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    Nodal Management for Juniper Networks Routers

    PSM supports the following nodal management functions for specified Juniper Networks routers:

    Editing an Interface

    Use this procedure to edit an interface on a port on an MX Series or PTX Series router.

    This procedure is supported for editing an interface on the following:

    • 100-Gigabit DWDM OTN MIC with CFP2-ACO (MIC3-100G-DWDM)
    • 100-Gigabit DWDM OTN PIC with CFP2-ACO (PTX-5-100G-WDM)
    1. Expand an MX Series or PTX Series router in the Network tree to show the shelves in that router.

    2. Expand a shelf to show the slots in that shelf.

    3. Expand a slot to show the MICs/PICs in the MPC/FPC in that slot.

    4. Expand a MIC/PIC to show the ports for that MIC/PIC.

    5. Expand a port to show the interfaces for that port.

    6. Right-click a provisioned interface and select Interface >Edit.

      The Edit Interface dialog appears.

      Figure 1: Edit Interface (OTU4)

      Edit Interface (OTU4)
    7. Configure the general interface attributes:
      • Type The type is set to OTU4 and cannot be changed.
    8. Configure the protocol attributes. Protocol attributes vary depending on the protocol.
      • FEC Specify the type of Forward Error Correction (FEC) from the drop-down menu.
    9. Configure the physical attributes.
      • Wavelength or Frequency - Specify either the desired wavelength or the desired frequency. The wavelength or frequency can only be specified for tunable transceivers.
      • Loopback Not supported.
      • Laser Enabled Not supported.
      • TX Power Specify the transmit power of the laser.
      • LOS Alarm Threshold Specify the Loss of Signal (LOS) threshold above which an alarm is raised.
      • LOS Warning Threshold Specify the LOS threshold above which a warning is issued.
    10. When you are finished, click OK.

      The PSM server sends the configuration request to the network element. You can monitor the status of the request through the View >Server >Tasks window. The new provisioning appears in PSM a short while after the task completes successfully.

    Enabling or Disabling a Port

    Use this procedure to administratively enable or disable a port on an MX Series, PTX Series, or QFX Series router.

    1. Expand a router in the Network tree to show the shelves in that router.

    2. Expand a shelf to show the slots in that shelf.

    3. Expand a slot to show the PICs or MICs in that slot.

    4. Expand a PIC or MIC to show the ports.

    5. Enable or disable a port as follows.
      1. To enable a provisioned port, right click the port and select Admin State >Enable.
      2. To disable a provisioned port, right click the port and select Admin State >Disable.

    Viewing Interface PMs

    Use this procedure to view current interface PMs on an MX Series or PTX Series router.

    1. Expand the router in the Network tree to show the shelves in that router.

    2. Expand a shelf to show the slots in that shelf.

    3. Expand a slot to show the PICs or MICs in that slot.

    4. Expand a PIC or MIC to show the ports.

    5. Expand a port to show the interfaces for that port.

    6. Right-click a provisioned interface and select Interface PMs >View.

      The Interface Current PM window appears:

      The PMs are listed for the interface selected.

      Note: This window shows a snapshot of the PM counts. The counts do not update automatically in this window. To see the latest counts, click the Refresh button.

    7. To select what columns to display, right-click anywhere in the headings row to bring up a column selection window.

      Check or uncheck column headings as desired.

    8. To sort the PMs based on column values, click on the column heading that you want to sort.
    9. To export the PM data to a CSV file, click Export and save the file.

    Modified: 2016-12-11