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Cisco Bug: CSCus85012 - Titano3A: Trunk port AIS/Squelch parameters wrong in advanced card modes

Last Modified

Apr 08, 2015

Products (1)

  • Cisco Prime Optical

Known Affected Releases

10.3(0.0.137)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
When the Titano3A (100GS-CK-LC) is configured in MPX-200G / MPX-CK-100G / MXP-10X10G-100G card modes, the AIS/Squelch parameters on the Trunk port are not aligned with CTC.

Trunk port

  CTC    AIS / Squelch
  --------------------------------------
  CPO    AIS / Squelch / Disable / LF
  
 
Please, check the attached screenshot for reference.

Conditions:
Steps to Reproduce:

- For MPX-200G card mode
       Equip one 100GS-CK-LC in slot 2 and the two M-CFP-LC in slot 3 and slot 4
       Configure the 100GS-CK-LC in MPX-200G card mode associating slot 2 as peer card and slot 3 as skip card
       Create the PPM on port 1 on 100GS-CK-LC
       Check the AIS/Squelch parameters on both CTC and CPO
					   
- For MPX-CK-100G card mode
       Equip one 100GS-CK-LC in slot 2 and one M-CFP-LC in slot 3
       Configure the 100GS-CK-LC in MPX-CK-100G card mode associating slot 2 as peer card
       Create the PPMs on port 1 on 100GS-CK-LC
       Check the AIS/Squelch parameters on both CTC and CPO
					   
- For MXP-10X10G-100G card mode
       Equip one 100GS-CK-LC in slot 2, one 10x10G-LC card in slot 3, one M-CFP-LC in slot 4
       Configure the 100GS-CK-LC in MXP-10X10G-100G card mode associating slot 2 as peer card and slot 4 as skip card
       Create the PPMs on port 1 on 100GS-CK-LC
       Check the AIS/Squelch parameters on both CTC and CPO
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