800

FICON4G 1-4
FICON8G

PFC400 FC400 5-8


FICON4G

PXFP OTU2 5-8


OTU2ES

P10GSEL OTU2 5-8

OTU2ES 5-8

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Table 4-18
6500 OTSC - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Equip- Client Client Facility Options


ment Facility

Type Protec PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


-tion Rate
4x10GOTR OPS NTK530QM P10GSEL ETH10G 1-8 10G709 PROP237
11G09 PROP238
GFPSTD
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/ 1-8
STM-64

P10GSOEL ETH10G 1-8 10G709 PROP237


11G09 PROP238
GFPSTD
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/ 1-8
STM-64

OTU2 1-8 10G709


11G09

PXFP ETH10G 1-8 10G709 PROP237


11G09 PROP238
GFPSTD
GFPMACO-STR

OC192/ 1-8
STM-64

OTU2 1-8 10G709


11G09

Note 1: Only OTUk facilities are supported as line ports.


Note 2: For NTK530PA, NTK530PG, and NTK530PM, ports 1 and 3 are line ports.
Note 3: For NTK530QA, and NTK530QM, ports 5, 6, 7, and 8 are line ports.

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The following 6500 MOTR and OTNFLEX configurations are supported.

Table 4-19
6500 MOTR and OTNFLEX - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protection PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
2G5MOTR OPS NTK530NA PXFP OTU2 1 10G709
(Note 2) NTK530NC
P10GSOEL OTU2 1 10G709

PSFP OC48/STM-16 2-5

P2G5 OC48/STM-16 2-5

PCWDMS OC48/STM-16 2-5

NTK530NC PSFP OTU1 2-5 2G7

OTNF TPT NTK532BA P155M OC3/STM-1 1-8


MOTR OPS
P622M OC12/STM-4 1-8

P155622M OC3/STM-1 1-8


OC12/STM-4

P2G5 OC48/STM-16 1-8

PCWDMS OC3/STM-1 1-8


OC12/STM-4
OC48/STM-16

PGEFC 1000 1-8


BASEX

FC100 1-8

FICON 1-8

PGE 1000 1-8


BASEX
1000
BASET

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Table 4-19
6500 MOTR and OTNFLEX - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protection PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
OTNF TPT NTK532BA PGEFC200 1000 1-8
MOTR OPS (continued) BASEX
(continued)
FC100 1-8
FC200

FICON 1-8

PFC400 FC100 1-8


FC200
FC400

FICON 1-8

PSFP OC3/STM-1 1-8


OC12/STM-4
OC48/STM-16

1000 1-8
BASEX

OTU1 1-8

FC100 1-8
FC200

FICON 1-8

NTK532DA PXFP OTU2 1 10G708


NTK532DE
P10GSOEL OTU2 1 10G709

P155M OC3/STM-1 2-9 10G709

P622M OC12/STM-4 2-9

P155622M OC3/STM-1 2-9


OC12/STM-4

P2G5 OC48/STM-16 2-9

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6500 MOTR and OTNFLEX - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protection PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
OTNF TPT PCWDMS OC3/STM-1 2-9
MOTR OPS OC12/STM-4
(continued)
OC48/STM-16

PGEFC 1000 2-9


BASEX

FC100 2-9

FICON 2-9

PGE 1000 2-9


BASEX
1000
BASET

PGEFC200 1000 2-9


BASEX

FC100 2-9
FC200

FICON 2-9

PFC400 FC100 2-9


(see FC200
Note 3) FC400

FICON 2-9

PSFP OC3/STM-1 2-9


(see OC12/STM-4
Note 3) OC48/STM-16

1000 2-9
BASEX

OTU1 2-9

FC100 2-9
FC200
FC400

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Table 4-19
6500 MOTR and OTNFLEX - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protection PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
OTNFLEX SNCP NTK622AA P155M OC3/STM-1 1-16 10G709
OPS
P622M OC12/STM-4 1-16

P155622M OC3/STM-1 1-16


OC12/STM-4

P2G5 OC48/STM-16 1-16

PCWDMS OC3/STM-1 1-16


OC12/STM-4
OC48/STM-16

PGEFC ETH1G 1-16

FC100 1-16

PGE ETH1G 1-16

PGEFC200 ETH1G 1-16

FC100 1-16

FC200 1-16

PSFP OC3/STM-1 1-16


OC12/STM-4
OC48/STM-16

ETH1G 1-16

OTU1 1-16

FC100 1-16

FC200 1-16

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Table 4-19
6500 MOTR and OTNFLEX - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protection PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
SPOTNF TPT NTK503NA P155M OC3/STM-1 1-8 10G709
MOTR OPS NTK503MA
P622M OC12/STM-4 1-8

P155622M OC3/STM-1 1-8


OC12/STM-4

P2G5 OC48/STM-16 1-8

FC100 1-8

PCWDMS OC3/STM-1 1-8


OC12/STM-4
OC48/STM-16

PGEFC 1000 1-8


BASEX

PGE 1000 1-8


BASEX
1000
BASET

PGEFC200 1000 1-8


BASEX

FC100 1-8
FC200

PFC400 FC100 1-8


FC200
FC400

SPOTNF PSFP OC3/STM-1 1-8


MOTR OC12/STM-4
(continued) OC48/STM-16

1000 1-8
BASEX

OTU1 1-8

FC100 1-8
FC200

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Table 4-19
6500 MOTR and OTNFLEX - Equipment and facilities supported for OTN (continued)

Equipment XFP Client Facility Client Facility Options


Equipment

Type Protection PEC Type Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
10x10G NTK538BJ FC1200 2-11 ODU2E TCODEGFP
MOTR NTK538BK T
NTK538BL
FC800 2-11 ODU2
NTK538BM
(10G709)

10GE 2-11 10G709 GFPSTD


11G09 PROP237
10G709
GFPMACOS
TR

STM-64/ 2-11 ODU2 AMP/BMP


OC-192 (10G709)

OTU2/2E 2-11 10G709

40GE (port 104 or 104 44G5 G.709 GMP


108) or
108

Note 1: Only OTUk facilities are supported as line ports.


Note 2: For the 2G5MOTR card, the 6500 supports an ODU1INTEROP flag for ODU2TTPs with
PT=20 on OTU2, OTU3 and OTU4 interfaces. When this ODU1INTEROP mode is set to 2G5MOTR,
it reverses tribport assignments (1 to 4, 2 to 3, 3, to 2, 4 to 1).
OneControl discourages the use of this setting, and will instead force the use of ODU1INTEROP =
OTHER when provisioning. OneControl neither supports nor blocks the use of ODU1INTEROP =
2G5MOTR when set by other methods, such as through CLI.
Discovery: On discovery of connections with ODU1INTEROP = 2G5MOTR, OneControl will display
the details as reported in TL1 (with. no translation performed).
Provisioning: For Non-Control-Plane OTN connections originating and/or terminating on 2G5MOTR
cards, OneControl will provision the ODU2TTP with ODU1INTEROP = OTHER and will translate the
2G5MOTR client port to tribport values on the ODU1CTP where the connection enters the switched
node. For Control Plane connections, the user will have to enter the translated tribport on the
connection endpoint.
Note 3: The 1+8 Flex MOTR (NTK532DA) supports FC400, but only for visualization; not for
provisioning.
Note 4: For 1+8 Flex MOTR, provisioning of multi-node SNCs FC400 over ODUFlex is not supported
in OneControl. For OTNFMOTR (NTK503NA,NTK503MA, NTK532BA, NTK532DA,NTK532DE):
• Supported FC rates for Layer1 non-control-plane single-node connections are FC400/FC100/FC200
• Layer 1 non-control-plane multi-node connections (OTNFMOTR----OTU2Link-----OTNFMOTR)
support FC100/FC200. FC400 rate is not supported.
Note 5: For the OTSC card, Layer 1 non-control-plane multi-node connections support rates of
FC400/FC800/FC1200.

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The following 6500 OPS, TPT, and 40G configurations are supported.

Table 4-20
6500 OPS, TPT, and 40G - Equipment and facilities supporting OTN

Equipment Client Client Facility Options


Facility

Type Protection PEC Type Port OTU Mapping


Rate
OPS OPS NTK554TA
NTK576AA

TPT TPT NT0H59AC


NT0H59AB
NT0H59BA
NT0H59BB
NT0H59AC

5400 equipment supported for OTN


OneControl supports the provisioning of OTN OSRP SNCs which source
traffic from, and/or drop traffic to the interfaces on 5410/5430 nodes listed in
Table 4-21.

Table 4-21
OneControl OTN support for 5400 Modules

Connection rate: ODU4 ODU3 ODU2e ODU2 ODU1 ODU0 NXSTS-nC

ESLM

eSLM-Flex-100G Yes Yes - Yes Yes Yes -

MSLM

MSLM-10G - - Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

MSLM-40G-ULH - Yes Yes Yes Yes -

MSLM-Flex - - - - Yes Yes -

OSLM

OSLM-1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes -

OSLM-1D-WL3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes -

OSLM-2-WL3e 2x200G - - - - - - -

OSLM-2-Flex3-WL3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes -

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Table 4-21
OneControl OTN support for 5400 Modules (continued)

Connection rate: ODU4 ODU3 ODU2e ODU2 ODU1 ODU0 NXSTS-nC

OSLM-2-Flex3-WL3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes -


16QAM

OSLM-2-Flex3-WL3e

OSLM-3 - Yes - Yes Yes Yes -

OSLM-5-100G Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes -

OSLM-12 - - Yes Yes Yes Yes -

OSLM-48 - - - - Yes Yes -

OSLM-50-10G - - Yes Yes Yes Yes -

TSLM

TSLM-1-CFP Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TSLM-1D-WL3 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TSLM-2 - Yes Yes Yes Yes -

TSLM-2D - - - - - - Yes

TSLM-3 - Yes - Yes Yes Yes Yes

TSLM-12 - - Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TSLM-12D - - - - - - Yes

TSLM-48 - - - - Yes Yes -

Note: OneControl supports service discovery and visualization of a control-plane service on the client
port of the OSLM-2 card, including 1+1 protection. OneControl does not directly support service
provisioning for this configuration, which should be performed using the 5400 Node Manager software.

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