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MSS is displaying nodes in wrong sequence in the blocks for Sonet Network Assignments. (Doc ID 1917815.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 23, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Communications MetaSolv Solution - Version 6.0.16 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

PROBLEM DESCRIPTION
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While assigning circuit to a SONET network system the MSS DLR is displaying nodes in wrong sequence in the design lines.
For example: for Network System with 4 nodes A, B, C & D, and a circuit between two nodes (B & D), passing thru an intermediary node C:
MSS should display the DLR with segments with sequence of nodes as: Node B > Node C and Node C > Node D

But, instead it is displaying as Node C > Node D & Node C > Node B

Reversing the sequence brings: Node B > Node C and Node D > Node C that is not satisfactory as well.


STEPS:
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1. Create a Network System SONET Ring with 4 nodes, 4 fibers, OC12, Protection: Line Switched, Bi-directional
2. Autobuild to DS1 positions
3. Create a DS1 facility circuit
4. Assign positions in a SONET Route covering Node B to Node D, passing thru Node C
5. MSS displays the above behavior.


Cause

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