MTOSI File With Incorrect Layer Rate ID Mapping (Doc ID 793458.1)

Last updated on APRIL 23, 2009

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Discovery - Version: 5.1.0
This problem can occur on any platform.

Symptoms

Network Discovery produced an MTOSI XML file that contains incorrect layer rate ID mapping.

Currently following Layer rate IDs are mapped as:
73 ----->LR_OCH_Data_Unit_1
74 ----->LR_OCH_Data_Unit_2
76 ----->LR_OCH_Transport_Unit_1

It should be mapped as follows:
73 ------>LR_DSR_OC3_STM1
74 ------>LR_DSR_OC12_STM4
76 ------>LR_DSR_OC48_and_STM16


Currently following Layer rate IDs are mapped as:
11=LR_ATM_NI
12=LR_ATM_VC
13=LR_ATM_VP
15=LR_DIGITAL_SIGNAL_RATE
16=LR_DIGITAL_SIGNAL_RATE
17=LR_PHYSICAL_ELECTRICAL.
21=LR_DSR_6M
26=LR_E5_565M
40=LR_DSR_OC48_and_STM16
47=LR_E20_2x2M
49=LR_E3_34M
74=LR_OCH_Data_Unit_2


It should be mapped as follow:
11 = LR_VT2_and_TU12_VC12,
12 = LR_VT6_and_TU2_VC2,
13 = LR_Low_Order_TU3_VC3,
15 = LR_STS3c_and_AU4_VC4,
16 = LR_STS12c_and_VC4_4c,
17 = LR_STS48c_and_VC4_16c,
21 = LR_Section_OC12_STS12_and_RS_STM4
26 = LR_Line_OC12_STS12_and_MS_STM4
40 = LR_Optical_Channel, for WDM wavelength,
47 = LR_PHYSICAL_OPTICAL
49 = LR_OPTICAL_SECTION,
74 = LR_DSR_OC12_STM4


Cause

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