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About the Services Provisioned Page

To access this page, click the Network tab and select Services>Provisioned in the left-nav bar.

This page lists all the provisioned optical services in the network.

Tasks You Can Perform

In addition to seeing the list of optical services in the network, you can view a specific optical service or delete a specific optical service from this page.

Field Descriptions

Table 38 explains the fields in the Services Provisioned page.

Table 38: Fields in the Services Provisioned Page

Field

Description

Name

The name of the service. The name is set when you create the service.

Wavelength

The wavelength, frequency, and multiplexer/demultiplexer channel number of the service.

The format is wavelength / frequency (channel-number).

State

The end-to-end state of the service (excluding the tail facility endpoint). The format is operational-status (administrative-state).

The following are the valid values for the operational status:

  • Up - All ports along the service path are up.
  • Down - At least one port along the service path is down.

The following are the valid values for the administrative state:

  • In-Service - All cross-connects along the service path are administratively in service.
  • Out-of-Service - At least one cross-connect along the service path is administratively out of service.

Source Device

The IP address of the device at the source.

The proNX Optical Director displays a device as a source or as a destination arbitrarily. There is no correlation between how it is displayed and how you assign the device when you create the service.

Source Port

The client port at the source device.

Destination Device

The IP address of the device at the destination.

The proNX Optical Director displays a device as a source or as a destination arbitrarily. There is no correlation between how it is displayed and how you assign the device when you create the service.

Destination Port

The client port at the destination device.

Critical

The number of critical alarms on devices along the service path.1

Major

The number of major alarms on devices along the service path.1

Minor

Not applicable.

1 This is a count of the following alarms in optical network equipment along the service path:

  • port and EDFA alarms in the service path
  • connection and channel alarms in the service path

Note: Alarms at the tail facility endpoint, if applicable, are not included in this count.

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