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    Setting Up User and System Preferences

    Depending on your system authority, Preferences page can display either user settings or a combination of user settings and system settings. One or more of these preference tabs appear when you open the Preferences page:

    • User—All users can choose whether monitors and reports display local time or server time.

    • Search—Administrators can configure options for search indexing.

    • Monitoring—Network Administrators can change the polling interval for data collection for Monitor mode monitors and enable or disable the internal processes used for data collection.

    • Fault—Network Administrators can enable or disable alarms. They can also set the retention period for alarms and the number of events per alarm.

    • Report—Network Administrators can specify length of time Connectivity Services Director reports are retained.

    • Topology—Network Administrators can specify the topology server to which the Connectivity Services Director application can establish a connection. Also, you can specify settings for the automatic update and refresh of the topology. In addition, you can define a retention period for the deleted links in Topology.

    • Service Activation—Network Administrators can modify the configuration settings for services activation-related components or functionalities of the Connectivity Services Director application.

    • Optical—Network Administrators can enable or disable optical performance monitoring.

    This topic describes:

    Accessing the Preferences page

    To open the Preferences page, click in the Connectivity Services Director banner and select Preferences as shown in Figure 1.

    Figure 1: Accessing the Preferences Page

    Accessing the Preferences
Page

    The Preferences page opens with User Preferences as the default tab.

    Choosing Server Time or Local Time

    All users can specify whether Connectivity Services Director displays local time or the server’s time in monitors and reports on the User Preferences tab. The default setting is to display local time. To change the setting to display the server’s time:

    1. In the Preferences page, select Use Server Time from the list.
    2. Click OK to save your changes or click Cancel to close Preferences.

    Specifying Search Preferences

    Connectivity Services Director indexes the device inventory data periodically to enable users to perform efficient searches. You can specify a time interval after which Connectivity Services Director initiates the next indexing on the Search tab. You can also specify to stop indexing while devices are imported into Connectivity Services Director. If you are running short of system memory, selecting this option can help save some memory and speed up the discovery and import of new devices. By default this option is selected and the search index update interval is set to 900 seconds.

    Retaining Connectivity Services Director Reports

    By default, Connectivity Services Director keeps reports for 30 days. However, Network Administrators can change the retention period from 0 to 365 days. To change the setting, move the slider right or left on the Report tab of Preferences to the new setting. Click OK to save the setting.

    Modifying Services Activation Parameter Settings

    To understand the parameters of the services-activation settings, such as the attributes and functionalities that apply to the management, provisioning, and monitoring of point-to-point, Layer 3 VPN, RSVP LSP, and VPLS services, refer to Table 1.

    Table 1: Parameters in the Services Activation Tab

    Fields

    Description

    Deployment

    Check service version

    Select this check box to validate the version of the service being configured.

    Deploy configuration to the device

    Select this check box to deploy the configuration to the device.

    Enable service alarms

    Select this check box to enable the service alarms. Enabling the service alarms causes a GUI impact on the Connectivity Services Director application. When you select the check box and deploy the service, the interface goes down, resulting in the failure to update the fault status. When you right-click Service and select View Service Alarms, the latter does not appear in the results.

    Save configuration in XML format

    Select this check box to save the configuration of the device in XML format.

    Show configuration in set format

    Select this check box to display the configuration in set format.

    Use two-phase commit for service provisioning

    Select this check box to push the configuration on all the network elements automatically, making either one or all successful.

    Use vlanmaps for flexible tagged services

    Select this check box to use vlanmaps for flexible tagged services, instead of normalization. VLAN mapping refers to the swapping of the incoming VLAN ID to a new VLAN ID.

    Block deployment on pending notifications

    Select this check box to cause a validation to be performed to determine if any of the selected devices have pending out-of-band notification, before deploying a service order. If a pending out-of-band notification exists for a device, deployment is blocked with the following message:

    Cannot deploy service order, since pending notification exists for device(s) : <dev-1>, <dev-2>,<dev-3>

    Audit

    Enable Functional Audit after deployment

    Select this check box to perform the functional audit automatically, after the service is deployed successfully. By default, the functional audit is not checked. Extra time is taken to complete both the functional audit and deployment.

    Functional Audit Waiting Time after deployment

    Specify the initial wait time to auto-schedule a functional audit job after deployment.

    If the entered value is greater than 30 minutes, it is reset to 30 minutes. If the entered value is less than 1 minute, the wait time is ignored.

    The range is from 1 minute through 30 minutes.

    Perform Functional Audit on Control plane only

    Select this check box to make the functional audit ignore the data plane verification and to consider only the control plane.

    User Interface

    Allow template modification for service

    Select this check box to allow the templates to be changed during the service modification.

    Bandwidth Combo Items Count

    Specify the bandwidth combo items count.

    In Create P2P service order page, if the bandwidth range exceeds the bandwidth combo items count, then the bandwidth input is taken in text field.

    The default value is 100.

    Service Detail Wait Time (sec)

    Specify the period of time in seconds as the wait period for retrieving service details during service template modification.

    Monitoring

    Perform Monitoring on Failed Functional Audit

    Select this check box to perform monitoring if the functional audit fails.

    Pseudowire Redundancy Transition TimeDelay

    Select this check box to dump the configuration files.

    Specify the time delay to issue the remote procedure call (RPC) call for redundancy service. Since there is no support for the fault management for redundancy service, it should not update the fault status as down, when the interface goes down as the service will be running with the help of backup device. The RPC is issued to check the status of the service. If the value of this time delay is 2 seconds and the interface goes down, it waits for 2 seconds to check whether the service is up, with the help of the backup device and correspondingly updates the fault status.

    The default value is 2 seconds.

    Statistics Aggregation Reporting

    Specify the manner in which the aggregated results are returned for a query that polls and retrieves data from devices. Two aggregation values are supported:

    • Total: Sum of the number of packets received in the interval

    • Average: Average of the total number of packets received in the interval

    Logging

    Dump Configuration Files

    By default, the configuration files are not dumped into the log directory. This is enabled, if there is a need to provide troubleshooting to Juniper Networks Technical Assistance Center (JTAC).

    Dump Deployment Data

    Select this check box to write the configlets and error response from the JUNOS devices into the log directory..

    Log Directory

    Specify the default path of the log directory: /var/tmp/jboss

    Prestage Devices

    Pre-stage Wait Time (Sec)

    Specify the number of seconds for which the task to trigger a job for prestaging devices must wait after receiving the first notification for prestaging devices. For example, if you specify the prestage wait time as 20 seconds, the prestaging task waits for a period of 20 seconds, after receiving the first notification for prestaging devices, and then initiates the prestaging-devices job.

    Pre-stage Idle Time (Sec)

    Specify the number of seconds after which the job for prestaging devices is initiated, if no notification is received during the idle period. For example, if you specify the prestage idle time as 10 seconds and if no notification for prestaging devices is received within this period, the job for prestaging devices is triggered immediately after 10 seconds. The prestage idle time value takes precedence over the prestage wait time value.

    Loopback Unit

    Specify the logical unit of the loopback interface that must be used as the default loopback logical interface for all provisioning tasks that are initiated from Connectivity Services Director. The default logical unit for the loopback interface is 0.

    Route Target

    BeginIndex

    Specify the least value in the preferred range of numbers, among which a certain number is assigned for each BGP service. Route target allows you to distribute VPN routes to only the routers that need them. When a route target value is entered manually, it should be either of the following two formats: Autonomous System number format or IPv4 format. For Autonomous System number format, the pattern is as-number:2-byte-number. For example, target:100:200.

    Range: The Autonomous System number format number can be in the range from 1 through 65,535.

    The IPv4 format is ip-address:2-byte-number. For example, target:10.1.1.1:2.

    EndIndex

    Specify the greatest value in the preferred range of numbers, among which a certain number is assigned for each BGP service. Route target allows you to distribute VPN routes to only the routers that need them. When a route target value is entered manually, it should be either of the following two formats: Autonomous System number format or IPv4 format. For Autonomous System number format, the pattern is as-number:2-byte-number. For example, target:100:200.

    Range: The Autonomous System number format number can be in the range from 1 through 65,535.

    The IPv4 format is ip-address:2-byte-number. For example, target:10.1.1.1:2. The EndIndex value should be lesser than the maximum assigned value.

    Virtual Circuit ID

    BeginIndex

    Specify the least value in the preferred range of numbers, among which a certain number is assigned as the VirtualCircuitID to the new circuit created. This VCID can be manually chosen by the customer or auto-generated by the system. For example, if BeginIndex = 100 and EndIndex = 200, then the VCID would be somewhere between 100 and 200.

    Minimum: 1

    The value of BeginIndex should be less than or equal to EndIndex value.

    The range is from 0 through 200000.

    EndIndex

    Specify the greatest value in the preferred range of numbers, among which a certain number is assigned as the VirtualCircuitID to the new circuit created. This VCID can be manually chosen by the customer or auto-generated by the system. For example, if BeginIndex = 100 and EndIndex = 200, then the VCID would be somewhere between 100 and 200.

    Maximum: 2147483647.

    The range is from 0 through 200000.

    Performance Monitoring

    DataSetSize

    DataSetSize is the size of the performance monitoring data set in days. This field indicates the number of days of performance monitoring data could be stored for display.

    The default value is 2880.

    Enable Performance Monitoring through scripts

    Select the check box to collect the performance data through scripts and opennms will store the data in its database. If this check box is not selected, then performance data such as one-way delay, two-way delay, and frame loss are collected through RPC and stored in the application database.

    OSS Config Parameters

    Alcatel Primary Server IP

    Specify the IP address of the primary server.

    Alcatel Primary Server Port

    Specify the port number of the primary server.

    Backup Server IP

    Specify the IP address of the backup server.

    Backup Server Port

    Specify the port number of the backup server.

    HTTP Connection Timeout

    Specify the duration of HTTP connection before the time-out elapses.

    Maximum API Requests

    Specify the maximum number of simultaneous API requests permitted.

    OSS Log Directory

    Specify the directory path of the OSS log directory.

    OSS Log Filename

    Specify the OSS log filename.

    OSS User Name

    Specify the user name for accessing the OSS server.

    OSS User Password

    Specify the hashed password for accessing the OSS server.

    Synchronize OSS Inventory daily at given time

    Sets the daily time at which the CPP system synchronizes third-party devices, added or deleted from the CPP system, with the OSS server.

    Use primary server

    If the check box is enabled, the CPP system communicates with the primary OSS server.

    Service Decommission

    Device Sync Wait Time

    Specify the device synchronization waiting time. This is the maximum wait time to complete the device synchronization. After this time duration, irrespective of the device synchronization status, the resources are released.

    The default value is 60 seconds.

    The range is from 30 seconds through 300 seconds.

    Wait for Device Sync Before Releasing Resource

    Select this check box to wait for the device synchronization before resources are released. To revert the decommissioning to the normal behavior, clear this check box.

    Service Recovery

    OutofBand Notification

    Select either of the following options from the OutofBand Notification Action list to specify the action you want to be performed when an OutOfBand notification is received by Connectivity Services Director:

    • Make Device OutOfSync—Causes the device to be made OutOfSync and disables subsequent provisioning on that device until it changes to the In Sync state again

    • Ignore Notification—Causes the notification to be ignored and device will remain InSync

    Store OutofBand Notification XML

    Select the check box to enable the storage of OutOfBand notification XML in the Connectivity Services Director database. By default, this check box is not selected, which disables the saving of OutofBand notification XML in the Connectivity Services Director database.

    Specifying Topology Preferences

    From the Topology tab of the Preferences page (which you can launch by clicking the down arrow beside the System button on the Connectivity Services Director banner and selecting Preferences), you can specify the topology server IP and the credentials for enabling the Connectivity Services Director to connect to the topology server.

    For Layer 2 topology settings, you can also disable the automatic updates to the topology and, instead, enable the topology updates to be manually triggered by selecting the Disable Autoupdate of Topology check box. In the Deleted Link Retention Period (Days) field, drag the square over the line to specify the number of days that you might want to retain the deleted link.

    For Layer 3 topology settings, you can select or clear the Use PCEP check box. Select the Use PCEP check box to use the Path Computation Element Protocol (PCEP) for discovery of LSPs. PCEP enables communication between a PCC and the CSD-Topology to learn about the network and LSP path state and communicate with the Path Computation Clients (PCCs). By default, this check box is not selected.

    Enter the server IP address in the Topology Server field, and the authentication credentials in the Username and Password fields.

    In the Refresh Topology Interval (days) field, drag the square over the line to specify the frequency in number of days at which the Layer 3 topology must be refreshed and displayed in the Topology View. By default, the topology is refreshed once every day. Drag the square to the leftmost end of the line to disable the refresh of topology. Drag the square to the rightmost end of the line to enable the refresh of topology once every 365 days or a year, which is the largest frequency you can specify for the refresh setting.

    Changing Monitor Mode Settings

    The Monitoring tab of Preferences has three tabs under it. These are:

    • Monitor Settings—Enables you to change the default polling interval for data collection for Monitor mode monitors. You can also disable or reenable the internal processes used for data collection on this sub-tab.

    • Client Session History—Enables you to set the retention period for history records and the frequency that these records are checked for deletion.

    This section describes:

    Disabling Data Collection for Monitors

    Connectivity Services Director internally gathers data for monitors by using a set of data collection processes. You can disable these data collectors if they do not pertain to your installation. For example, if you do not use Virtual Chassis, you can disable the data collection processes used for Virtual Chassis.

    The data collection processes are divided into the following categories:

    • Equipment

    • FM

    • Traffic

    One data collector can be used by multiple monitors. Likewise, some monitors can be supported by multiple data collectors. These data collectors are enabled by default. To ensure proper data collection, if you enable the equipment data collectors, you must also enable the traffic collectors..

    To disable or reenable a data collector:

    1. Determine which monitors are used by the data collectors. Use Table 2 to determine the relationship between the data collectors and the monitors.

      Table 2: Monitor Mapping for Data Collectors

      Monitor

      Data Collector

      Category

      Show Interface Statistics

      ProvisioningMonitorInterfaceStatsCollector

      Equipment

      Show Interface Status

      ProvisioningMonitorInterfaceStatusCollector

      Equipment

      Service Traffic, Service Summary, Service Transport

      ProvisioningMonitorServiceStatusCollector

      Equipment

      LSP Statistics

      ProvisioningMonitorLSPStatsCollector

      Equipment

      LDP Statistics

      ProvisioningMonitorLDPStatsCollector

      Equipment

      Service Performance

      ProvisioningMonitorY1731PMCollector

      Equipment

      RFC2544 Benchmarking Tests

      ProvisioningMonitoringRFC2544Poller

      Equipment

      Port Status (physical)

      EquipmentMonitorDeviceStatusCollector

      Equipment

      Traffic Trend

      PortTrafficMonitorCollector

      Traffic

      Alarms

      FMAlarmCountCollector

      FM

      Collection of LSPs and Service Association for Topology View

      ProvisioningMonitorLSPToServiceAssociationCollector

      Traffic

    2. Clear the check box to disable the collector or select to enable the collector.
    3. Click Save and Close to save the configuration and to close the window.

    Changing the Polling Interval

    The frequency at which data is collected is determined by the polling interval. Table 3 shows the default polling intervals used by each data collector.

    Table 3: Default Polling Intervals

    Collector

    Polling Interval

    ProvisioningMonitorInterfaceStatsCollector

    5 minutes

    ProvisioningMonitorInterfaceStatusCollector

    10 minutes

    ProvisioningMonitorServiceStatusCollector

    10 minutes

    ProvisioningMonitorLSPStatsCollector

    10 minutes

    ProvisioningMonitorLDPStatsCollector

    5 minutes

    ProvisioningMonitorY1731PMCollector

    5 minutes

    ProvisioningMonitoringRFC2544Poller

    5 minutes

    EquipmentMonitorDeviceStatusCollector

    10 minutes

    PortTrafficMonitorCollector

    10 minutes

    ProvisioningMonitorLSPToServiceAssociationCollector

    5 minutes

    To change the polling interval:

    1. Select the polling interval for a data collector in the Monitor Settings table.
    2. Type the new interval level in whole minutes. For example, do not specify 1.5 minutes. Recommended intervals are 5, 10, or 20 minutes.
    3. Click OK and then Yes to verify the change to the configuration.

    Specifying Database History Retention

    To keep the database manageable, the system periodically checks the age of the records and retires those that have past an expiration date. By default, Connectivity Services Director ages database records off at 90 days and runs a database cleanup every 6 hours.

    Use the Client Session History sub-tab to change the default values:

    1. Select from the lists new values.
      • Age of history records (in days) from 1 to 365 days.

      • Cleanup job frequency (in hours) from 1 through 24 hours.

    2. Click OK to save the changes.

    Changing Alarm Settings

    Use the Fault tab to enable individual alarms, set the retention period for alarms, configure alarm notifications, configure threshold alarms, and to specify the number of events to keep for each alarm. The Fault tab has multiple sections, which you can expand and collapse by clicking the arrow next to the section title:

    • Global Settings, for configuring Faults settings such as global alarm notifications and alarm data retention.

    • Individual Alarms and Threshold Settings, for configuring settings for individual alarms and threshold alarms.

    This section describes the following tasks that you can perform by using the Fault tab:

    Configuring Global Alarm Notifications

    You can configure global e-mail notifications to be sent when any alarm with notifications enabled is generated. To configure global e-mail notifications, enter the e-mail addresses to receive global alarm notifications in the Alarm Notifications Destinations field in the Global Settings section. Separate addresses with a comma (,). For information about enabling notification for an alarm, see Configuring Individual Alarm Notifications.

    Retaining Alarm History

    Use the No. of days to keep Alarm field in the Global Settings section to specify the number of days to keep alarm history. The default retention time is 120 days; but you can specify a period of 7 through 1000 days. Specifying a longer retention time consumes more database resources. To change the alarm retention duration, type a new value and click OK and Yes to confirm the change.

    Specifying Event History

    Use the Events/Alarm field in the Global Settings section to specify the number of event entries that are kept in the alarm history. The default setting for events is 20. To change the setting, type a new value and click OK and Yes to confirm the change.

    Enabling Alarms

    Ensure all devices are configured to send traps to Connectivity Services Director. This task is performed for the devices in Deploy mode through Set SNMP Trap Configuration.

    Use the Individual Alarms and Threshold Settings section to disable and re-enable individual alarms or all alarms. Alarms appear on both tabs in the section: Alarm Settings and Threshold Settings. Fault alarms are preconfigured and initially enabled. To enable or disable alarms:

    1. (Optional) Sort the alarms. By default, the list of alarms is sorted alphabetically within each category. You can also sort by description or alarm severity within a category by clicking a column heading.
    2. Review the alarms and either select the check box in the heading to select all of the alarms or select the check box for the individual alarms you want to enable. For a full description of each of the alarms, see Table 4.
    3. Click OK and Yes to confirm the alarm change.

    Table 4: Alarm Descriptions

    Alarm Name

    Description

    Device Type

    BFD

    BfdSessionDetectionTimeAlarm

    Generated when the threshold value for detection time is set and the BFD session detection-time adapts to a value greater than the threshold.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    BfdSessionTxAlarm

    Generated when the threshold value for transmit interval (in microseconds) is exceeded.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    BGP

    BgpM2BackwardTransitionAlarm

    Generated when the BGP FSM moves from a higher-numbered state to a lower-numbered state.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    BgpM2EstablishedAlarm

    Generated when the BGP Finite State Machine (FSM) enters the ESTABLISHED state.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Chassis

    FanFailureAlarm

    Generated when the specified cooling fan or impeller has failed (is not spinning).

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    FEBSwitchoverAlarm

    Generated when the Forwarding Engine Board (FEB) has switched over.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    FRUCheckAlarm

    Generated when the device has detected that a field-replaceable unit (FRU), has some operational errors and has gone into check state.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    FRUFailedAlarm

    Generated when a FRU has failed.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    FRUInsertionAlarm

    Generated when the system detects that the specified FRU is inserted into the chassis.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    FRUOfflineAlarm

    Generated when the specified FRU goes offline.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    FRUOnlineAlarm

    Generated when the specified FRU goes online.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    FRUPowerOffAlarm

    Generated when the specified FRU is powered off.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    FRUPowerOnAlarm

    Generated when the specified FRU is powered on.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    FRURemovalAlarm

    Generated when the system detects that the specified FRU was removed from the chassis.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    HardDiskFailedAlarm

    Generated when the hard disk for the specified routing engine has failed.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    HardDiskMissingAlarm

    Generated when the hard disk in the specified routing engine is missing from the boot device list.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PowerSupplyFailureAlarm

    Generated when the specified power supply has failed (bad DC output).

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    RedundancySwitchOverAlarm

    Generated when a graceful Routing Engine switchover (GRES) occurs on a switch with dual Routing Engines or on a Virtual Chassis.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    TemperatureAlarm

    Generated when the device has over heated.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Cluster/Modo

    Cluster Sync Failure

    Generated when the cluster configuration failed to apply.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Configuration (Configuration)

    CmCfgChangeAlarm

    Generated when the jnxCMCfgChgEventTable records a configuration management event.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    CMRescueChangeAlarm

    Generated when a change is made to the rescue configuration.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Core and controllers (Controllers)

    Device alarm

    Generated when the device status changes (up to down or down to up).

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    CoS

    CoSAlmostOutOfDedicatedQueuesAlarm

    Generated when only 10% of CoS queues are available.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    CoSOutOfDedicatedQueuesAlarm

    Generated when there are no more available dedicated CoS queues.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    DHCP

    JdhcpLocalServerDupClientAlarm

    Generated when a DHCP client is detected changing interfaces.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    JdhcpLocalServerlfLimitExceededAlarm

    Generated when the client limit is reached on an interface.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Jdhcpv6LocalServerLimitExceededAlarm

    Generated when the client limit is reached on an interface for DHCPv6.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    DOM

    DomAlertSetAlarm

    Generated when an interface detects Digital Optical Monitor (DOM) alarm conditions.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    General

    Authentication Failure Alarm

    Generated when a protocol message is received that is not properly authenticated.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Cold Start Alarm

    Generated when a device is re-initializing and its configuration might have changed.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Link Down Alarm

    Generated when a link is down. The trap is generated when the ifOperStatus object for a communication link is about to enter the down state from another state other than notPresent. This other state is indicated by the included value of ifOperStatus.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Link Up Alarm

    Generated when a link comes up that was previously in the down state. The trap is generated when the ifOperStatus object for a communication link left the down state and transitioned into another state other than notPresent state. This other state is indicated by the included value of ifOperStatus.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Warm Start Alarm

    Generated when a device is re-initializing and its configuration has not changed.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Generic (GenericEvent)

    GenericEventTrapAlarm

    Generated by an Op script or event policies. This notification can include one or more attribute-value pairs. The pairs are identified by the jnxEventAvAttribute and jnxEventAvValue objects.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    OTN Notification

    FRU: OTN Admin Notification Set

    Generated as a notification of an OTM alarm that is set. An alarm is triggered when an optical PIC or field-replaceable unit (FRU) is removed or reinserted, or transitions between in-service and out-of-service states.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukPtmAlarm

    Generated as Optical Channel Payload (OPU) Payload Type Mismatch defect trigger.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm

    Generated as OC target of evaluation (TOE) security functionality (TSF) defect trigger.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm15MinThreshBBETCA

    Generated as ODU Background Block Error Threshold crossing defect trigger in the 15-minute interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm15MinThreshBip8TCA

    Generated as ODU Bit interleaved parity for SONET section overhead defect trigger in the 15-minute interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm15MinThreshESTCA

    Generated as ODU errored seconds threshold-crossing defect trigger in the 15-minute interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm15MinThreshSESTCA

    Generated as ODU severely errored seconds threshold-crossing defect trigger in the 15-minute interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm15MinThreshUASTCA

    Generated as ODU unavailable seconds threshold-crossing defect trigger in the 15-minute interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm15MinThreshBBETCA

    Generated as ODU Background Block Error Threshold crossing defect trigger in the 15-minute interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm24HourThreshBip8TCA

    Generated as ODU Bit interleaved parity for SONET section overhead defect trigger in the 24-hour or 1-day interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm24HourThreshESTCA

    Generated as ODU errored seconds threshold-crossing defect trigger in the 24-hour or 1-day interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm24HourThreshSESTCA

    Generated as ODU severely errored seconds threshold-crossing defect trigger in the 24-hour or 1-day interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcm24HourThreshUASTCA

    Generated as ODU unavailable seconds threshold-crossing defect trigger in the 24-hour or 1-day interval threshold.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcmAisAlarm

    Generated as ODU Alarm Indication Signal defect trigger.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcmBdiAlarm

    Generated as ODU Backward Defect Indication defect trigger.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcmCSfAlarm

    Generated as ODU client signal failure alarm.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcmDegAlarm

    Generated as ODU degradation alarm.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcmIaeAlarm

    Generated as ODU incoming alignment error alarm.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcmLTCAlarm

    Generated as ODU threshold crossing alert (TCA) alarm.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcmLckAlarm

    Generated as ODU locked defect trigger.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcmOciAlarm

    Generated as ODU open connection indication alarm.

    PTX Series routers

    ODU::OdukTcmSSfAlarm

    Generated as ODU server signal failure alarm.

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    ODU::OdukTcmTimAlarm

    Generated as ODU trace identifier mismatch alarm.

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    ODU::OtnOdukTcmNoAlarm

    Generated as ODU no-alarm when threshold crossing alert occurs.

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    OTN Admin Notification Set

    Generated as a notification when OTN alarm is set.

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    OTU::OdukTcmAisAlarm

    Generated as OTU alarm indication signal trigger.

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    OTU::15MinThUnCorrectedWordsTCA

    Generated as an alarm when OTU uncorrected words in the 15-minute threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::15MinThreshBBETCA

    Generated as an alarm when OTU background block error count in the 15-minute threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::15MinThreshBip8TCA

    Generated as an alarm when OTU bit interleaved parity count in the 15-minute threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::15MinThreshESTCA

    Generated as an alarm when errored seconds count in the 15-minute threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::15MinThreshSESTCA

    Generated as an alarm when severely errored seconds count in the 15-minute threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::15MinThreshPreFECBERTCA

    Generated as an alarm when pre-forward error correction bit error rate count in the 15-minute threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::15MinThreshUASTCA

    Generated as an alarm when unavailable seconds count in the 15-minute threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::24HourThreshBBETCA

    Generated as an alarm when OTU background block error count in the 24-hour threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::24HourThreshBip8TCA

    Generated as an alarm when OTU bit interleaved parity count in the 24-hour threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::24HourThreshESTCA

    Generated as an alarm when errored seconds count in the 24-hour threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::24HourThreshPreFECBERTCA

    Generated as an alarm when severely errored seconds count in the 24-hour threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::24HourThreshSESTCA

    Generated as an alarm when pre-forward error correction bit error rate count in the 24-hour threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU::24HourThreshUASTCA

    Generated as an alarm when unavailable seconds count in the 24-hour threshold is exceeded.

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    OTU:OtnLofAlam

    Generated as an OTN loss of signal alarm.

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    OTU:OtnLosAlarm

    Generated as an OTN loss of frame alarm.

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    OTU:OtnLomAlarm

    Generated as an OTN loss of multiframe alarm.

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    OTU:OtnNoAlarm

    Generated as an OTN no alarm.

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    OTU:OtuBdiAlarm

    Generated as an OTU backward defect indication alarm.

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    OTU:OtuBiaeAlarm

    Generated as an OTU backward error indication alarm.

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    OTU:OtuDegAlarm

    Generated as an OTU degraded alarm.

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    OTU:OtuFecExcessiveErrsAlarm

    Generated as an OTU excessive errors alarm.

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    OTU:OtuIaeAlarm

    Generated as an OTU incoming alignment defect alarm.

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    OTU:OtuSsAlarm

    Generated as an OTU server signal alarm.

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    OTU:OtuTimAlarm

    Generated as an OTN trail trace identifier mismatch defect alarm.

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    OTU:OtuTsfAlarm

    Generated as an OTU TOE security functionality (TSF) alarm.

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    Optical::LOS

    Generated as input loss of signal alarm.

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    Optical::WavelenthLockErr

    Generated as wavelength lock error alarm.

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    Optical::PowerHighAlarm

    Generated as Tx high power alarm.

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    Optical::PowerLowAlarm

    Generated as Tx low power alarm.

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    Optical::BiasCurrentHighAlarm

    Generated as Bias Current High alarm.

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    Optical::BiasCurrentLowAlarm

    Generated as Bias Current Low alarm.

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    Optical::TemperatureHighAlarm

    Generated as Temperature High alarm.

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    Optical::TemperaturelowAlarm

    Generated as Temperature low alarm.

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    Optical::TxPLLLockAlarm

    Generated as transmitted phase-locked loop lock alarm.

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    Optical::RxPLLLockAlarm

    Generated as received phase-locked loop lock alarm.

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    Optical::AvgPowerAlarm

    Generated as avaerage power alarm.

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    Optical::RxLossAvgPowerAlarm

    Generated as Rx Loss Avg Power alarm.

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    Optical::LossofACPowerAlarm

    Generated as Loss of AC Power alarm.

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    Optical::TxPowerHighThreshAlert

    Generated as transmitted temperature high threshold setting trigger.

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    Optical::TxPowerLowThreshAlert

    Generated as transmitted temperature low threshold setting trigger.

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    Optical::RxPowerHighThreshAlert

    Generated as received temperature high threshold setting trigger.

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    Optical::RxPowerLowThreshAlert

    Generated as received temperature low threshold setting trigger.

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    Optical::ModuleTempHighThreshAlert

    Generated as temperature high threshold setting trigger.

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    Optical::ModuleTempLowThreshAlert

    Generated as temperature low threshold setting trigger.

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    Optical::24HourTxPowerHighThreshAlert

    Generated as transmitted temperature high threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period.

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    Optical::24HourTxPowerLowThreshAlert

    Generated as transmitted temperature low threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period.

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    Optical::24HourRxPowerHighThreshAlert

    Generated as received temperature high threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period.

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    Optical::24HourRxPowerLowThreshAlert

    Generated as received temperature low threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period.

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    Optical::24HourModuleTempHighThreshAlert

    Generated as temperature high threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period.

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    Optical::24HourModuleTempLowThreshAlert

    Generated as temperature low threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period.

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    Optical::RxPowerHighAlarm

    Generated as received high power alarm.

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    Optical::RxPowerLowAlarm

    Generated as received low power alarm.

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    Optical::TxPowerHighWarning

    Generated as Rx high power warning.

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    Optical::TxPowerLowWarning

    Generated as Rx high power warning.

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    Optical::RxPowerHighWarning

    Generated as Rx high power warning.

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    Optical::RxPowerLowWarning

    Generated as Rx high power warning.

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    Optical::ModuleTempHigh

    Generated as module temperature high warning.

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    Optical::ModuleTempLowWarning

    Generated as module temperature low warning.

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    Optical::RxCarrierFreqHigh

    Generated as received carrier frequency high warning.

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    Optical::RxCarrierFreqLow

    Generated as received carrier frequency low warning.

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    Optical::ChromaticDispHighWarning

    Generated as chromatic dispersion high warning.

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    Optical::ChromaticDispLowWarning

    Generated as chromatic dispersion low warning.

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    Optical::QLowWarning

    Generated as low quality factor warning.

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    Optical::OSNRLowWarning

    Generated as low signal-to-noise ratio warning.

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    Optical::CarrierFreqHighAlert

    Generated as carrier frequency high threshold setting trigger.

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    Optical::CarrierFreqLowAlert

    Generated as carrier frequency low threshold setting trigger.

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    Optical::24HourCarrierFreqHighAlert

    Generated as carrier frequency high threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour threshold interval period.

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    Optical::24HourCarrierFreqLowAlert

    Generated as carrier frequency low threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour threshold interval period.

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    ILA Notification

    ILA::edfaEabCaliTableErr

    Generated when the EDFA in the direction from optical supervisory channel (OSC) A to OSC B (Eab) has a calibration table error.

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    ILA::edfaEabCaseTemperature

    Generated when the EDFA case temperature exceeds the configured threshold in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEabInputLOS

    Generated when the input loss of signal (LOS) is detected in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEabOOG

    Generated when the Out-of-Service Out-of-Group (OOS OOG) condition occurs in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEabOOP

    Generated when the Out-of-Policy (OOP) condition occurs in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEabOutputLOS

    Generated when an output LOS condition occurs in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEabPump1EOL

    Generated when the end-of-life (EoL) state for pump 1 of the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEabPump2EOL

    Generated when the end-of-life (EoL) state for pump 2 of the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEabPump1Temperature

    Generated when the temperature exceeds the threshold for pump 1 of the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEabPump2Temperature

    Generated when the temperature exceeds the threshold for pump 1 of the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEabRFL

    Generated when the radio frequency loss (RFL) occurs for the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC A to OSC B.

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    ILA::edfaEbaCaliTableErr

    Generated when the EDFA in the direction from optical supervisory channel (OSC) B to OSC A (Eba) has a calibration table error.

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    ILA::edfaEbaCaseTemperature

    Generated when the EDFA case temperature exceeds the configured threshold in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::edfaEbaInputLOS

    Generated when the input loss of signal (LOS) is detected in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::edfaEbaOOG

    Generated when the Out-of-Gain (OOG) condition occurs in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::edfaEbaOOP

    Generated when the Out-of-Power (OOP) condition occurs in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::edfaEbaOutputLOS

    Generated when an output LOS condition occurs in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::edfaEbaPump1EOL

    Generated when the end-of-life (EoL) state for pump 1 of the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::edfaEbaPump2EOL

    Generated when the end-of-life (EoL) state for pump 2 of the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::edfaEbaPump1Temperature

    Generated when the temperature exceeds the threshold for pump 1 of the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::edfaEbaPump2Temperature

    Generated when the temperature exceeds the threshold for pump 1 of the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::edfaEbaRFL

    Generated when the radio frequency loss (RFL) occurs for the EDFA occurs in the direction from OSC B to OSC A.

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    ILA::ilaBoardTemperatureAbnormal

    Generated when the ILA board temperature reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaCommunicationAbnormal

    Generated when the communication channel between the NMS system and the ILA reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaACPowerAbnormal

    Generated when the ILA AC power reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaDCPowerAbnormal

    Generated when the ILA DC power reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaFan1OnlineAbnormal

    Generated when the ILA fan tray controller 1 that is online reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaFan1SpeedAbnormal

    Generated when the speed of the ILA fan tray controller 1 reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaFan2OnlineAbnormal

    Generated when the ILA fan tray controller 1 that is online reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaFan2SpeedAbnormal

    Generated when the speed of the ILA fan tray controller 1 reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaFan3OnlineAbnormal

    Generated when the ILA fan tray controller 1 that is online reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaFan3SpeedAbnormal

    Generated when the speed of the ILA fan tray controller 1 reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaSoftwareVersionAbnormal

    Generated when the ILA software version reaches an abnormal level.

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    ILA::ilaTableErr

    Generated when the ILA table error occurs.

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    ILA::oscaAddPowerLOS

    Generated when the addition of power LOS condition occurs for the OSC A.

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    ILA::oscaDropPowerLOS

    Generated when the dropping of power LOS condition occurs for the OSC A.

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    ILA::oscbAddPowerLOS

    Generated when the addition of power LOS condition occurs for the OSC B.

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    ILA::oscbDropPowerLOS

    Generated when the dropping of power LOS condition occurs for the OSC B.

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    IPLC Notification

    jnxIplcFpcAwgAddLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC arrayed waveguide gratings (AWG) add LOS alarm for the IPLC

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    jnxIplcFpcExpInLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC input LOS alarm for the express-in mode of the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcOscAddLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC add LOS alarm for the optical supervisory channel (OSC) of the IPLC. The OSC is an in-band channel used to communicate with ILAs and other optical nodes in the line system that are not directly accessible over the DCN. OSC framing logic is implemented in the FPGA.

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    jnxIplcFpcOscDrpLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC drop LOS alarm for the OSC of the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcLineInLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC input line-in LOS alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa1RefPwAlarm

    Generated as the FPC erbium doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) 1 reflect power alarm for the IPLC. EDFA1 is considered as ingress EDFA and EDFA2 is considered as egress EDFA

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa1OutPwAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA1 output power alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa1OutGain

    Generated as the FPC EDFA1 output gain alarm for the IPLC

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa1PumpEolAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA1 pump end-of-life (EoL) alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa1TempAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA1 temperature alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa1OutLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA1 output LOS alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa1InLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA1 input LOS alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa2RefPwAlarm

    Generated as the FPC erbium doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) 1 reflect power alarm for the IPLC. EDFA1 is considered as ingress EDFA and EDFA2 is considered as egress EDFA

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa2OutPwAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA2 output power alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa2OutGainAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA2 output gain alarm for the IPLC

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa2PumpEolAlarm

    Generatd as the FPC EDFA2 pump end-of-life (EoL) alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa2TempAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA2 temperature alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa2OutLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA2 output LOS alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa2InLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA2 input LOS alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcWssTempAlarm

    Generated as the FPC wavelength selective switching (WSS) temperature alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcWssVoltAlarm

    Generated as the FPC WSS voltage alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcInterDiagAlarm

    Generated as the FPC internal diagnostic alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcFwCnsistAlarm

    Generated as the FPC firmware consistency alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcHwFailAlarm

    Generated as the FPC hardware failure alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcFwFailAlarm

    Generated as the FPC firmware failure alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcOcmFailAlarm

    Generated as the FPC optical channel module (OCM) failure alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcWssFailAlarm

    Generated as the FPC WSS failure alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa2FailAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA2 failure alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcEdfa1FailAlarm

    Generated as the FPC EDFA1 alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcPwrFailAlarm

    Generated as the FPC power rail failure alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscTxPowerHigh15minAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC transmitted high power exceeds the threshold within the 15-minute interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscTxPowerLow15minAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC transmitted low power exceeds the threshold within the 15-minute interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscRxPowerHigh15minAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC received high power exceeds the threshold within the 15-minute interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscRxPowerLow15minAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC received low power exceeds the threshold within the 15-minute interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscFiberLosHigh15minAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC fiber high LOS exceeds the threshold within the 15-minute interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscFiberLosLow15minAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC fiber low LOS exceeds the threshold within the 15-minute interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcLineOutVoaHigh15minAlert

    Generated as the line-out Variable Optical Attenuator (VOA) high threshold setting trigger within the 15-minute period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcLineOutVoaLow15minAlert

    Generated as the line-out Variable Optical Attenuator (VOA) low threshold setting trigger within the 15-minute period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaInputPwHigh15minAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA input power high threshold setting trigger within the 15-minute period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaInputPwLow15minAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA input power low threshold setting trigger within the 15-minute period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOcmPwHigh15minAlert

    Generated as the OCM module power high threshold setting trigger within the 15-minute period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOcmPwLow15minAlert

    Generated as the OCM module power low threshold setting trigger within the 15-minute period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscTxPowerHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the OSC transmitted high power threshold setting trigger within the 15-minute period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscTxPowerLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the OSC transmitted high power threshold setting trigger within the 15-minute period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscRxPowerHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC received high power exceeds the threshold within the 24-hour interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscRxPowerLow24hourAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC received low power exceeds the threshold within the 24-hour interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscFiberLosHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC fiber high LOS exceeds the threshold within the24-hour interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOscFiberLosLow24hourAlert

    Generated as an alarm when the OSC fiber low LOS exceeds the threshold within the 24-hour interval for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcLineOutVoaHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the line-out Variable Optical Attenuator (VOA) high threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcLineOutVoaLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the line-out Variable Optical Attenuator (VOA) low threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaInputPwHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA input high power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaInputPwLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA input low power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaOutputPwHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA output high power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaOutputPwLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA output low power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaSignalPwHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA signal high power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaSignalPwLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA signal low power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaPumpCurrentHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA pump current high temperature threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcIngressEdfaPumpCurrentLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the ingress EDFA pump current low temperature threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcEgressEdfaInputPwHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the egress EDFA input high power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcEgressEdfaInputPwLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the egress EDFA input low power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcEgressEdfaOutputPwHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the egress EDFA output high power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcEgressEdfaOutputPwLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the egress EDFA output low power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcEgressEdfaSignalPwHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the egress EDFA signal high power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcEgressEdfaSignalPwLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the egress EDFA signal low power threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcEgressEdfaPumpCurrentHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the egress EDFA pump current high temperature threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcEgressEdfaPumpCurrentLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the egress EDFA pump current low temperature threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcPowerMonitorAwgAddHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the power monitor AWG add high threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcPowerMonitorAwgAddLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the power monitor AWG add low threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcPowerMonitorExpressInHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the power monitor express-in mode high threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcPowerMonitorExpressInLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the power monitor express-in mode low threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOcmPwHigh24hourAlert

    Generated as the OCM module power high threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcOcmPwLow24hourAlert

    Generated as the OCM module power low threshold setting trigger within the 24-hour period for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcSfpLosAlarm

    Generated as the FPC SFP loss of signal (LOS) alarm for the IPLC.

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    jnxIplcFpcSfpLofAlarm

    Generated as the FPC SFP loss of frame (LOF) alarm for the IPLC.

    PTX3000 Packet Transport Routers

    L2ALD

    L2aldGlobalMacLimitAlarm

    Generated when the MAC limit is reached for the entire system. This trap is sent only once, when the limit is reached.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    L2aldInterfaceMacLimitAlarm

    Generated when the given interface reaches the MAC limit (jnxl2aldInterfaceMacLimit).

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    L2aldRoutingInstMacLimitAlarm

    Generated when the MAC limit is reached for a given routing instance (jnxl2aldRoutingInst).

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    L2CP

    LacpTimeOutAlarm

    Generated when LACP has timed out.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PortBpduErrorStatusChangeTrapAlarm

    Generated when the port’s BPDU error state (no-error or detected) changes.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PortLoopProtectStateChangeTrapAlarm

    Generated when the port’s loop-protect state (no-error or loop-prevented) changes.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PortRootProtectStateChangeTrapAlarm

    Generated when the port’s root-protect state (no-error or root-prevented) changes.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    MAC Forwarding Database (MACFDB)

    MacChangedNotificationAlarm

    Generated when MAC addresses of the monitored devices are learned or removed from the forwarding database (FDB).

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Misc.

    Counter Measures Alarm

    Generated when counter measures are started against a rogue device.

    Wireless LAN controller

    Device Configuration Saved

    Generated when the running configuration of the switch is written to the configuration file.

    Wireless LAN controller

    Multimedia Call Failure

    Generated when a multimedia call fails.

    Wireless LAN controller

    PoE failure

    Generated when Power over Ethernet (PoE) has failed on the indicated port.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Network Service

    LSP Service

    Generated when an LSP service is affected.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    VPN Service

    Generated when a VPLS service is affected.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Passive Monitoring (PassiveMonitoring)

    PMonOverloadSetAlarm

    Generated when an overload condition is detected on a Passive Monitoring Interface.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Ping

    PingEgressJitterThresholdExceededAlarm

    Generated when egress time jitter (jnxPingMaxEgressUs minus jnxPingResultsMinEgressUs) exceeds the configured threshold (jnxPingCtlEgressJitterThreshold) causing the egressJitterThreshold bit to be set.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PingEgressStdDevThresholdExceededAlarm

    Generated when the standard deviation of the egress time (jnxPingResultsStddevEgressUs) exceeds the configured threshold (jnxPingCtlEgressTimeThreshold) and causes the egress bit to be set.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PingEgressThresholdExceededAlarm

    Generated when the egress time (jnxPingResultsStdevEgressUs) exceeds the configured threshold (jnxPingCtlEgressTimeThreshold) and the egress threshold bit is set in jnxPingCtlTrapGeneration.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PingIngressJitterThresholdExceededAlarm

    Generated when ingress time jitter (jnxPingResultsMaxIngressUs minus jnxPingResultsMinIngressUs) exceeds the configured threshold (jnxPingCtlIngressJitterThreshold) and the ingressJitterThreshold bit is set in jnxPingCtlTrapGeneration.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PingIngressStddevThresholdExceededAlarm

    Generated when the standard deviation of the ingress time (jnxPingResultsStdDevIngressUs) exceeds the configured threshold (jnxPingCtlIngressStddevThreshold) and the ingress StdDevThreshold bit is set in jnxPingCtlTrapGeneration.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PingIngressThresholdExceededAlarm

    Generated when the ingress time jitter (jnxPingResultsIngressUs) exceeds the configured threshold (jnxPingCtlIngressTimeThreshold) and the ingress threshold bit (jnxPingIngressThresholdExceeded) is set in jnxPingCtlTrapGeneration.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PingRttJitterThresholdExceededAlarm

    Generated when the round trip time jitter (jnxPingResultsMaxRttUs minus jnxPingResultsMinRttUs) exceeds the configured threshold (jnxPingCtlRttJitterThreshold) and the rttJitterThreshold bit is set in jnxPingCtlTrapGeneration.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PingRttStdDevThresholdExceededAlarm

    Generated when the standard deviation of the round trip time (jnxPingResultsStdDevRttUs) exceeds the configured threshold (jnxPingCtlRTTStdDev) and the rttStdDevThreshold bit is set in jnxPingCtlTrapGeneration.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    PingRttThresholdExceededAlarm

    Generated when the round trip time (jnxPingCtlRttThreshold) exceeds the configured threshold (jnxPingCtlRttThreshold) and the rttThreshold bit is set in jnxPingCtlTrapGeneration.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    RMon

    RmonAlarmGetFailureAlarm

    Generated when a GET request for an alarm variable returns an error. The specific error is identified by a varbind in jnxRmonAlarmGetFailReason.

    ACX, M, MX, and PTX Series routers

    Changing the Severity of Individual Alarms

    You can change the severity of the alarms to match your corporate procedures and guidelines. For example, at your company a DoS attack might be considered a critical alarm, while Connectivity Services Director has a default severity for DoS attacks as a major alarm. Alarms appear on both tabs in the Individual Alarms and Threshold Settings section: Alarm Settings and Threshold Settings.

    To change the severity of an alarm:

    1. Select the current severity in the Severity column. A list of the severity levels appear.
    2. Select the new severity level for the alarm.
    3. Click OK and Yes to confirm the change to the severity setting.

      To configure alarm notifications, see Configuring Individual Alarm Notifications.

    Configuring Threshold Alarms

    Threshold alarms are alarms that are generated when a monitored value crosses the configured threshold. They provide enhanced visibility into potential issues on the network. You configure and manage threshold alarms the same way as other alarms. You also have the option of setting the threshold level of individual threshold alarms.

    To set threshold alarm thresholds:

    1. Select the Threshold Settings tab in the Individual Alarms and Threshold settings section of the Fault tab.
    2. Click Edit Settings in the Threshold Settings column of the alarm threshold you want to edit.
    3. Set the threshold in the window that opens.
    4. Click Save to save the new threshold.

      To configure alarm notifications, see Configuring Individual Alarm Notifications.

    Configuring Individual Alarm Notifications

    You can configure e-mail notifications to be sent when an individual alarm is generated. When you enable notification for an alarm, the notifications are sent to the e-mail addresses configured for the alarm and the addresses configured for global alarm notifications. Alarms appear on both tabs in the Individual Alarms and Threshold Settings section: Alarm Settings and Threshold Settings.

    To configure e-mail notification for an alarm name:

    1. Select the check box in the alarm’s Notification column.

      If you later want to disable notification for the alarm, clear the check box.

    2. Click Edit Notification in the Notification column. The Alarm Notification Details window opens.
    3. Enter one or more e-mail addresses in the Notification Email Addresses field. Separate addresses with a comma (,).

      You can later edit the addresses to send notifications to different addresses.

    4. (Optional) Enter a comment in the Comments field. This comment is included in the e-mail notification message.
    5. Click Save.

    Disabling Optical Performance Monitoring

    From the Optical tab of the Preference page, you can disable optical performance monitoring by selecting the Disable Optical Performance Monitoring check box.

    Select the Disable Optical Performance Monitoring check box, if you do not intend to store optical parameters.

    Modified: 2016-08-29