Cisco Optical Network System Time-Division Multiplexing Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Release 9.0 (ONS-TDM)

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Cisco Optical Network System Time-Division Multiplexing Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Release 9.0 (ONS-TDM)
  • Cisco Optical Network System Time-Division Multiplexing Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Release 9.0 (ONS-TDM)

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    5 Dages kursus

    Optical Network Systems

    Kommende datoer

     Jul 17 to Jul 21, 2017
    Horsens

    Course Details

    Cisco Optical Network System Time-Division Multiplexing Synchronous Digital Hierarchy Release 9.0

    This lab-intensive course introduces you to the Cisco® Optical Network System (ONS) Family of time-division multiplexing (TDM) transport products. The Cisco ONS 15454 Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) Multiservice Provisioning Platform (MSPP) and ONS 15310-MA SDH Multiservice Platform (MSP) are SDH transport system components that can be mixed and matched to create high-speed optical transport networks. Topics include the SDH optical hierarchy STM-1 (155 Mbps), STM-4 (644 Mbps), STM-16 (2.5 Gbps), and STM-64 (10 Gbps). Instruction also includes how E-1 (2 Mbps) and E3 (35 Mbps) electrical signals are carried in the SDH optical links, and how to configure and build circuits through the Cisco Add/Drop Multiplexer (ADM) 10-Gbps card, a TDM card in the Cisco ONS 15454 SDH dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) solution. The course also describes electrical, Ethernet, and optical protection options; linear and ring topologies; circuit building; and troubleshooting. Three Cisco ONS 15454 SDH nodes and three Cisco ONS 15310 SDH nodes are available for the labs.

    After completing this course, you can:

    • List and describe the major features and benefits of the Cisco ONS SDH products
    • Set up and use PCs to connect to the Cisco ONS SDH network
    • Provision the shelf for 1:1 and 1:N electrical protection
    • Provision the shelf for optical protection multiplex section protection, path ring, and line ring
    • Create circuits at the virtual container (VC) 3 (VC-3) and VC-12 levels
    • Provision Ethernet ports and create circuits between Ethernet components
    • Move circuits using the bridge-and-roll capability of the Cisco SDH solution

    Course Outline

    • Cisco ONS 15454e and 15310e Product Overview
    • Introduction to SDH
    • Safety in Cisco ONS Systems
    • Optical Fiber Practices
    • Cisco ONS Documentation
    • Cisco ONS 15454e MSPP Shelf Layout and Components
    • Cisco ONS 15310e Shelf Layout and Components
    • Cisco ONS System Setup and Login
    • SDH Timing
    • Cisco ONS Protection Groups
    • Point-to-Point and Linear ADM Configurations
    • Cisco ONS Circuits and Cross-Connections
    • Cisco ONS Path Protection Rings
    • Cisco ONS VC Tunnels and Circuits
    • Cisco ONS Line Protection Rings
    • Maintenance and Performance Monitoring
    • Loopbacks in Fiber, Copper, and Coaxial Cable
    • Introduction to ADM 10 Gbps
    • Protection in the ADM 10-Gbps Subnetwork
    • Circuits in the ADM 10-Gbps Subnetwork
    • Introduction to Ethernet
    • Cisco ONS Multiservice-over-SDH Applications and Layer 1 Circuits
    • Rapid Packet Ring Network and Circuits
    • Bridge-and-Roll Circuit Feature
    • Deleting a Line-Switched Node
    • Adding a Line-Switched Node

     

     

     

    Lab Outline

    • Lab 1: Setting Up and Logging in to Cisco Transport Controller
    • Lab 2: Configuring SDH Timing
    • Lab 3: Setting Up Protection Groups
    • Lab 4: Provisioning and Testing a Point-to-Point Network
    • Lab 5: Creating Manually Routed E3 Circuits
    • Lab 6: Creating a Path-Protected Ring
    • Lab 7: Creating VC12 Tunnels and Circuits
    • Lab 8: Creating a Two-Fiber Line-Protected Ring
    • Lab 9: Creating and Testing Ethernet Circuits at Layer 1
    • Lab 10: Creating and Testing Resilient Packet Ring Ethernet Ring at Layer 2
    • Lab 11: Implementing Bridge-and-Roll Circuits
    • Lab 12: Troubleshooting Problems

     

     

    This course is for technical professionals who:

    • Perform maintenance on SDH networks
    • Design and engineer SDH networks
    • Need an understanding of SDH transport network components, interconnection, circuit building, and maintenance

    Following are the prerequisites for this course:

    • Knowledge of E1, E3, and SDH