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Element Management System

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Objective

Why EMS?

Network Architecture
EMS UI EMS Functionalities

Advantages

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Element Management System (EMS)

Why EMS?
Tool to Effectively Plan and Manage Optical Transport Network Rapid introduction of Value Added Services Provides visibility of the NE resources and the Network Topology Tool for Network Health Monitoring and Fault localization Scalable to Manage networks

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Network Architecture

OSS Server

EMS

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EMS Interfaces

EMS
Java Java CORBA, SNMP,

HTTP/ SNMP

Planning Tool NES Physical Network Virtual Network

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Hierarchical Network View

NOC

Region -5 Region -1

Region -4 Region -2 Region -3

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Disaster Recovery(Hot Standby)

Master 192.168.4.10

Slave 192.168.4.11

VIP (Virtual IP) 192.168.4.20

NE1

NE2

NE3

NE-n

Master: In master all the mandatory servers are running, virtual IP is associated with hardware (MAC) address using aliased eth interface and database gets updated from traps received from NEs Slave: In slave only the hotstandby server running, virtual IP is not associated with hardware (MAC) address and database snapshot is obtained from master by vsftpd Virtual IP: It is the common IP associated with both master and the slave machine

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Disaster Recovery(Hot Standby) (contd.)

Normal Operation
In the normal mode of operation, the machine with highest priority will act as master machine and
the other machines will act as slave Machines

Machine failure or the application failure


In case of machine failure or the application failure, the slave machines will not receive consecutive
heartbeats Slave machines examine the network conditions If master machine has failed, all slave machines exchange general take over messages with priority Finally the one with highest priority will become master

Forced switch
Log into the TejEMS client with the appropriate user access profile Click Tools> Hotstandby - ForcedSwitch. The list of sever slave IPs page is displayed Select the IP of the machine to which forced switch to be performed.Click forced switch
Note: After forced switch operation is successful one has to restart client after approx 7-8 minutes
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Disaster Recovery(Hot Standby) (contd.)

Link Failure between master and slave machines


In case of link failure between the master and the slave machines, the slave machines will not
receive consecutive heartbeats The network element traps are still sent to the master machine as there is no failure in the machine There is no switch over from master to slave, the master continues to be master machine

Link Failure between master and network elements


The network element traps are sent to the next priority slave machine There is switch over from master to slave. The slave machine will be the master machine

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Login and Logout

To login to the EMS client:


Open a web browser session
open URL http://<Virtual IP>/web/Ems.html Enter the user name, password and virtual IP in the Server IP field To launch a client from the machine, which is one of the EMS servers, double click the TejNMS Icon on the desktop and enter username, password, server IP and click login

Login to the UI with default


User Name: administrator Password: tejas

To logout
Go to file menu and select exit. A prompt indicating Do you really want to quit is displayed, select Yes to logout EMS
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User Interface Layout

The menu bar has a set of options


that are used to navigate through the application

File Layers Administration Tools Help

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Standard Icons and Color conventions

Icon

Description
Displays the Fiber View Displays the Management View Displays the Service View Displays the Partition View Displays the current alarms in the network Displays the historical alarms in the network Displays the current alarms (severity level = warning) on the entire network

Displays the current alarms (severity level = minor) on the entire network
Displays the current alarms (severity level = major) on the entire network Displays the current alarms (severity level = critical) on the entire network Displays the acknowledged alarms on the entire network Displays the switch View
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Views - TejEMS

The different views supported by TejEMS :


Fiber View

Management View Switch view Service View Partition View

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Fiber View

Actual physical topology of the


entire network managed by the EMS

A node in a network is represented


by a rectangle and name of the node

The fiber connectivity between the


nodes is represented by lines associated with numbers that signify the number of fibers running between the nodes

The color of each of the node


signifies the highest severity alarm associated with the node

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Fiber View (contd.)

To access the Fiber view


Log in to the TejEMS client with the appropriate user access profile Click Layers > Fiber View or click .The fiber view page is displayed To add a live node to the network
Right click in the Fiber View window and select Add Node. The Add Node window is displayed Enter the IP address (Router ID) of the node that is to be added to the network against the IP Address field Check the box Is GNE for the gateway network element Click Apply

To automatically add the nodes


Type the following commands on Linux Console: /opt/NMS/release/bin/AppClient status EMS DiscoveryD If it is running then it will show RUNNING else start the server with the following command: /opt/NMS/release/bin/AppClient start EMS DiscoveryD. Adding the GNE manually will now add all the nodes reachable from GNE, automatically.

To add an offline node to the network Right click in the Fiber View window and select Add offline node. The Add offline node window is
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Fiber View (contd.)

To find a node
Click Layers > Fiber View or click . The fiber view page is displayed Right click in the Fiber View window and select Find Node option The Node can be searched either with the names (either complete name or with string of alphabets to be
matched) or with the IP

To add a dummy trunk between the network elements Right click in the Fiber View window and select Add dummy trunk. The Add dummy trunk window is
displayed Enter the ports between which dummy trunk is to be added. Click Apply

To provision order wire segments for multiple nodes


Select the trunks connecting the nodes and right click in the fiber view window Click Create Order wire. The Planned Order wire Segments window is displayed Select the appropriate values against the Carrier Byte (either E1 or E2), Segment number, and Port
Admin Status fields Select the desired ports for each node from the pick list.Click Provision
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Fiber View (contd.)

To view capacity utilization details of the node


In the Fiber View, right click the desired node Click Capacity Utilization.The corresponding capacity utilization chart is displayed

To view capacity utilization details of the trunk

In the Fiber View, right click the desired trunk Click Capacity Utilization. The corresponding capacity utilization chart is displayed

To view partitions
To view details regarding the partitions in which a node is a member, right click the desired node in

the Fiber View and select Partitions The Partition Member window is displayed

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Fiber View (contd.)

To view trunks To view details of the trunks running between nodes, right click the corresponding trunk label and
select Attributes To view the details of the trunks that originate from a node, right click the node and select Trunk

To view the equipment view


In the Fiber View, right click the desired node Select equipment view. The view of the the equipment is displayed which gives access to the attributes of
individual PDH/Eth and SDH ports

To view the circuits


To view the circuits associated with a node from the fiber view, right click the desired node and

select Circuit The TjCircuit window with the circuit details is displayed
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Fiber View (contd.)

To view the current alarms


The user can view the current Alarms In order to view the current alarms, Right click on the particular node or trunk and select alarms>current alarms
or click the current alarms icon

To view historical alarms The user can view the historical alarms In order to view the historical alarms, Right click on the particular node or trunk and select alarms>historical
alarms or click on the historical alarms icon.

To upload alarms and configuration


In the Fiber View, right click the desired node Select upload alarms/configuration, to upload alarms and configuration of a node
Note: Other facilities in the fiber view described in the configuration management later
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Management View

Management View gives the management connectivity details between Tejas nodes This view gives information about the ECC bytes (DCC_M, DCC_R, F1, F2, F3, F2F3) used for communication between the nodes and the associated alarms

The nodes are represented by rectangle and the lines between them depict the management connectivity between them

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Management View (contd.)

To access the management view


Log in to the TejEMS client with the appropriate user access profile

Click Layers > Management View or click

. The Management View window is displayed

To view Network Interfaces and Overhead Tunnels


Right click the desired node on which you want to view the details of the network interfaces or the

overhead tunnels in the Management View Click either Interfaces or Overhead Tunnels correspondingly to view the related details

To view the path list


Right click the desired trunk and select path list Management link attributes page is displayed which gives the details of management trunk connectivity
between the nodes
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Switch view
The Switch View displays all the switches in the network. Each ELAN card is represented as an individual switch. The Switch View window will display all the switches with their respective node names and switch location.

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Switch view contd.


Field Description Node Name: Displays the node name of the respective switch Switch Name: Displays the switch name. For example Switch-1-6-0 where 1 is Chassis index, 6 is Slot index and 0 is Port index. Mac Address: Displays the MAC address of the switch VLAN Version Number: Displays the default version number for the VLANs which is prescribed by the VLAN standard. Max Vlan Id: Displays the maximum range of VLAN Id (4094). Indicates the maximum number which can be used as a VLAN id by the user. Max Supported Vlans: Displays the maximum number of Vlans that can be supported. Current VLAN: Displays the number of Vlans in the node currently. Force Protocol Version: IEEE 802.1d IEEE 802.1w IEEE 802.1s
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Switch view contd.


Spanning Tree Admin Mode: Enable Disable Bridge Forward Delay (sec.): Displays the time taken for a switch running the STP protocol to transition from the listening state to the learning state, and from the learning state to the forwarding state. Bridge Forward Delay (sec.): Displays the time interval in which a STP BPDU. Bridge Hello Time(sec.): Bridge Max Hops: Displays the maximum number of hops supported over a LAN which can be controlled by a STP algorithm. Bridge Tag Mode: .1Q Q-in-Q Bridge Ports: Displays the ports on the switch which are available for use. This includes both the ethernet ports which face the customer equipment and the VCG ports which are on the provider side.
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Service View

The Service view gives information


about the end-to-end circuit connectivity in the network

Nodes in the network are represented by


symbols that are unique to their type

The circuit connectivity between the nodes


is represented by lines associated with numbers that signify the number of circuits that exist between them

The color of the nodes signify the highest


severity alarm associated with the node

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Service View (contd.)

To access circuit details


Click Layers > Service view or click . Right click on the particular trunk and select circuits. Circuit window is displayed. Right click on the particular circuit and see the circuit state, granularity,
command status, path view and path list. Note: Creation of the circuit is dealt in configuration management but the details of the configured circuits can be viewed in the service view.

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Partition View

The partition view in EMS enables you to view


the entire network in parts/sections that facilitates network management

Sections/partitions can be created in a network that are reflected as single entity in the partition view

The color of the partition indicates the highest


severity alarm present in the partition

Line between the partitions indicate the


common node/circuit added to both the partitions

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Partition View (contd.)

To access the partition view


Log in to the TejEMS client with the appropriate user access profile Click Layers > Partition View or click . The Partition View window is displayed
To create a partition in the network Click Layers > Partition View or click Right click and select partition list > right click and click New. The New Partition window is
displayed Enter the object type, partition name and parent (root is the default). Click Create. To view the nodes added to partition.Right click>show children nodes

To create children partitions in the network


Click Layers > Partition View or click Right click and select partition list > right click and click New. The New Partition window is
displayed Enter the object type, partition name and parent (select the partition within which partition has to be created).Click Create
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TMN Functions

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TejEMS - Functionalities

FCAPS functionality

F - Fault Management
ability to identify, locate and repair problems

C - Configuration

Management

service and resource provisioning

A - Accounting Management
collection of data to support billing and asset management

P - Performance Management
Performance Management is the process of non-intrusive collection, analysis, and reporting of performance data

S - Security Management
control of access to network resources to maintain reliability

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Fault Management

Flexible alarm and event reporting


Customizable alarm severity levels Historical alarms for circuit availability data and analysis Sectionalize faults through alarm filtering Correlation of Alarms on circuit

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Fault Management (contd.)

To access the current alarms


To view current alarms at the network level, click current alarms icon. A list of all the current alarms in the network irrespective of the severity is displayed To view current alarms in the network based on the severity, click the current alarm icon To view the current alarms on specific objects, right click the object and select Alarms > Current Alarms. A list of current alarms raised on that object is displayed

To acknowledge the current alarms


In the view current alarms page. Right click on the particular alarm and select acknowledge. Note1: Acknowledge will display the acknowledged by and acknowledge message Note2: Acknowledging alarms from EMS will not acknowledge alarm in NES

To configure the alarms


Click Tools > Configuring Alarms. The Alarm Configuration window is displayed. The alarm can be configured for audio alert, severity level and blocking of any alarm.
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Fault Management (contd.)

To view historic alarms at the network level


To view historical alarms at the network level,Click the historical alarms icon. The Filter - History
Alarms window is displayed Check the desired criteria field and enter/select the parameters against the fields to specify the filtering criteria Click Apply. A list of all the historical alarms in the network that satisfy the criteria is displayed

To view the historical alarms on specific objects


To view the historical alarms on specific objects, Right click the object and select Alarms > Historical
Alarms.The Filter History Alarms window is displayed Check the desired criteria field and enter/select the parameters values against the fields to specify the filtering criteria Click Apply. A list of all the historical alarms associated with that object is displayed

Note1: Network level alarms include NES level alarms and EMS specific alarms Eg., node out of reach, node config out of sync Note2: Right click on any alarm in current or historical alarm page and select probable cause which displays the document giving cause, impact and clearing procedure for the particular alarm
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Configuration Management

Remote software control of all functions and attributes on network element

Easy and intuitive GUI to configure the products


Provides complete network view with ability to configure at the granularity of node, card or ports

Network- wide scheduled and non-disruptive software upgrades


Circuit provisioning

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To configure the node time Node time configuration allows the nodes to be in sync
with respect to time with the NTP server

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the required node and select Set Time. The corresponding Node Time window is

displayed Enter time, time zone, NTP server details Click Apply

To reboot the node Individual node can be given service disruptive / non service
disruptive reboot

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click the required node Click Reboot > Cold to give a non-service disruptive reboot or click Reboot > Service Disruptive to
give a service disruptive reboot. A prompt for a confirmation on the reboot is displayed Click no to return to the Fiber View or click yes to reboot the node

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To set the attributes of a node Ethernet IP can be configured for individual nodes
Click Layers > Fiber View or click Double click the desired node or Right click on the desired node and select Attributes. The

corresponding node attributes window is displayed Enter the name, location and Ethernet IP and mask length of the node Click Apply

To view the shelf details of a network element Gives the view of live cards on the node
Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the desired node and click Attributes Right click on the attributes window and click Shelf. The corresponding node Shelf window is

displayed To view the card details right click the shelf details and select Card. The corresponding Card details window is displayed

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To view the card parameters Allows individual port level configuration


Click Layers > Fiber View or click

Right click on the required node and select Equipment View. The corresponding equipment view
window is displayed which gives access to the attributes of individual PDH/Eth and SDH ports This window gives information about the cards that make up the network element. The ports on the cards, and the associated alarms can be configured from this window Right click the desired card/port and select attributes to view/set the attributes of the selected card/port Select the appropriate value against the Admin Status field and click OK To access the Alarms associated with cards/ports, click Alarms > Current Alarms/Historical Alarms accordingly

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To provision the MSP Group Configuration for port level protection



Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the desired node and click Attributes Right click on the attributes window Click Provisioning > MSP Groups. The Port Protection window is displayed Enter the work port, protect port, switch mode, revertion mode Click Apply.

To create a cross connect Selecting the source and destination port for traffic flow

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the desired node and click Attributes Right click on the attributes window Click Provisioning > Create Cross Connects. The Cross Connect window is displayed Select the capacity source port, source time slot, source protection mode, source reversion mode, source destination port, destination time slot, destination protection mode and destination reversion mode Click Apply

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To create circuits - Selecting the path between the source and destination node, and creating a circuit allows creation of all the cross connections required between the source, destination and intermediate nodes at a single go.

In the Fiber View, select the source and destination node. Right click and select the shortest path. The shortest path is highlighted. Right click in the window and select Add circuit. The create circuit window is displayed Enter the number of copies(no of circuits to be created), no of links(no of channels within a VCG---only for ethernet circuits), granularity, source port, source time slot, destination port, destination time slot and service identifier Lower part of the create circuit window displays the information of trunk connectivity between the source and destination node. Select the K-L-M values. Click ok Right click on the created circuit. Select provisioning>provision

Note: Circuit provisioning process displays partially provisioned in circuit command status column indicating that all the crossconnections required for circuit is not been created.The reason could be configuration mismatch on the PDH cards for eg Card configured as E1 on say source and destination card configured for DS1

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To add protection to a circuit A protection path can be defined for any circuit,
allows creation of all the cross connections required between the source, destination

and intermediate nodes at a single go for the protection path

Right click on the particular circuit and select protection > add manual protect path Add protect path window displayed. Select the straight lines>right click >add protect path Circuit window displayed. Select the timeslots for protection and click add Manual addition success window displayed. Right click on the circuit.Select provisioning>provision

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To schedule circuit provisioning


time defined

- Provisioning start and end time can be defined for any

circuit. The circuit is provisioned at the start time defined and unprovisioned at the end

Right click the desired circuit in the Tjcircuit window and click Provisioning>schedule provisioning. Enter the start and stop time for provisioning the circuit against the Provision Start Time and
Provision End Time fields.Select the repeat option which defines the repetition of circuit on daily/weekly/monthly or yearly basis

Click Apply

To filter the circuits in the network A particular circuit can be filtered from the list of
circuits created

Click Tools >Filter> Circuit. The Filter-TjCircuit window is displayed Check the field(s) that you choose as the criteria for filtering, and enter the appropriate values
against them Click Apply. Another window containing the match cases is displayed Double click an entry in the filtered list to access its attributes
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Configuration Management (contd.)

To create a trace circuit for PDH port

- If a circuit is deleted without unprovisioning, we can trace the circuit by selecting the particular source/destination PDH port through the equipment view and giving the trace circuit option

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right Click the source or destination node in the Fiber view window Click equipment view Right click the desired PDH_port >and click attributes The Port_PDH window containing the port number is displayed Click the desired port and click trace circuit If the circuit exists on that port, a trace circuit window containing the circuit path information will be displayed else an error message will be displayed

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To create trace circuit window for ETH card -

If an ethernet circuit is deleted without

unprovisioning, we can trace the circuit by selecting the particular source/destination ethernet port through the equipment view and giving the trace circuit option

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right Click the source or destination node in the Fiber view window Click equipment view Right click on the Ethernet card Click VCG/port_ETH, the window containing a list of VCG associations or the Ethernet circuits will be displayed

Click on any of the VCG associations and click Trace circuit If the circuit exists on that port, a trace circuit window containing the circuit path information will be
displayed else an error message will be displayed

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To create a trace circuit for TU - If a TU circuit is deleted without unprovisioning, we


can trace the circuit by selecting the particular source/destination TU through the equipment view and giving the trace circuit option

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right Click the source or destination node in the Fiber view window Click equipment view Right Click on any one of the aggregate ports and click AUG The AU window will be displayed then click on any one of the AU and click TU The TU window with associated TU attributes will be displayed Select any of the TU and click Trace circuit If the circuit exists on that port, a trace circuit window containing the circuit path information will be displayed else an error message will be displayed

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To create higher order trail -

Instead of creating individual lower order cross

connections in the pass through nodes a higher order trail can be created between the

pass through nodes and then add lower order cross connections between the source
and destination nodes

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Select the trunks through which the higher order trail has to be created Right click in the fiber view ->Add Circuit. The Create Circuit window is displayed Enter the granularity-VC4, source port, destination port and identifier and check the box create higher order trunk. Click ok.

Right click on the planned circuit in New circuit window-> click Provisioning Higher order trail reflects as a AU4 trunk between the source and destination nodes in the fiber view The lower order trails can be added by selecting the higher order trail trunk and then Right click in the fiber
view > Add circuit. The Create Circuit window is displayed

Enter the granularity, source port, destination port and identifier.Click ok Right click on the planned circuit in New circuit window-> click Provisioning
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Configuration Management (contd.)

To view path list through table view - Path list displays the complete PDH, SDH and
KLM details of the circuit created port details

Click layers> Fiber view or click Right click on any of the nodes and click >circuit The TJ circuit window with the circuits associated with that node will be displayed Click on any of the circuit and say path list The list of all the circuit paths associated with the circuit will be displayed. Click on any one of the rows and click >attributes

To provision Environmental Alarms

Configuration of environmental alarm allows to enter a string for display when external alarm triggers in the node

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the desired node and click Attributes Right click on the attributes window Click Provisioning > Environmental Alarm. The corresponding Environmental Alarm window is displayed Enter the string by which you want to identify each of the alarms against the Environmental Alarms field and click OK
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Configuration Management (contd.)

To configure an order wire Order wire channel can be configured by selecting the
path between the source and destination node, which creates a 64kbps channel for voice communication between the source and destination node

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the desired node and select attributes, to open the attributes window or double click
on the desired node, to open the attributes window Right click in the attributes window, click Provisioning > Order wire. The order wire window with the existing order wire segment details (if any) is displayed Right click in the order wire window and select Provision New Order wire Segment. The corresponding Order wire segment window is displayed Enter the segment no,carrier byte, port and select the admin status. Click Apply

To download the software A new version of the software can be uploaded onto
individual nodes by downloading the new version of the software

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the required node and select Download Software option. The corresponding
Download Software window is displayed Enter the IP address, user name, password, directory and file name.Click Apply
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Configuration Management (contd.)

To configure OSPF parameters OSPF ethernet enable allows to detect the shortest
path to the nodes in a network connected through ethernet interface.OSPF global enable allows to detect the shortest path to the nodes in a network connected through optical interface

Click Layers > Fiber View or click

Right click on the desired node and click Attributes


Right click on the attributes window Click Provisioning > OSPF_Configuration. The corresponding OSPF configuration window is displayed

Select either Enable/Disable against the OSPF Ethernet Enable and OSPF Global Enable fields to
correspondingly enable/disable the respective parameters.

Click Apply

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To configure the Ethernet ports The ports are configured for admin status,
autonegotiation and link integrity features

Right click the desired node in the fiber view and select equipment view The equipment view window displayed, right click the desired ethernet port. The corresponding attributes
window is displayed

Select the admin status, autonegotiation and link integrity Click Apply

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To create a VCG Association Allows to add desired number of VC12 and VC3
channels to the VCGs

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the desired node and click Attributes Right click on the attributes window Click Provisioning > VCG Association. The VCG Association window is displayed Select the work port, time slot , VCG, protection mode and circuit identifier Click Apply

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Configuration Management (contd.)

To add a static Route Static route configuration allows the


elements belonging to network with different subnet mask

access to network

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the desired node and click Attributes Right click on the attributes window Click Provisioning > TJ Static Routes. The corresponding Static Routes window is displayed with details regarding the existing static routes Right click on the static routes window. A menu with two options, to delete and to add static routes is displayed Click Provision New Static Routes. The TJ Static Route window is displayed Enter the destination network address, masklength, next hop and network interface Click Apply

To create MS-SP Group Configuration of MSSP gives shared bandwidth protection to STM16 products

Click Layers > Fiber View or click Right click on the desired node (STM_16 capacity). And click attributes Click provisioning > click create BLSR group The web page having the BLSR attribute window will be displayed Enter the east work port, west work port, ring type, ring ID,node ID, admin status and ring WTR time. Click Apply Tejas Networks India Ltd., 2008, Proprietary Information Rev1.2 Last update 12 Dec. 08 Reviewed by:

Configuration Management (contd.)

To take backup of EMS Allows to take the backup of complete EMS configurations

Click Maintenance> NMS maintenance > Backup NMS For the details of the backup, Click Maintenance > NMS maintenance > NMS backup status which displays
the directory in which EMS backup is stored, the time when last backup was taken and whether the backup process was successful

The backup is stored in the directory /opt/nms/release/NMS_backup

To restore EMS

Allows to restore EMS configuration

To restore the configuration of the EMS, Go to the directory /opt/nms/release/backup Execute the command ./uiRestore.sh ../NMS_Backup/filename

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Accounting Management

Inventory Report

Open interfaces for data exchange with third party applications

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Accounting Management (contd.)

To generate a node report

Click Tools > Inventory Reports > Node Report. The corresponding reports window is displayed Select the desired node by name and click Generate The default file name and type is generated which can be saved in the desired location or you can
specify the file name and type and location and click save

To generate the card report


Click Tools > Inventory Reports> card Report. The corresponding reports window is displayed Select the desired card from the list and click Generate The default file name and type is generated which can be saved in the desired location or you can
specify the file name and type and location and click save

To generate circuit report


Click Tools >Inventory Reports > Circuit Report. The corresponding reports window is displayed Check the desired priority (or priorities) and enter the criteria for filtering and click Generate The default file name and type is generated which can be saved in the desired location or you can
specify the file name and type and location and click save
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Accounting Management (contd.)

To generate cross connect report


Click Tools > Inventory Reports > Cross Connect Report. The corresponding reports window is
displayed Check the desired priority (or priorities) and enter the criteria for filtering and click Generate The default file name and type is generated which can be saved in the desired location or you can specify the file name and type and location and click save

To generate network alarm report


Click Tools > Alarm Reports > network alarm report. The corresponding reports window is
displayed Check the desired check box and enter/select the criteria for filtering and click Generate The default file name and type is generated which can be saved in the desired location or you can specify the file name and type and location and click save

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Accounting Management (contd.)

To generate circuit alarm report


Click Tools > Alarm Reports >circuit alarm report. The corresponding reports window is displayed Check the desired check box and enter/select the criteria for filtering and click Generate The default file name and type is generated which can be saved in the desired location or you can
specify the file name and type and location and click save

To generate card alarm report


Click Tools > Alarm Reports >card alarm report. The corresponding reports window is displayed Check the desired check box and enter/select the criteria for filtering and click Generate The default file name and type is generated which can be saved in the desired location or you can
specify the file name and type and location and click save

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Accounting Management (contd.)

To generate port alarm report


Click Tools > Alarm Reports >port alarm report. The corresponding reports window is displayed Check the desired check box and enter/select the criteria for filtering and click Generate The default file name and type is generated which can be saved in the desired location or you can
specify the file name and type and location and click save

To carry out audit log search Audit logs is a list of all events performed though the
EMS

Click Administration >Audit log search. The search window will be displayed Check the desired check box and enter/select the criteria for filtering and click apply

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Accounting Management (contd.)

To filter the Cards


Click Tools >Filters> Network Inventory. Filter-card window is displayed Check the field(s) that you choose as the criteria for filtering, and enter the appropriate values against
them

Click Apply. Another window containing the match cases is displayed

To filter the node


Click Tools >Filter> Nodes. The Filter-Physical Node window is displayed Check the field and enter the IP of the node against the IP Address field and click Apply to search for a

specific node Click Apply to sort a list of all the available nodes in the network

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Accounting Management (contd.)

To filter the circuit Click Tools >Filter> Circuit. The Filter-TjCircuit window is displayed Check the field(s) that you choose as the criteria for filtering, and select the parameters for filtering Click Apply. Another window containing the match cases is displayed

To filter the cross connect Click Tools >Filters>Cross Connect. The Filter-Cross Connect window is displayed Check the field(s) that you choose as the criteria for filtering, and and select the parameters for filtering Click Apply. Another window containing the match cases is displayed

Note: For all the option of generating report and filtering, no selection of the filtering criteria and clicking apply will display all the parameters without filtering

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Accounting Management (contd.)

To create customer database

Click administration > customer settings Customer window is displayed. Right click > new >new customer window displayed Enter the details of the customer which includes name, email, address, fax, phone and contact person Click apply

Note: The customer name entered in customer settings appears as dropdown menu in the customer name field while creating a circuit

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Performance Management

Collects performance data from each network element as defined by SDH standard

Performance monitoring for every 15 minutes interval and 24 hour interval


Text performance reports

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Performance Management (contd.)

To view performance data for 15 min interval


Right click on desired node in fiber view and select equipment view Right click desired PDH/SDH port in the equipment view and select attributes Right click and select performance > recent data > 15 min data

To view performance data for 24 hrs interval


Right click on desired node in fiber view and select equipment view Right click desired PDH/SDH port in the equipment view and select attributes Right click and select performance > recent data/historical data > 24hr data
Note: Performance monitoring option to be enabled for a particular node or object for 24 hr data

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Performance Management (contd.)

To enable performance monitoring for 24 hr interval



From the main menu select administration> performance details > configure performance In configuration 24 hr monitoring select disable/enable/include list and click apply Disable will disable 24 hr performance monitoring on the nodes Enable all will enable 24 hr performance monitoring on all objects of the node Include list will enable performance monitoring only on those objects of the node on which monitoring is enabled

To add objects to the include list, Right click on desired node in fiber view and select equipment view Right click desired PDH/SDH port in the equipment view and select attributes Right click and select performance > Monitor PM > Enable

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Security Management

Hierarchical user rights based on privileges

User name and password protection

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Security Management (contd.)

To create profiles and profile actions


Click Administration > Security > Profile Setting. The Profile Info window containing information
regarding the existing user profiles is displayed Right click in the window and select New, to create a new user profile. The New-Profile Info window is displayed Enter a name for the profile being created against the Profile Name field and click Create Right click the desired profile info field and select profile actions to view the actions included in that profile Right click in the Profile actions window and select New to add new actions to the profile

To create groups and add objects to a group


Click Administration > Security > group Setting. The Group Info window containing information

regarding the existing groups is displayed Right click in the window and select New, to create a new group. The New-group Info window is displayed Enter a name for the group being created against the Group Name field and click apply To add the objects on to the group, Right click on desired node in fiber view and select equipment view Right click desired PDH/SDH port in the equipment view and select provision CNM group Select the group from drop down menu and click apply
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Security Management (contd.)

To add the user

Click Administration > Security > User Setting. The User Info window containing information regarding
the existing users is displayed

Right click and select New. The Create New User window is displayed Enter the user name and password in the corresponding fields. Select the desired group and profile for
the user and click Create Note: Login with the user name and password created for the user will restrict the user to actions defined in the profile and to objects defined in the group

To modify/ delete the existing user


Click Administration > Security > User Setting. The User Info window containing information regarding the
existing user is displayed Right click on the desired user and select Delete to delete the user or Click User Actions to view, add, and/or delete actions of this user
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Security Management (contd.)

To delete action table permissions


Click Administration > Security > Action Setting. The Action Info window containing information
regarding the existing actions is displayed

Right click the desired action entry and select Action Table Permissions. The window containing
information about action table permissions associated with the action is displayed

To delete action table permission, right click the desired field and select delete

To create new action information Click Administration > Security > Action Setting. The Action Info window containing information
regarding the existing actions is displayed

Right click and select New. The New-Action Info window is displayed Enter a name for the new action to be added Click Apply
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Security Management (contd.)

To view the session details

Click Administration > Security > session details. The user session window containing information
of the profile, IP address of the login to the server by different clients and the login time is displayed

Admin has the privilege to terminate the session of the user To terminate the session, right click on the desired session and select terminate

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Help

To view the license file Click help > license Lists the terms and conditions for use of EMS software

To view the user manual


Click help > user manual The link takes through the user guide document for EMS software

To view EMS build details


Click help > About TejNMS This displays a window indicating EMS version and build date

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Advantages

TejEMS facilitates exploiting optical network for profitable services

Auto synchronizations of network, no manual steps required


Different level of protection Data traffic setup Reduce effort, time, resources to manage thinking network Provides Open Interface allowing easy inter-operability with other vendors

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Thank You

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