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Cisco Bug: CSCta54889 - OTU2XP: Port config of Port3 and4 are not same in splitter and EFEC mode

Last Modified

Jan 31, 2017

Products (1)

  • Cisco ONS 15454 Series Multiservice Provisioning Platforms

Known Affected Releases

9.00 9.10

Description (partial)

Symptom:
1) Port Config of Port-3 and Port-4 are not same in splitter and EFEC modes
2) The splitter protection cannot be deleted in this stage.

Conditions:
Scenario-1:
1) Create Channel1-3 with Trans/Squelch and Channel 2-4 with Line/Ais
2) Create splitter protection.
3) Now the port -3 will have Trans/Squelch and Port-4 will have Line/Ais.
4) Deletion of protection group will be denied.

Scenario-2:
1) Create Channel1-3 with Trans/Squelch and Channel 2-4 with Line/Ais
2) Change mode from Transponder to EFEC
3) Now the port -3 will have Trans/Squelch and Port-4 will have Line/Ais.

Scenario -3:
1. Have NE-Default setting for OUT2XP as Termination mode as Transparent and AIS/Squelch as AIS.
2. Now configure port 1 and 3 in LAN to WAn mode and observe that port mode of these are 10GLANWANLINE-SQUELCH.
3. Then create  Port 4 as payload SONET, rtrv-och port 4 and observe that port 4 is in Trans-AIS mode.
4. Create splitter between port 3 and port 4 and rtrv-och-all.
5. Observe that Port 1 and 3 are in LINE- Squelch mode but Port 4 is in TRANS-AIS mode. So when port 3 is active, it behaves like LTE and report and inject alarms accordingly and when port 4 is active it behaves like Transparent and report and inject alarms accordingly.
7. Now try to delete the splitter, it will throw a provisioning error msg (since AIS/SQELCH setting of port 3 and port 4 are different)
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