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    show dol fiber-conn

    Syntax

    show dol fiber-conn [ endpoint1[ endpoint2 ] | detail | table ]

    Description

    This command shows information on all fiber connections, or information on a particular fiber connection if a particular fiber connection is specified.

    Options

    Parameter

    Description

    Range

    endpoint1 endpoint2

    Displays informatiion for the fiber connection that has the specified endpoints

    Existing fiber-conn endpoints (for example, otu4:1/3/2/1).

    detail

    Displays informatiion in detailed form

    table

    Displays information in tabular form. This is the default.

    Required Privilege Level

     

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    Sample Output

    bti7800# show dol fiber-conn
    Dynamic Optical Layer Fiber Connections 
    ---------------------------------------  
    
    Endpoint 1       Endpoint 2                    Fiber Type  Endpoint 1 FE Port           Endpoint 2 FE Port 
    ---------------  ----------------------------  ----------  ---------------------------  ------------------ 
    otu4:1/2/1/1     port:0/30/0/C49               n/a         NOT-CONNECTED                NOT-CONNECTED 
    port:0/30/0/L1   port:1/1/0/C1                 n/a         NOT-CONNECTED                NOT-CONNECTED 
    port:1/1/0/C2    port:1/2/0/C2                 n/a         port:1/2/0/C2                port:1/1/0/C2 
    port:1/1/0/L1    port:1/1/0/L1@10.228.221.35   ndsf        port:1/1/0/L1@10.228.221.35  REMOTE 

    The NOT-CONNECTED designation means that the fiber-conn endpoints are unable to exchange endpoint information. This can occur when the physical fiber is not connected, or when one endpoint is on a UFM or on a multiplexer/demultiplexer. (Sometimes this is shown as a blank instead of NOT-CONNECTED).

    The REMOTE designation under Endpoint 2 FE Port occurs when the two endpoints reside on different network elements. This is typically the case for a fiber-conn between line ports, but can also occur for a fiber-conn between client ports in a split ROADM node configuration.

    Modified: 2017-04-25