The user cannot Assign Ring Channels in specific circumstances.
Last updated on AUGUST 10, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Communications Objectel - Version: 2.5.2 to 2.5.2 - Release: 2.5 to 2.5
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (32-bit)
"1. Create three Sonet Nodes (SN1; SN2; SN3) under three COLO (CO1; CO2; CO3) , with West and East ports = Optical Ports; Signal Type= OC48.and Low speed ports= FEP; Signal Type=DS02. Create a SONET network =SONET 1.3. Drag and drop SN1; SN2; SN3 nods in the SONET graphical area.4. Create a SONET base facility betweenSN1-SN2SN2-SN3SN3-SN15. Assign the facilities to the SONET network.6. Save the network.7. Create under CO1 a Patch Panel (PP1) with Functonal Eq. Ports =DS0.8.Create a Functional Equipment Domain (DOM1)9. Drag and drop SN1; SN2; SN3; PP1 nods in the DOM1 graphical area.10. Create two External connections between PP1 and SN1. (ExC01;ExC02)11. Create a TDM Rider facility (DS0)- Source and Target is PP1.12. In Side Gap Resolution dialog Drag from Objectel System tree CO1 and drop it. (CO1---CO1)13. Add the SONET network to the facility.14. In Functional Equipment Gap Resolution dialog, right- click on the line betwwen PP1 and SN1 and select "" ExC01"" -one of the created External Connections. 15. Right on the ring (SONET network representation) and select Assign Ring Channels/ SONET1.16. In the Sub circuit Implementation dialog, right- click on the line between SN1-SN2 and select ""Reserve full ring"" (or select ""Reserve half ring"").RESULT:Objectel message pops up: ""This facility/ connection doesn't support requested signal!The user cannot Assign Ring Channels to complete a rider facility - The facility has the Source and the Target the same."
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