ONS 15454 Reference Manual R8.5.x -- Administrative and Service States

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This appendix describes administrative and service states for Cisco ONS 15454 cards, ports, and cross-connects. For circuit state information, refer to Circuits and Tunnels. Entity states in Software Release 5.0 and later are based on the generic state model defined in Telcordia GR-1093-CORE, Issue 2 and ITU-T X.731.

This appendix contains the following sections:

Contents

Service States

Service states include a Primary State (PST), a Primary State Qualifier (PSTQ), and one or more Secondary States (SST). Table B-1 lists the service state PSTs and PSTQs supported by the ONS 15454.

Table B-1: ONS 15454 Service State Primary States and Primary State Qualifiers
Primary State, Primary State Qualifier Definition

IS-NR

(In-Service and Normal) The entity is fully operational and will perform as provisioned.

OOS-AU

(Out-of-Service and Autonomous) The entity is not operational because of an autonomous event.

OOS-AUMA

(Out-of-Service and Autonomous Management) The entity is not operational because of an autonomous event and has also been manually removed from service.

OOS-MA

(Out-of-Service and Management) The entity has been manually removed from service.

Table B-2 defines the SSTs supported by the ONS 15454.

Table B-2: ONS 15454 Secondary States
Secondary State Definition

AINS

(Automatic In-Service) The entity is delayed before transitioning to the IS-NR service state. The transition to IS-NR depends on the correction of conditions, or on a soak timer. Alarm reporting is suppressed, but traffic is carried. Raised fault conditions, whether or not their alarms are reported, can be retrieved on the CTC Conditions tab or by using the TL1 RTRV-COND command.

DSBLD

(Disabled) The entity was manually removed from service and does not provide its provisioned functions. All services are disrupted; the entity is unable to carry traffic.

Note: OC-N ports and connections in the DSBLD state continue to send an Alarm Indication Signal Line (AIS-L).

FLT

(Fault) The entity has a raised alarm or condition.

LPBK

(Loopback) The entity is in loopback mode.

MEA

(Mismatched Equipment) An improper card is installed. For example, an installed card is not compatible with the card preprovisioning or the slot. This SST applies only to cards.

MT

(Maintenance) The entity has been manually removed from service for a maintenance activity but still performs its provisioned functions. Alarm reporting is suppressed, but traffic is carried. Raised fault conditions, whether or not their alarms are reported, can be retrieved on the CTC Conditions tab or by using the TL1 RTRV-COND command.

OOG

(Out of Group) The virtual concatenation (VCAT) member cross-connect is not used to carry VCAT group traffic. This state is used to put a member circuit out of the group and to stop sending traffic. OOS-MA,OOG only applies to the cross-connects on an end node where VCAT resides. The cross-connects on intermediate nodes are in the OOS-MA,MT service state.

SWDL

(Software Download) The card is involved in a software and database download. This SST applies only to cards.

UAS

(Unassigned) The card is not provisioned in the database. This SST applies only to cards.

UEQ

(Unequipped) The card is not physically present (that is, an empty slot). This SST applies only to cards.


Administrative States

Administrative states are used to manage service states. Administrative states consist of a PST and an SST. Table B-3 lists the administrative states supported by the ONS 15454. See Table B-2 for SST definitions.

Note: A change in the administrative state of an entity does not change the service state of supporting or supported entities.

Table B-3: ONS 15454 Administrative States
Administrative State (PST,SST) Definition

IS

Puts the entity in service.

IS,AINS

Puts the entity in automatic in-service.

OOS,DSBLD

Removes the entity from service and disables it.

OOS,MT

Removes the entity from service for maintenance.

OOS,OOG

(VCAT circuits only) Removes a VCAT cross-connect cross-connect from service and from the group of members.

Note: Only CE-100T-8 cards in link capacity adjustment scheme (LCAS) mode and FC_MR-4 (enhanced mode) cards in software LCAS (SW-LCAS) mode accept the OOG state.


Service State Transitions

This section describes the transition from one service state to the next for cards, ports, and cross-connects. A service state transition is based on the action performed on the entity.

Note: When an entity is put in the OOS,MT administrative state, the ONS 15454 suppresses all standing alarms on that entity. All alarms and events appear on the Conditions tab. You can change this behavior for the LPBKFACILITY and LPBKTERMINAL alarms. To display these alarms on the Alarms tab, set the NODE.general.ReportLoopbackConditionsOnOOS-MTPorts to TRUE on the NE Defaults tab.

Card Service State Transitions

Table B-1 lists card service state transitions.

Table B-4: ONS 15454 Card Service State Transitions
Current Service State Action Next Service State

IS-NR

Change the administrative state to OOS,MT.

OOS-MA,MT

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS

Remove the card.

OOS-AU,UEQ

Reset the card.

OOS-AU,SWDL

Alarm/condition is raised.

OOS-AU,FLT

OOS-AU,AINS & MEA

Remove the card.

OOS-AU,AINS & UEQ

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS if the card is valid

OOS-AUMA,MEA & UAS if the card is invalid

OOS-AU,AINS & SWDL

Restart completed.

IS-NR

Remove the card.

OOS-AU,AINS & UEQ

OOS-AU,AINS & UEQ

Insert a valid card.

OOS-AU,AINS & SWDL

Insert an invalid card.

OOS-AU,AINS & MEA

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS & UEQ

OOS-AU,FLT

Remove the card.

OOS-AU,UEQ

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS

Change the administrative state to OOS,MT.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT

Reset the card.

OOS-AU,SWDL

Alarm/condition is cleared.

IS-NR

OOS-AU,MEA

Remove the card.

OOS-AU,UEQ

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS if the card is valid

OOS-AUMA,MEA & UAS if the card is invalid

Change the administrative state to OOS,MT.

OOS-AUMA,MEA & MT

OOS-AU,SWDL

Restart completed.

IS-NR

Remove the card.

OOS-AU,UEQ

OOS-AU,UEQ

Insert a valid card.

OOS-AU,SWDL

Insert an invalid card.

OOS-AU,MEA

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS & UEQ

Change the administrative state to OOS,MT.

OOS-AUMA,MT & UEQ

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT

Remove the card.

OOS-AUMA,MT & UEQ

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS

Change the administrative state to IS.

OOS-AU,FLT

Reset the card.

OOS-AUMA,MT & SWDL

Alarm/condition is cleared.

OOS-MA,MT

OOS-AUMA,MEA & MT

Change the administrative state to IS.

OOS-AU,MEA

Remove the card.

OOS-AUMA,MT & UEQ

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS if the card is valid

OOS-AUMA,MEA & UAS if the card is invalid

OOS-AUMA,MEA & UAS

Remove the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS & UEQ

Provision the card.

OOS-AU,MEA

OOS-AUMA,MT & SWDL

Restart completed.

OOS-MA,MT

Remove the card.

OOS-AUMA,MT & UEQ

OOS-AUMA,MT & UEQ

Change the administrative state to IS.

OOS-AU,UEQ

Insert a valid card.

OOS-AUMA,MT & SWDL

Insert an invalid card.

OOS-AUMA,MEA & MT

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS & UEQ

OOS-AUMA,UAS

Remove the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS & UEQ

Provision an invalid card.

OOS-AU,MEA

Provision a valid card.

OOS-AU,SWDL

OOS-AUMA,UAS & UEQ

Insert a valid card.

OOS-AU,SWDL

Insert an invalid card.

OOS-AUMA,MEA & UAS

Preprovision a card.

OOS-AU,AINS & UEQ

OOS-MA,MT

Change the administrative state to IS.

IS-NR

Delete the card.

OOS-AUMA,UAS

Remove the card.

OOS-AUMA,MT & UEQ

Reset the card.

OOS-AUMA,MT & SWDL

Alarm/condition is raised.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT

Port and Cross-Connect Service State Transitions

Table B-5 lists the port and cross-connect service state transitions. Port states do not impact cross-connect states with one exception. A cross-connect in the OOS-AU,AINS service state cannot transition autonomously into the IS-NR service state until the parent port is in the IS-NR service state.

You cannot transition a port from the IS-NR service state to the OOS-MA,DSBLD service state. You must first put the port in the OOS-MA,MT service state. Once a port is in the OOS-MA,MT state, the NODE.general.ForceToOosDsbldStateChange default setting of TRUE allows you to put a port in OOS-MA,DSBLD even if the following conditions exist:

  • The port is a timing source.
  • The port is used for line, section, or tunneling DCC.
  • The port supports 1+1 protection or bidirectional line switched rings (BLSRs).
  • Cross-connects are present on the port.
  • Overhead connections or overhead terminations are in use (such as express orderwire, local orderwire, or user data channels [UDCs]).

To change this behavior so that you cannot put a port in OOS-MA,DSBLD if any of these conditions exist, set the NODE.general.ForceToOosDsbldStateChange default setting to FALSE. For the procedure to change node defaults, refer to the "Maintain the Node" chapter in the Cisco ONS 15454 Procedure Guide.

The following ports do not support all of the service states listed in Table B-5:

  • E-Series Ethernet ports do not support service states; these ports are either enabled or disabled.
  • FC_MR-4 ports support the IS-NR; OOS-MA,DSBLD; and OOS-MA,MT service states; they do not support the OOS-AU,AINS service state.

Note: Deleting a port or cross-connect removes the entity from the system. The deleted entity does not transition to another service state.

Note: The DS1 port service state on the DS3XM-12 card is based on the DS3 service state.

Table B-5: ONS 15454 Port and Cross-Connect Service State Transitions
Current Service State Action Next Service State

IS-NR

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,MT administrative state.

OOS-MA,MT

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS,AINS administrative state.

OOS-AU,AINS1

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,OOG administrative state.

OOS-MA,MT & OOG

Alarm/condition is raised.

OOS-AU,FLT

OOS-AU,FLT & OOG for a VCAT cross-connect

(Cross-connect only) Put the cross-connect in the OOS,DSBLD administrative state.

OOS-MA,DSBLD

OOS-MA,DSBLD & OOG for a VCAT cross-connect

OOS-AU,AINS

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS administrative state.

IS-NR

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,MT administrative state.

OOS-MA,MT

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,DSBLD administrative state.

OOS-MA,DSBLD

OOS-MA,DSBLD & OOG for a VCAT cross-connect

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,OOG administrative state.

OOS-MA,MT and OOG

Alarm/condition is raised.

OOS-AU,AINS & FLT

OOS-AU,AINS & FLT & OOG for a VCAT cross-connect

OOS-AU,AINS & FLT

Alarm/condition is cleared.

OOS-AU,AINS

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS administrative state.

OOS-AU,FLT

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,DSBLD administrative state.

OOS-MA,DSBLD

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,MT administrative state.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,OOG administrative state.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT & OOG

OOS-AU,AINS & FLT & OOG

Alarm/condition is cleared.

OOS-AU,AINS or OOS-MA,MT

  • If an In Group member is IS-NR or OOS-AU,AINS, the member transitions to OOS-AU,AINS
  • If an In Group member is OOS-MA,MT, the member transitions to OOS-MA,MT

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the IS administrative state.

OOS-AU,FLT & OOG

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,DSBLD administrative state.

OOS-MA,DSBLD & OOG

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,MT administrative state.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT & OOG

OOS-AU,FLT

Alarm/condition is cleared.

IS-NR

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS,AINS administrative state.

OOS-AU,AINS & FLT

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,DSBLD administrative state.

OOS-MA,DSBLD

OOS-MA,DSBLD & OOG for a VCAT cross-connect

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,MT administrative state

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,OOG administrative state.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT & OOG

OOS-AU,FLT & OOG

Alarm/condition is cleared.

IS-NR or OOS-MA,MT

  • If an In Group member is IS-NR or OOS-AU,AINS, the member transitions to IS-NR.
  • If an In Group member is OOS-MA,MT, the member transitions to OOS-MA,MT

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the IS,AINS administrative state.

OOS-AU,AINS & FLT & OOG

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,DSBLD administrative state.

OOS-MA,DSBLD & OOG

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,MT administrative state.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT & OOG

OOS-AUMA,FLT & LPBK & MT

Release the loopback.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT

Alarm/condition is cleared.

OOS-MA,LPBK & MT

OOS-AUMA,FLT & LPBK & MT & OOG

Release the loopback.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT & OOG

Alarm/condition is cleared.

OOS-MT,MT & OOG

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT

Alarm/condition is cleared.

OOS-MA,MT

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS administrative state.

OOS-AU,FLT

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS,AINS administrative state.

OOS-AU,AINS & FLT

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,DSBLD administrative state.

OOS-MA,DSBLD

OOS-MA,DSBLD & OOG for a VCAT cross-connect

Put the port or cross-connect in a loopback.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & LPBK & MT

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,OOG administrative state.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT & OOG

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT & OOG

Alarm/condition is cleared.

OOS-MA,MT & OOG

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the IS administrative state.

Note: VCAT In Group members are in the OOS-AU,FLT or IS-NR service state.

OOS-AU,FLT & OOG

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the IS,AINS administrative state.

Note: VCAT In Group members are in the OOS-AU,AINS & FLT or IS-NR service state.

OOS-AU,AINS & FLT & OOG

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,DSBLD administrative state.

OOS-MA,DSBLD & OOG

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,MT administrative state.

Note: VCAT In Group members are in the OOS-MA,FLT & MT service state.

OOS-MA,FLT & MT

Operate a loopback.

OOS-MA,FLT & LPBK & MT & OOG

OOS-MA,DSBLD

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS administrative state.

IS-NR

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS,AINS administrative state.

OOS-AU,AINS

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,MT administrative state.

OOS-MA,MT

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,OOG administrative state.

OOS-MA,MT & OOG

OOS-MA,LPBK & MT

Release the loopback.

Note: While in OOS-MA,LPBK & MT, both Cisco Transport Controller (CTC) and Transaction Language One (TL1) allow a cross-connect to be deleted, which also removes the loopback. This applies only to the cross-connect, not the ports.

OOS-MA,MT

Alarm/condition is raised.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & LPBK & MT

OOS-AUMA,FLT & LPBK & MT & OOG for a VCAT cross-connect

OOS-MA,LPBK & MT & OOG

Alarm/condition is raised.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & LPBK & MT & OOG

OOS-MA,MT

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS administrative state.

IS-NR

Put the port or cross-connect in the IS,AINS administrative state.

OOS-AU,AINS

Put the port or cross-connect in the OOS,DSBLD administrative state.

OOS-MA,DSBLD

OOS-MA,DSBLD & OOG for a VCAT cross-connect

Put the port or cross-connect in a loopback.

OOS-MA,LPBK & MT

Put the VCAT cross-connect in the OOS,OOG administrative state.

OOS-MA,MT & OOG

Alarm/condition is raised.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT & OOG for a VCAT cross-connect

OOG-MA,MT & OOG

Alarm/condition is raised.

OOS-AUMA,FLT & MT & OOG

1. For a VCAT cross-connect, an IS-NR to OOS-AU,AINS transition will not occur with a Loss of Multiframe (LOM) or Sequence Mismatch (SQM) condition on the member.


Pluggable Equipment Service State Transitions

The service state transitions for pluggable equipment are the same as for other equipment with the exceptions listed in Table B-6.

Note: Pluggable equipment (pluggable interface modules [PIMs] and pluggable port modules [PPMs]) will transition out of the UAS state when inserted if the software can read the EEPROM and identify information on the pluggable equipment. If the software cannot read the pluggable equipment, the equipment is considered invalid and will not transition out of the UAS state.

Table B-6: ONS 15454 Pluggable Equipment Service State Transitions
Current Service State Action Next Service State

IS-NR

Reset the pluggable equipment.

IS-NR

Provision an unsupported service rate.

OOS-AU,MEA

Pluggable equipment does not work with the board configuration.

OOS-AU,AINS & UEQ

Insert valid pluggable equipment.

IS-NR

Insert pluggable equipment with the incorrect rate.

OOS-AU,MEA

Pluggable equipment does not work with the board configuration.

OOS-AU,MEA

Delete unsupported service rate or modify provisioning so that the pluggable equipment is no longer a mismatch.

IS-NR

OOS-AU,UEQ

Insert valid pluggable equipment.

IS-NR

OOS-AUMA,MEA & MT

Delete unsupported service rate or modify provisioning so that the pluggable equipment is no longer a mismatch.

OOS-MA,MT

OOS-AUMA,MT & UEQ

Insert valid pluggable equipment.

OOS-MA,MT

OOS-AUMA,UAS

Provision valid pluggable equipment.

IS-NR

OOS-AUMA,UAS & UEQ

Insert valid pluggable equipment.

IS-NR

Insert pluggable equipment with the incorrect rate.

OOS-AU,MEA

Pluggable equipment does not work with the board configuration.

OOS-MA,MT

Reset the pluggable equipment.

OOS-MA,MT

Provision an unsupported service rate.

OOS-AUMA,MEA & MT

Pluggable equipment does not work with the board configuration.

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