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You can create a chassis alarm definition by selecting various options such as DS1, Ethernet, and integrated service, and so on.

Create Chassis Alarm Definition

Procedure

To create Chassis Alarm Definition:

  1. Enter the information specified in Table 318 to create Chassis Alarm Definition.

    Table 318: Chassis Alarm Definition Options

    Chassis Component

    Alarm Configuration Option

    DS1

    Alarm indicator signal (ais)

    Yellow alarm (ylw)

    Select an alarm condition from the list for DS1:

    • Ignore

    • Red

    • Yellow

    • None

    Ethernet

    Link is down (link-down)

    Select an alarm condition from the list for Ethernet:

    • Ignore

    • Red

    • Yellow

    • None

    Integrated Services

    Hardware or software failure (failure)

    Select an alarm condition from the list for Integrated Services:

    • Ignore

    • Red

    • Yellow

    • None

    Management Ethernet

    Link is down (link-down)

    Select a alarm condition from the list for Management Ethernet:

    • Ignore

    • Red

    • Yellow

    • None

    Optical Tansport Network Optical channel Data Unit (OTN ODU)

    Backward defect indication (odu-bdi)

    Payload type mismatch (odu-ptim)

    Trail trace identifier mismatch (odu-ttim)

    Select a alarm condition from the list for OTN ODU:

    • Ignore

    • Red

    • Yellow

    • None

    Optical Tansport Network Optical channel Transport Unit (OTN OTU)

    Loss of frame (oc-lof)

    Loss of multiframe (oc-lom)

    Loss of signal (oc-los)

    Backward defect indication (oc-bdi)

    Forward error correction excessive FEC errors (out-fec-excessive-errs)

    Incoming alignment error (out-iae)

    Trail trace identifier mismatch (out-ttim)

    Wavelength-Lock (Wavelength Lock)

    Select a alarm condition from the list for OTN OTU:

    • Ignore

    • Red

    • Yellow

    • None

    Serial

    Clear-to-send (CTS) signal absent (cts-absent)

    Data carrier detect (DCD) signal absent (dcd-absent)

    Data set ready (DSR) signal absent (dsr absent)

    Loss of receive clock (loss-of-rx-clock)

    Loss of transmit clock (loss-of-tx-clock)

    Select an alarm condition from the list for Serial:

    • Ignore

    • Red

    • Yellow

    • None

    Services

    Services module hardware down (hw-down)

    Services link down (linkdown)

    Services module held in reset (pic-hold-reset)

    Services module reset (pic-reset)

    Receive errors (rx-errors)

    Services module software down (sw-down)

    Transmit errors (tx-errors)

    Select an alarm condition from the list for Services:

    • Ignore

    • Red

    • Yellow

    • None

    DS3

    Alarm indication signal (ais)

    Excessive number of zeros (exz)

    Far-end receive failure (ferf)

    Idle alarm (idle)

    Line code violation (lcv)

    Loss of frame (lof)

    Loss of signal (los)

    Phase-locked loop out of lock (pll)

    Yellow alarm (ylw)

    Select an alarm condition from the list for DS3:

    • Ignore

    • Red

    • Yellow

    • None

  2. Click OK to create Chassis Alarm Definition.

    The Chassis Alarm Definition page appears.

  3. Click Cancel to cancel your entries and returns to the Chassis Alarm Definition page.

Edit Chassis Alarm Definition

Procedure

To edit Chassis Alarm Definition:

  1. Click the pencil icon on the upper right side of the Chassis Alarm Definition page.

    See Table 318 for the options available for editing the Chassis Alarm Definition page.

  2. Click OK.
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