Ionos Nms p5 Metering User Guide 253153970-05

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IONOS-NMS P5 METERING

Installation and User Guide

253 153 970-05

May 2011 – Issue 05

LIST OF CHANGES

(A new edition replaces all previous versions)



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253 153 970-05

October 2008

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Modifications for version P5.4

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May 2011

Modifications for version P5.5

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WARNING SAGEMCOM follows all the technical evolutions assiduously and continuously seeks the improvement of its products so as to make some profit fully its customers. Consequently, it thus assumes the right to make evolve without notice its documentation.

ENVIRONMENT Preservation of the environment as part of a sustainable development logic is an essential concern of SAGEMCOM. The desire of SAGEMCOM is to operate systems observing the environment and consequently it has decided to integrate environmental performances in the life cycle of its products, from manufacturing to commissioning, use and elimination.

PACKING : The presence of the logo (green dot) means that a contribution is paid to an approved national organisation to improve packaging recovery and recycling infrastructures. To facilitate recycling, please respect the sorting rules set up locally for this kind of waste

BATTERIES : If your product contains batteries, they must be disposed of at appropriate collection points.

THE PRODUCT : The crossed-out waste bin stuck on the product (or on its accessories) means that the product belongs to the family of electrical and electronic equipment. In this respect, the European regulations ask you to dispose of it selectively : • At sales points in the event of the purchase of similar equipment. • At the collection points made available to you locally (drop-off centre, selective collection, etc.).

In this way you can participate in the re-use and upgrading of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Waste, which can have an effect on the environment and human health.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS METERING ..........................................................................................................................................................................1 LIST OF FIGURES .............................................................................................................................................................9 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ............................................................................................................................................13 TYPOGRAPHICAL CONVENTIONS.............................................................................................................................14 GLOSSARY .......................................................................................................................................................................15 1. SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT...................................................................................................16 1.1 - GENERAL INFORMATION ..........................................................................................................................................16 1.1.1 - IONOS-NMS ..................................................................................................................................................16 1.1.2 - Architecture....................................................................................................................................................17 1.1.2.1 - General architecture .................................................................................................................................................17 1.1.2.2 - Software architecture ...............................................................................................................................................18

1.1.3 - Workstations ..................................................................................................................................................18 1.1.4 - Man-Machine Interface (MMI) .....................................................................................................................18 1.2 - INSTALLING THE CD WITH W INDOWS .....................................................................................................................19 1.2.1 - To install the Server + Client Applications ................................................................................................19 1.2.1.1 - To install the Server Application (with Client) .......................................................................................................19 1.2.1.2 - To install the Client Application...............................................................................................................................21 1.2.1.3 - To install the Proxy Application...............................................................................................................................22 1.2.1.4 - To install the NMSperftool Application...................................................................................................................23

1.2.2 - To install LCT application for equipment (FMX, Sagem-Link, FSP2000, FSP3000, ADR155E) ......23 1.2.2.1 - To install LCT application for equipment of type FMX, Sagem-Link, FSP2000, FSP3000 ............................23 1.2.2.2 - To install LCT application for equipment ADR155E.............................................................................................24

1.2.3 - Available configurations on Server IONOS-NMS.....................................................................................25 1.2.3.1 - To configure TFTP server........................................................................................................................................25 1.2.3.2 - To configure IP address of the server seen by the equipment...........................................................................25 1.2.3.3 - To configure the backup directories .......................................................................................................................25 1.2.3.4 - To configure the HTTP Proxy Function .................................................................................................................26 1.2.3.5 - To configure the function Traps Forward...............................................................................................................26 1.2.3.6 - To configure the parameters associated with the collection of performance ...................................................26 1.2.3.7 - To authorize the data entry of the accents and the special characters in the "Name" of the equipment .....28 1.2.3.8 - To inhibit control on the name of cross-connections in the audit of the equipment.........................................28 1.2.3.9 - To configure the time interval between IONOS-NMS and equipment...............................................................29 1.2.3.10 - To configure the performance parameters used by equipment .......................................................................29 1.2.3.11 - To configure the IONOS-NMS server name .......................................................................................................29 1.2.3.12 - To configure the send of mail on alarm change .................................................................................................29 1.2.3.13 - To configure the timers used for the send of mail..............................................................................................30 1.2.3.14 - To configure the send of mail on critical alarm..................................................................................................30 1.2.3.15 - To configure the send of mail on a “system” alarm...........................................................................................31 1.2.3.16 - To configure the send of mail on a specific event type .....................................................................................31 1.2.3.17 - To send a mail in relation to one sub-network, NE type and NE name ..........................................................32 1.2.3.18 - To configure the format of the sent mail..............................................................................................................33 1.2.3.19 - To configure a timer for the send of mails...........................................................................................................33 1.2.3.20 - To configure the feature of trails supervised in real time ..................................................................................33 1.2.3.21 - To allow the duplication of IP address .................................................................................................................34 1.2.3.22 - To configure the duration of the inactivity period and the number of attempts authorised before locking a user.............................................................................................................................................................................................34 1.2.3.23 - To activate the CORBA interface TMF814..........................................................................................................34 1.2.3.24 - To configure the scheduled task for Standby trail..............................................................................................35 1.2.3.25 - To configure the Ldap connection ........................................................................................................................36 1.2.3.26 - To configure SSH protocol ....................................................................................................................................37 1.2.3.27 - To configure the alarm multi-criteria filtering.......................................................................................................38 1.2.3.28 - To manage the inaccessibility status of the FOT155A by a trap......................................................................39 1.2.3.29 - To configure parameters for the ADR10000.......................................................................................................39 1.2.3.30 - To configure ssh protocol with EMS-ADR (ADR10000)....................................................................................40 IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 Page 4/236 SAGEMCOM document. 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1.2.3.31 - ADR10000 includes STM or data cards with electrical interfaces ...................................................................41 1.2.3.32 - To configure the number of Client sessions to the server.................................................................................41 1.2.3.33 - To configure the number of Client sessions per PC Client...............................................................................42 1.2.3.34 - To configure the SNMP trap generator................................................................................................................42 1.2.3.35 - Configuration file to display the long name of the trail(s) in relation to its alarm pk ......................................44 1.2.3.36 - To run the getTrailLongNames script...................................................................................................................45 1.2.3.37 - To configure the FMX backup configuration file.................................................................................................45 1.2.3.38 - To configure the user rights to perform actions from the Federator application ............................................46

1.2.4 - Available configurations on Client IONOS-NMS ......................................................................................47 1.2.4.1 - To configure the help on line...................................................................................................................................47 1.2.4.2 - To configure Internet Explorer to use HTTP Browser on the equipment of type ADR....................................47 1.2.4.3 - To configure Internet Explorer to use HTTP Proxy ..............................................................................................48 1.2.4.4 - To inhibit the data entry of spaces in the M1400 name of the equipment ........................................................48 1.2.4.5 - To activate the data entry of upercase in the M1400 name and longname......................................................48 1.2.4.6 - To configure the automatic deconnection of client after inactivity period .........................................................49 1.2.4.7 - To configure the number of NEs for which a warning message is displayed in NML View............................49 1.2.4.8 - To deactivate the automatic routing of trails/bearer SDH ...................................................................................49 1.2.4.9 - To configure the use of Proxy for SLF-v1 and SLF-N..........................................................................................50 1.2.4.10 - To configure the use of Proxy for SLF-H.............................................................................................................50 1.2.4.11 - To configure the use of client without an alarm window....................................................................................50 1.2.4.12 - To display the ADR10000 Proxy menu ...............................................................................................................50 1.2.4.13 - To configure the launching of the Equipment View (ADR10000) ....................................................................50

1.2.5 - The Application Easy Launcher under Windows .....................................................................................51 1.2.6 - To start the Server Application with Windows ..........................................................................................52 1.2.6.1 - To start the Server with Easy Launcher.................................................................................................................52 1.2.6.2 - To start the server without Easy Launcher............................................................................................................52

1.2.7 - To start the Client Application with Windows............................................................................................53 1.2.7.1 - To configure the time difference between client and server ...............................................................................54

1.2.8 - To close the Server Application with Windows.........................................................................................54 1.2.8.1 - To close the Server with Easy Launcher ...............................................................................................................54 1.2.8.2 - To close the Server without Easy Launcher. ........................................................................................................54

1.2.9 - To close the Client Application ...................................................................................................................54 1.2.10 - To start the HTTP Proxy Application with Windows ..............................................................................54 1.2.11 - To close the HTTP Proxy Application with Windows ............................................................................55 1.2.12 - To start the Proxy Application for SLF-v1 and SLF-N ...........................................................................55 1.2.13 - To close the Proxy Application for SLF-v1 and SLF-N .........................................................................56 1.2.14 - To start the Proxy Application for SLF-H under Windows ....................................................................56 1.2.15 - To close the Proxy Application for SLF-H ...............................................................................................56 1.3 - TO INSTALL THE CD FOR SOLARIS .........................................................................................................................57 1.3.1 - To install the Server and Client Applications ............................................................................................57 1.3.1.1 - To install the Server Application with Solaris ........................................................................................................57 1.3.1.2 - To install the Client Application with Windows......................................................................................................57 1.3.1.3 - To install the HTTP Proxy Application with Solaris ..............................................................................................57

1.3.2 - To install LCT application for equipment (FMX, Sagem-Link, FSP2000, FSP3000, ADR155E) ......58 1.3.3 - Available configurations on Server IONOS-NMS.....................................................................................58 1.3.4 - Available configurations on Client IONOS-NMS ......................................................................................58 1.3.5 - To start the Server Application with Solaris ..............................................................................................58 1.3.6 - To start the Client Application with Windows............................................................................................58 1.3.7 - To close the Server Application with Solaris.............................................................................................58 1.3.8 - To close the Client Application with Windows ..........................................................................................58 1.3.9 - To start the Proxy Applications with Solaris..............................................................................................58 1.3.10 - To stop the Proxy Application with Solaris..............................................................................................59 1.3.11 - To restart a SUN station with Solaris.......................................................................................................59 1.3.12 - To restart the Oracle database and the IONOS-NMS server with Solaris .........................................59 1.4 - TO INSTALL THE IONOS FEDERATOR ......................................................................................................................59 1.4.1 - To install the Client Application of IONOS-NMS ......................................................................................59 1.4.2 - To modify the configuration file...................................................................................................................59 1.4.3 - To start the Ionos Federator........................................................................................................................60 1.4.4 - To close the Ionos Federator ......................................................................................................................61 1.5 - DATABASE MANAGEMENT .......................................................................................................................................61 1.5.1 - To backup the database ..............................................................................................................................61 1.5.1.1 - Backup on line from the client application .............................................................................................................61 1.5.1.2 - Backup on line from a script with Solaris...............................................................................................................62 1.5.1.3 - To configure a Periodic backup « off line » with Solaris......................................................................................62 1.5.1.4 - Copy of backup directories on magnetic tape with Solaris ................................................................................62

1.5.2 - To restore the database...............................................................................................................................63 IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 SAGEMCOM document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page 5/236

1.5.2.1 - To restore of a backup with Windows ...................................................................................................................63 1.5.2.2 - List of available backup with Solaris ......................................................................................................................63 1.5.2.3 - Restore of a backup with Solaris ............................................................................................................................63 1.5.2.4 - Restore of backup directories copied on magnetic tape with Solaris ................................................................63

1.5.3 - To migrate a database .................................................................................................................................64 1.5.3.1 - Migration of a database with Windows. .................................................................................................................64 1.5.3.2 - Migration of a database with Solaris. .....................................................................................................................65

1.5.4 - Database Management (Split & Merge) ....................................................................................................65 1.5.4.1 - To split a IONOS-NMS database............................................................................................................................66 1.5.4.2 - Split with Solaris........................................................................................................................................................66 1.5.4.3 - Split with Windows....................................................................................................................................................67 1.5.4.4 - To merge two IONOS-NMS databases .................................................................................................................67 1.5.4.5 - Merge with Solaris ....................................................................................................................................................68 1.5.4.6 - Merge with Windows ................................................................................................................................................68

1.5.5 - Updating the traps managers table of NEs after a merge or a split ......................................................68 1.6 - EMS-ADR DATABASE MANAGEMENT (ADR 10000) .............................................................................................69 1.6.1 - To backup the EMS-ADR database ...........................................................................................................69 1.6.2 - To restore the EMS-ADR database in R7.2..............................................................................................69 1.6.3 - To restore the EMS-ADR database in R8.1..............................................................................................70 1.7 - TO SAVE THE EQUIPMENT DATABASES (EXCEPT METERING)..................................................................................72 1.8 - TO EXPORT EQUIPMENT INVENTORY IN A FILE XML .................................................................................................72 1.9 - TO EXPORT EQUIPMENT INVENTORY IN A FILE TXT .................................................................................................73 1.10 - TO EXPORT DETAILED EQUIPMENT INVENTORY IN A FILE TXT ..............................................................................73 1.11 - ALARMS RESYNCHRONIZATION OF IONOS-NMS FOR THE SERVER NETCOOL ..............................................74 1.12 - TO RUN THE FORCE POLLING SCRIPT ..................................................................................................................74 1.13 - TO RUN THE ALIGN-NES SCRIPT...........................................................................................................................74 2. TOPOLOGY MANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................................................76 2.1 - INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................76 2.2 - TOPOLOGY VIEW WINDOW .....................................................................................................................................76 2.3 - SUB-NETWORK ADMINISTRATION ............................................................................................................................78 2.3.1 - To create a sub-network ..............................................................................................................................78 2.3.2 - To display/modify the properties of a sub-network ..................................................................................80 2.3.3 - To move a sub-network ...............................................................................................................................82 2.3.4 - To delete a sub-network ..............................................................................................................................83 2.3.5 - To rename a sub-network............................................................................................................................83 2.3.6 - To change the sub-network background image .......................................................................................83 2.3.7 - To delete the sub-network background image .........................................................................................83 2.4 - ADMINISTRATION OF NETWORK ELEMENTS (NE, VNE) .........................................................................................84 2.4.1 - To create a network element.......................................................................................................................84 2.4.2 - To copy a network element (NE, VNE)......................................................................................................90 2.4.3 - To move a network element (NE, VNE) ....................................................................................................90 2.4.4 - To delete a network element (NE, VNE) ...................................................................................................90 2.4.5 - To rename a network element (NE, VNE).................................................................................................91 2.4.6 - To display and modify the properties of a network element ...................................................................91 2.4.7 - To modify the M1400 name of a network element (NE, VNE) ...............................................................93 2.4.8 - To audit a network element (NE)................................................................................................................96 2.4.9 - To reapplicate the general parameters in a network element (NMS to NE) ......................................105 2.4.10 - To align the capacity parameters from a network element (NE to NMS) .........................................107 2.4.11 - To perform an inventory alignment for a network element (NE)........................................................108 2.4.12 - To display and modify the configuration of an equipment ..................................................................110 2.4.13 - To display and modify the SNMP parameters......................................................................................112 2.4.14 - To Back up the database of a network element...................................................................................113 2.4.15 - To restore the database of a network element.....................................................................................115 2.4.16 - To restore the database of ADR10000..................................................................................................116 2.4.17 - To update the software on a network element .....................................................................................117 2.4.18 - To Export the configuration of a network element ...............................................................................121 2.4.19 - To visualize the counters of performance for SLF-v1, Sagem-Link, SLF-N and SLF-H equipment ...................................................................................................................................................................................122 2.4.19.1 - To Visualize the graphs of performance collect ...............................................................................................122 2.4.19.2 - To export the collects of performance ...............................................................................................................124

2.4.20 - EMS API Integration.................................................................................................................................124 2.4.21 - To discover NE from Network (IP discovery) .......................................................................................127 2.4.22 - To seek an equipment using its name or of its address IP.................................................................130 IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 Page 6/236 SAGEMCOM document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited

2.5 - ADMINISTRATION OF METERING ELEMENTS (XP3000)........................................................................................132 2.5.1 - To create a network element (XP3000)...................................................................................................132 2.5.2 - To delete a network element.....................................................................................................................136 2.5.3 - To backup and visualize the data from a Data Concentrator (XP3000) .............................................137 2.5.4 - To launch the equipment view of a Data Concentrator (XP3000) .......................................................138 2.5.5 - To poll the accessibility of an equipment (XP3000)...............................................................................139 2.5.6 - To audit a network element (XP3000) .....................................................................................................140 2.5.7 - To reapply the general parameters in an XP3000 (NMS to NE) .........................................................141 2.5.8 - To realign the list of meters .......................................................................................................................143 2.5.9 - To Update the software on a NE element ( Data Concentrator ).........................................................144 2.5.10 - To Update the software on a NE element ( List of Meters ) ...............................................................147 2.5.11 - State Control of Meter Download ...........................................................................................................149 3. NML VIEW ...................................................................................................................................................................151 3.1 - INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................151 3.2 - NML VIEW WINDOW ..............................................................................................................................................151 3.2.1 - To display / filter a list of objects...............................................................................................................153 3.2.2 - List of objects in search area ....................................................................................................................155 3.2.3 - Data Concentrators ....................................................................................................................................155 3.2.4 - Meters...........................................................................................................................................................156 3.2.5 - To set the Meter delivery point..................................................................................................................158 3.2.6 - Meters load curve .......................................................................................................................................159 3.2.7 - Meter actions ...............................................................................................................................................162 3.2.7.1 - Start an action on a meter. ....................................................................................................................................162 3.2.7.2 - Status of an action ................................................................................................................................................163 3.2.7.3 - Result of an action ................................................................................................................................................164

3.2.8 - Tracking of multiple meter actions............................................................................................................165 3.2.9 - Data concentrator Task..............................................................................................................................166 3.2.10 - Security management between data concentrator and meters. ........................................................168 3.2.10.1 - Initialisation............................................................................................................................................................168 3.2.10.2 - Modifications in the NML view due to ciphering ...............................................................................................168 3.2.10.3 - Ciphering meter actions.......................................................................................................................................169 3.2.10.4 - One meter discover in ciphering mode..............................................................................................................169 3.2.10.5 - Meter move from one DC to another. ................................................................................................................169 3.2.10.6 - Start of ciphering specific meter actions. .........................................................................................................170 3.2.10.7 - Modifications of ciphering mode after first installation.....................................................................................170

3.2.11 - User rights management for metering features. ..................................................................................171 4. METER ACTIONS ......................................................................................................................................................172 4.1 - THE IONOS SYSTEM INFORMATION.......................................................................................................................172 4.2 - IONOSSI : STARTING AND CONFIGURING ..............................................................................................................172 4.3 - IONOSSI : SENDING COMMANDS ...........................................................................................................................173 4.4 - IONOSSI : STARTING AND CONFIGURING ..............................................................................................................175 5. ALARMS MANAGEMENT........................................................................................................................................176 5.1 - INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................176 5.2 - MANAGEMENT OF CURRENT ALARMS....................................................................................................................177 5.2.1 - To display the current alarms....................................................................................................................177 5.2.2 - To acknowledge a current alarm ..............................................................................................................179 5.2.3 - To unacknowledge a current alarm..........................................................................................................179 5.2.4 - To filter current alarms by criteria .............................................................................................................179 5.2.5 - To locate a current alarm...........................................................................................................................181 5.2.6 - To display the properties of a current alarm ...........................................................................................181 5.2.7 - To display the alarms unacknowledged cleared alarms .......................................................................182 5.2.8 - To display the new alarms.........................................................................................................................183 5.2.9 - To filter current alarms by multi-criteria ...................................................................................................184 5.2.10 - To activate the send of mails on alarms modification .........................................................................186 5.2.11 - To activate the send of mails on critical alarm .....................................................................................187 6. HISTORIES MANAGEMENT ...................................................................................................................................189 7. PREFERENCES MANAGEMENT ...........................................................................................................................193 7.1 - INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................193 IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 SAGEMCOM document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page 7/236

7.2 - PREFERENCES ......................................................................................................................................................193 7.2.1 - To change the IP address of the server ..................................................................................................193 7.2.2 - To change an icon image ..........................................................................................................................194 7.2.3 - To change the default properties of the Nes...........................................................................................195 7.2.4 - To change the default properties of sounds ...........................................................................................196 8. USERS MANAGEMENT ...........................................................................................................................................198 8.1 - INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................198 8.2 - ADMIN VIEW WINDOW............................................................................................................................................198 8.2.1 - To create a profile .......................................................................................................................................200 8.2.2 - To create a group........................................................................................................................................202 8.2.3 - To create a user ..........................................................................................................................................204 8.2.4 - To display/modify the properties of a profile ...........................................................................................205 8.2.5 - To display/modify the properties of a group............................................................................................207 8.2.6 - To display/modify the properties of a user ..............................................................................................209 8.2.7 - To copy a profile..........................................................................................................................................211 8.2.8 - To copy a group ..........................................................................................................................................212 8.2.9 - To copy a user.............................................................................................................................................213 8.2.10 - To delete a profile .....................................................................................................................................215 8.2.11 - To delete a group......................................................................................................................................215 8.2.12 - To delete a user ........................................................................................................................................215 8.2.13 - To lock a user............................................................................................................................................215 8.2.14 - To unlock a user .......................................................................................................................................216 9. IONOS SERVERS FEDERATOR ............................................................................................................................218 9.1 - INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................218 9.2 - DESCRIPTION OF IONOS SERVERS FEDERATOR ..................................................................................................218 9.2.1 - The map of Federator.................................................................................................................................218 9.2.2 - To visualize the alarms of a server ..........................................................................................................219 9.2.3 - To filter current alarms of a server by criteria .........................................................................................220 9.2.4 - To open a IONOS-NMS Client on a server.............................................................................................222 9.2.5 - To open a IONOS-NMS Client on a server with another user .............................................................222 9.2.6 - To force the connection of a server not connected................................................................................223 9.2.7 - To force the refresh of the map ................................................................................................................223 9.2.8 - To start a server ..........................................................................................................................................223 9.2.9 - To stop a server ..........................................................................................................................................223 9.2.10 - To backup the database of a server ......................................................................................................223 9.2.11 - To Restore the database on a server ....................................................................................................224 9.2.12 - To Change a server..................................................................................................................................224 9.2.13 - Backup 1+1 of IONOS NMS servers (Option)......................................................................................224 9.2.13.1 - Introduction............................................................................................................................................................224 9.2.13.2 - Procedure of backup ............................................................................................................................................225

APPENDIX - SPECIAL FUNCTIONS UPON OBJECTS ........................................................................................228 APPENDIX – EXAMPLE OF SPLIT/MERGE SCENARIO.......................................................................................231 APPENDIX – EXAMPLE OF SNMP TRAP GENERATOR CONFIGURATION ...................................................234

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LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1.1 : GENERAL ARCHITECTURE OF IONOS-NMS.................................................................................................17 FIGURE 1.2 : IONOS-NMS SOFTWARE PLATFORM ...........................................................................................................18 FIGURE 1.3 : W INDOW - IONOS SOLUTIONS SERVER – DIAGNOSTIC.................................................................................19 FIGURE 1.4 : W INDOW - IONOS SOLUTIONS CLIENT – DIAGNOSTIC ..................................................................................21 FIGURE 1.5 : W INDOW - NMSPERFTOOL – SCHEDULED TASK...........................................................................................23 FIGURE 1.6 : EASY LAUNCHER (1).......................................................................................................................................51 FIGURE 1.7 : EASY LAUNCHER (2).......................................................................................................................................51 FIGURE 1.8 : EASY LAUNCHER (3).......................................................................................................................................52 FIGURE 1.9 : W INDOW - START IONOS-NMS SERVER .......................................................................................................52 FIGURE 1.10 : DOS COMMANDS WINDOW ..........................................................................................................................53 FIGURE 1.11 : W INDOW - CONNECT TO WHICH NAME SERVER .........................................................................................53 FIGURE 1.12 : LOGIN W INDOW ...........................................................................................................................................53 FIGURE 1.13 : W INDOW – HTTP PROXY APPLICATION .....................................................................................................55 FIGURE 1.14 : W INDOW SLF-V1 SLF-N PROXY APPLICATION .........................................................................................56 FIGURE 1.15 : W INDOW – SLF-H PROXY APPLICATION ....................................................................................................56 FIGURE 1.16 : FORCE BACKUP W INDOW ............................................................................................................................61 FIGURE 1.17 : BACKUP /DATABASE W INDOW .....................................................................................................................62 FIGURE 2.1 : TOPOLOGY MAIN VIEW ..................................................................................................................................76 FIGURE 2.2 : W INDOW – CREATE SUB-NETWORK (1).........................................................................................................78 FIGURE 2.3 : W INDOW – CREATE SUB-NETWORK (2).........................................................................................................79 FIGURE 2.4 : W INDOW – CREATE SUB-NETWORK (3).........................................................................................................79 FIGURE 2.5 : W INDOW – SUB-NETWORK PROPERTIES / GENERAL ....................................................................................80 FIGURE 2.6 : W INDOW – SUB-NETWORK PROPERTIES / ADDITIONAL INFORMATION .........................................................81 FIGURE 2.7 : W INDOW – SUB-NETWORK PROPERTIES / ALARMS ......................................................................................82 FIGURE 2.8 : W INDOW – OPEN ...........................................................................................................................................83 FIGURE 2.9 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (1)..............................................................................................84 FIGURE 2.10 : W INDOW – CREATE NE / SECONDARY IP ADDRESS).................................................................................85 FIGURE 2.11 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (2) ...........................................................................................85 FIGURE 2.12 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (3) ...........................................................................................86 FIGURE 2.13 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (4) ...........................................................................................87 FIGURE 2.14 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (5) ...........................................................................................88 FIGURE 2.15 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (6) ...........................................................................................89 FIGURE 2.16 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTIES ...............................................................................................91 FIGURE 2.17 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTIES / ALARMS ...............................................................................92 FIGURE 2.18 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTIES ...............................................................................................93 FIGURE 2.19 : W INDOW RENAME NE M1400 NAME (1) ....................................................................................................93 FIGURE 2.20 : W INDOW RENAME NE M1400 NAME (2) ....................................................................................................94 FIGURE 2.21 : W INDOW RENAME NE M1400 NAME (3) ....................................................................................................94 FIGURE 2.22 : W INDOW RENAME NE M1400 NAME (4) ....................................................................................................94 FIGURE 2.23 : W INDOW RENAME NE M1400 NAME (5) ....................................................................................................94 FIGURE 2.24 : W INDOW RENAME NE M1400 NAME (6) ....................................................................................................95 FIGURE 2.25 : W INDOW RENAME NE M1400 NAME (7) ....................................................................................................95 FIGURE 2.26 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / GENERAL .........................................................................................................98 FIGURE 2.27 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / INVENTORY / CARDS .......................................................................................98 FIGURE 2.28 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / INVENTORY / MSPS ........................................................................................99 FIGURE 2.29 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / CROSS-CONNECTIONS ....................................................................................99 FIGURE 2.30 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / BRIDGING POINTS ..........................................................................................100 FIGURE 2.31 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / VCGROUPS ...................................................................................................100 FIGURE 2.32 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / MONITORING .................................................................................................101 FIGURE 2.33 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / ETH/VCG PORTS .........................................................................................101 FIGURE 2.34 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / MEPIDS ........................................................................................................102 FIGURE 2.35 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / CONTINUITY-CHECK PROBES ........................................................................102 FIGURE 2.36 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / SDH PORTS ..................................................................................................103 FIGURE 2.37 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / MS-SPRING ................................................................................................103 FIGURE 2.38 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / MS-SPRING / DETAIL ...................................................................................104 FIGURE 2.39 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / FMX INVENTORY ...........................................................................................105 FIGURE 2.40 : W INDOW AUDIT / GENERAL REAPPLICATION ...........................................................................................106 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FIGURE 2.41 : W INDOW GENERAL PARAMETERS REAPPLICATION RESULTS..................................................................106 FIGURE 2.42 : W INDOW GENERAL PARAMETERS REAPPLICATION RESULTS/DETAILS ...................................................107 FIGURE 2.43 : W INDOW AUDIT / CAPACITY PARAMETERS ALIGNMENT ...........................................................................107 FIGURE 2.44 : W INDOW GENERAL CAPABILITY PARAMETERS ALIGNMENT RESULTS ......................................................108 FIGURE 2.45 : W INDOW AUDIT / INVENTORY ALIGNMENT ...............................................................................................109 FIGURE 2.46 : W INDOW INVENTORY ALIGNMENT RESULTS .............................................................................................109 FIGURE 2.47 : W INDOW SAGEM-LINK EQUIPMENT VIEW .............................................................................................111 FIGURE 2.48 : W INDOW SAGEM-LINK LIGHT EQUIPMENT VIEW .................................................................................111 FIGURE 2.49 : W INDOW SLF-A EQUIPMENT VIEW ...........................................................................................................111 FIGURE 2.50 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT PROPERTIES / FMX INVENTORY ..............................................................112 FIGURE 2.51 : EXAMPLE OF SNMP VIEW W INDOW .........................................................................................................113 FIGURE 2.52 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT BACKUP RESULTS ....................................................................................113 FIGURE 2.53 : W INDOW – NETWORK ELEMENT BACKUP FAILED RESULT........................................................................114 FIGURE 2.54 : W INDOW – CRITICAL FMX BACKUP MISSING ALARM IN FAULT VIEW .......................................................115 FIGURE 2.55 : W INDOW – W ARNING CONFIGURATION CHANGED ALARM IN FAULT VIEW ..............................................115 FIGURE 2.56 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT RESTORATION ..........................................................................................115 FIGURE 2.57 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT RESTORATION RESULTS ..........................................................................116 FIGURE 2.58 : W INDOW SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT WINDOW ..........................................................................................117 FIGURE 2.59 : W INDOW SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT WINDOW / INVENTORY ....................................................................119 FIGURE 2.60 : W INDOW PERF VIEW ON SLF-V1..............................................................................................................122 FIGURE 2.61 : W INDOW PERF VIEW / NMSPERFTOOL ON SLF-V1.................................................................................123 FIGURE 2.62 : W INDOW PERF VIEW / NMSPERFTOOL ON SLF-H (ETHERNET COUNTERS) ..........................................124 FIGURE 2.63 : DISCOVER NETWORK ELEMENTS W INDOW ..............................................................................................127 FIGURE 2.64 : W INDOW – DISCOVER NETWORK ELEMENTS/SEEDS ...............................................................................127 FIGURE 2.65 : W INDOW – DISCOVER NETWORK ELEMENTS/COMMUNITIES ...................................................................128 FIGURE 2.66 : W INDOW – DISCOVER NETWORK ELEMENTS/DISCOVERING ...................................................................128 FIGURE 2.67 : W INDOW – DISCOVER NETWORK ELEMENTS/STATUS .............................................................................129 FIGURE 2.68 : W INDOW – TOPOLOGY VIEW/TREE ............................................................................................................129 FIGURE 2.69 : W INDOW – TOPOLOGY VIEW / SEARCH NE ..............................................................................................130 FIGURE 2.70 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (1) .........................................................................................132 FIGURE 2.71 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (2) .........................................................................................133 FIGURE 2.72 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (3) .........................................................................................134 FIGURE 2.73 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (4) .........................................................................................135 FIGURE 2.74 : W INDOW – CREATE A NETWORK ELEMENT (5) .........................................................................................135 FIGURE 2.75 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT BACKUP ....................................................................................................137 FIGURE 2.76 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT BACKUP RESULTS ....................................................................................137 FIGURE 2.77 : W INDOW NETWORK ELEMENT BACKUP RESULTS ....................................................................................139 FIGURE 2.78 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / GENERAL .......................................................................................................140 FIGURE 2.79 : W INDOW AUDIT RESULTS / METERS .........................................................................................................141 FIGURE 2.80 : W INDOW AUDIT / GENERAL REAPPLICATION ............................................................................................142 FIGURE 2.81 : W INDOW GENERAL PARAMETERS REAPPLICATION RESULTS..................................................................142 FIGURE 2.82 : W INDOW GENERAL PARAMETERS REAPPLICATION RESULTS/DETAILS ...................................................143 FIGURE 2.83: W INDOW SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT WINDOW ...........................................................................................144 FIGURE 2.84: W INDOW SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT WINDOW / INVENTORY .....................................................................145 FIGURE 2.85: SELECTION OF A METER LIST TO BE UPDATED. ..........................................................................................147 FIGURE 2.86: METERS SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT WINDOW............................................................................................148 FIGURE 2.87: TASKS TAB FOR ONE DC WINDOW. ............................................................................................................149 FIGURE 2.88: DETAIL OF ONE UPDATE FIRMWARE TASK OF ONE DC. .............................................................................149 FIGURE 2.89: DETAIL OF ONE UPDATE FIRMWARE TASK IN THE NML VIEW LIST OF METERS..........................................149 FIGURE 2.90: DISPLAY OF THE REMAINING TIME PARAMETER..........................................................................................150 FIGURE 3.1 : NML VIEW: SEARCH AREA (1) .....................................................................................................................151 FIGURE 3.2 : NML VIEW: DETAILS AREA (2) .....................................................................................................................152 FIGURE 3.3 : NML VIEW / MAIN FILTER / METERS / FILTER .............................................................................................153 FIGURE 3.4 : NML VIEW / MAIN FILTER / TRAILS / FILTER / LIST CONFIGURATION .........................................................154 FIGURE 3.5: NML VIEW / MAIN FILTER / DATA CONCENTRATOR INFORMATIONS ............................................................155 FIGURE 3.6: GENERAL PROPERTIES OF ONE METER. .......................................................................................................156 FIGURE 3.7: NML VIEW / MAIN FILTER / METERS / SAVE AS ...........................................................................................157 FIGURE 3.8: NML VIEW / METER GENERAL INFORMATIONS.............................................................................................157 FIGURE 3.9: DELIVERY POINT UPDATE ..............................................................................................................................158 FIGURE 3.10: DELIVERY POINT UPDATE RESULT WINDOW ...............................................................................................158 FIGURE 3.11: FILLING TIME INTERVAL ...............................................................................................................................159 FIGURE 3.12: MINUTES LOAD CURVE FOR ONE METER ....................................................................................................160 IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 Page 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FIGURE 3.13 : DAY LOAD CURVE FOR ONE METER ...........................................................................................................160 FIGURE 3.14 : CURVE DATA FOR ONE METER ..................................................................................................................161 FIGURE 3.15: DATA INFORMATION IN LOAD CURVE ..........................................................................................................161 FIGURE 3.16: FUNCTIONALITIES IN LOAD CURVE ..............................................................................................................162 FIGURE 3.17 : ACTIONS POP-UP .......................................................................................................................................163 FIGURE 3.18 : ACTION PARAMETERS WINDOW .................................................................................................................163 FIGURE 3.19 : ACTION TASK LOG WINDOW WITH RESULTS ..............................................................................................164 FIGURE 3.20 : CLEAR OR ABORT ONE TASK. ....................................................................................................................165 FIGURE 3.21 : RESULTS OF TASK VISIBLE IN ‘GENERAL’ TAB. ...........................................................................................165 FIGURE 3.22 : START OF GLOBAL TASK MANAGEMENT. ..................................................................................................166 FIGURE 3.23 : GOBAL TASK MANAGEMENT WINDOW.......................................................................................................166 FIGURE 3.24 : TASK STATUS IN GOBAL TASK MANAGEMENT. ..........................................................................................166 FIGURE 3.25 : START OF ‘RED CODE ENABLE’. ................................................................................................................167 FIGURE 3.26 : CLEAR/ABORT OF ONE METER ACTION AT NE LEVEL. ..............................................................................167 FIGURE 3.27 : ‘CIPHERING STATUS’ FIELD IN THE NML VIEW. .......................................................................................168 FIGURE 3.28 : MANUALLY START OF SECURITY ACTIONS.................................................................................................170 FIGURE 3.29 : START OF UPDATING OF CYPHERING INFORMATION. ................................................................................170 FIGURE 3.30 : METERING FEATURES USER RIGHTS MANAGEMENT..................................................................................171 FIGURE 4.1 IONOS SI DEMONSTRATOR ............................................................................................................................172 FIGURE 4.2 : IONOS SERVER IP ADDRESS ........................................................................................................................173 FIGURE 4.3 : DELIVERY POINT CREATION .........................................................................................................................173 FIGURE 4.4 : MODIFY THE PARAMETER VALUES ...............................................................................................................174 FIGURE 4.5 : GETTING RESULT OF ONE COMMAND...........................................................................................................175 FIGURE 5.1 : W INDOW TOPOLOGY VIEW / FAULT VIEW ...................................................................................................177 FIGURE 5.2 : W INDOW TOPOLOGY VIEW / FAULT VIEW / POP-UP MENU .........................................................................178 FIGURE 5.3 : W INDOW TOPOLOGY VIEW / FAULT VIEW / LIST CONFIGURATION..............................................................180 FIGURE 5.4 : W INDOW ALARMS PROPERTIES / INFORMATION..........................................................................................181 FIGURE 5.5 : W INDOW UNACKNOWLEDGED CLEARED AND NEW ALARMS .......................................................................182 FIGURE 5.6 : W INDOW UNACKNOWLEDGED CLEARED AND NEW ALARMS .......................................................................183 FIGURE 5.7 : W INDOW TOPOLOGY VIEW /FAULT VIEW / LIST CONFIGURATION / MULTI-CRITERIA FILTERING ...............185 FIGURE 6.1 : W INDOW LOG VIEW / EVENT LOG ...............................................................................................................190 FIGURE 6.2 : W INDOW LOG VIEW / FAULT LOG ................................................................................................................190 FIGURE 6.3 : W INDOW LOG VIEW / SERVER LOG .............................................................................................................191 FIGURE 6.4 : W INDOW LOG VIEW / DATABASE LOG .........................................................................................................191 FIGURE 6.5 : W INDOW LOG VIEW / SDH TRAILS LOG .....................................................................................................192 FIGURE 7.1 : W INDOW PREFERENCES / IONOS-NMS....................................................................................................193 FIGURE 7.2 : W INDOW PREFERENCES / TOPOLOGY VIEW ...............................................................................................194 FIGURE 7.3 : W INDOW PREFERENCES / NES....................................................................................................................195 FIGURE 7.4 : W INDOW PREFERENCES / SOUNDS.............................................................................................................196 FIGURE 8.1 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / RESEARCH TREE ...................................................................................................198 FIGURE 8.2 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / USERS ...................................................................................................................199 FIGURE 8.3 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / GROUPS ................................................................................................................199 FIGURE 8.4 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / PROFILES...............................................................................................................200 FIGURE 8.5 : W INDOW PROFILE CREATION (1).................................................................................................................200 FIGURE 8.6 : W INDOW PROFILE CREATION (2).................................................................................................................201 FIGURE 8.7 : W INDOW PROFILE CREATION (3).................................................................................................................201 FIGURE 8.8 : W INDOW TOPOLOGY VIEW / PROFILE PROVIDER ACCESS..........................................................................202 FIGURE 8.9 : W INDOW GROUP CREATION (1)...................................................................................................................203 FIGURE 8.10 : W INDOW GROUP CREATION (2) ................................................................................................................203 FIGURE 8.11 : W INDOW USER CREATION (1) FIGURE 8.12 : W INDOW LDAP USER CREATION (1) ..............................204 FIGURE 8.13 : W INDOW USER CREATION (2) ...................................................................................................................204 FIGURE 8.14 : W INDOW USER CREATION (3) ...................................................................................................................205 FIGURE 8.15 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / PROFILES / DEFINITION .......................................................................................206 FIGURE 8.16 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / PROFILES / AUTHORIZATION ...............................................................................206 FIGURE 8.17 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / GROUPS / DEFINITION ........................................................................................208 FIGURE 8.18 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / GROUPS / ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.................................................................208 FIGURE 8.19 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / USERS / DEFINITION............................................................................................209 FIGURE 8.20 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / LDAP USERS / DEFINITION ..................................................................................209 FIGURE 8.21 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / USERS / PASSWORD ...........................................................................................210 FIGURE 8.22 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / USERS / ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ...................................................................210 FIGURE 8.23 : W INDOW PROFILE CREATION (1)...............................................................................................................211 FIGURE 8.24 : W INDOW PROFILE CREATION (2)...............................................................................................................211 IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 SAGEMCOM document. 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FIGURE 8.25 : W INDOW PROFILE CREATION (3)...............................................................................................................212 FIGURE 8.26 : W INDOW GROUP CREATION (1) ................................................................................................................212 FIGURE 8.27 : W INDOW GROUP CREATION (2) ................................................................................................................213 FIGURE 8.28 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / USERS / DEFINITION............................................................................................213 FIGURE 8.29 : W INDOW USER CREATION (1) ...................................................................................................................214 FIGURE 8.30 : W INDOW USER CREATION (2) ...................................................................................................................214 FIGURE 8.31 : W INDOW USER CREATION (3) ...................................................................................................................214 FIGURE 8.32 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / USERS / DEFINITION............................................................................................216 FIGURE 8.33 : W INDOW ADMIN VIEW / USERS / DEFINITION............................................................................................217 FIGURE 9.1 : W INDOW IONOS FEDERATOR.......................................................................................................................218 FIGURE 9.2 : W INDOW IONOS FEDERATOR / ALARMS ......................................................................................................219 FIGURE 9.3 : W INDOW IONOS FEDERATOR / ALARMS / LIST ............................................................................................220 FIGURE 9.4 : W INDOW IONOS FEDERAOR / LIST CONFIGURATION ...................................................................................221 FIGURE 9.5 : W INDOW IONOS FEDERATOR / LOGIN ON CLIENT .......................................................................................222

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

AU

Administrative Unit

BBE

Background Block Error (Bloc erroné résiduel)

CIR

Committed Information Rate

EML

Equipment Management Layer

EMS

Equipment Management System

ES

Errored Second

SES

Severely Errored Second

GUI

Graphic User Interface

MCP

Management Control Panel

MIB

Management Information Base

NE

Network Element

PDH

Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy

PIR

Peak Information Rate

QOS

Quality Of Service

SIA

Signal d’Indication d’Alarme

SNMP

Simple Network Management Protocol

TPI

Terminal Portable Intelligent

TU

Tributary Unit

TUG

Tributary Unit Group

UAP

Unavailable Period

UAS

Unavailable Second

VC

Virtual Container : VC-4, VC-3, VC-12

VNE

Virtual Network Element (not managed by NMS)

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TYPOGRAPHICAL CONVENTIONS Window or screen. Ex : Create a network element name of window or screen displayed Screen access path from menu bar or pop-up menu. Ex : Topology > New > NE sequence of functions selected from menu bar to display the following screen

Create a Network Element / General Network Element (NE), Sub-network, Tab or Function selected in explorer, in a window or in a menu. Ex : General Tab selected in window shown above Text insertion or selection field. Ex : “Name“ field forming part of window shown above The modified fields are colored in green. The fields where the input is not correct are colored in red. Active button in a window. Ex : [Apply] Interactive button in the window shown above

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Virtual network elements (VNE) A network managed by the network manager is generally connected to another SDH network which is either the network of another operator or the SDH equipment of another manufacturer managed by another manager The Virtual Network Elements (VNE) are used to represent the SDH equipment which is not managed by the manager and to create links between the Network Elements and the Virtual Network Elements.

Alarm An alarm is a fault detected on a network element (NE) : a severity degree (major, minor or non-alarm) is associated to each alarm. This information is sent to the manager using the SNMP protocol.

Event An event is an information item sent by the equipment using the SNMP protocol. Though there is no event severity range, there are several types of events: 

Protection event when connection occurs



Startup event when equipment is activated



Session event when user initiates a « login » or a « logout »



Maintenance event when a loop is created or cancelled



Loading event when downloading occurs



Change of attribute event (change of HTTP session)



Performance event

Console/Client/Server/User/”Customer” Console :

refers to the user workstation.

Client :

refers to an application software run on the Console.

Server :

refers to the application software run on the main workstation.

User : run

refers to the person working on the Console on which the Client application software is

Customer :

refers to the company using the service.

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1. SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT 1.1 - GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1.1 - IONOS-NMS The IONOS-NMS system provides an efficient solution for management of a digital data transmission network including: - SAGEMCOM SDH equipment : ADR155C, ADR155CPE, ADR155E, ADR63E1, EXT155HA, ADR2500C, ADR2500 EXTRA, ADR622, ADR10000, ADR10000HN, FOT155A, FOT155C - SAGEMCOM PDH equipments : FMX, Sagem-Link, Sagem-Link 2, Sagem-Link Light, SLA, SLF-v1, SLFN, SLF-H, SLT, SLF-A - SAGEMCOM WDM equipments : FSP2000 and FSP3000, - SAGEMCOM DSLAM equipments : 4400, 4048, 4450 and 4900 - SAGEMCOM TV Num equipment : DTX and DTX2 - SAGEMCOM Data Concentrator : XP3000 IONOS-NMS offers EMS functions for all the SAGEMCOM equipments 

Equipment configuration and alarm management

Cf Installation and user guide EMS management 253 153 959-05 IONOS-NMS offers NMS functions for the following SAGEMCOM equipments :ADR155C, ADR155CPE, ADR155E, ADR63E1, EXT155HA, ADR2500C, ADR2500 EXTRA, ADR622, ADR10000HN, ADR10000, FSP2000 and FSP3000 

Configuration and management for links, bearers and trails



Alarm management for trails

 

Management of SDH protections: SNCP, MSP MS-SPRing (for ADR2500C, ADR2500 eXtra and ADR10000HN only) Management of DWDM protections : SNC optique

Cf Installation and user guide EMS/NMS management 253 153 897-05 IONOS-NMS offers EMS functions for all the SAGEMCOM Data Concentrators Cf Installation and user guide Metering 253 153 941-05 IONOS-NMS provides a CORBA interface TMF814. Different licences are proposed by SAGEMCOM to our customers : 

Licence with EMS functions only



Licence with EMS and NMS functions



Licence with EMS and Metering functions

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SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT

1.1.2 - Architecture 1.1.2.1 - General architecture The general architecture is built on a client-server architecture: the various clients can be installed on several physical machines connected to the same server. The interface between the network element (NE equipment) and IONOS-NMS uses the SNMP V1 or SNMP N protocol to send the alarm messages and to configure the end-to-end trails (« provisioning »). This interface also uses the HTTP protocol to configure the equipment (NE integrating an on-card HTTP server). The management data are stored on the server.

Windows

CLIENT Plateform

IONOS-NMS CLIENT Generic functions

Internet Explorer run

Specific functions to equipment

TFTP CLIENT

RMI, TCP

SERVER Plateform

HTTP Windows or Solaris

IONOS-NMS SERVER SGBD

Topology Alarms Sécurity Performances

HTTP PROXY

TFTP SERVER

SNMP, TFTP

HTTP

SAGEMCOM Equipment

SNMP Agent

HTTP Server

Figure 1.1 : General architecture of IONOS-NMS

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SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT 1.1.2.2 - Software architecture

IONOS-NMS is built on software modules implementing independent functional blocks developed in JAVA: each block only processes a function subset of the complete software. IONOS-NMS is based on the LUMOS software environment which supplies: 

an SNMP interface.



base services on which the main functions of the network elements manager are based (alarms, logs, etc.)



a Client application (MCP) based on use of Java Beans and providing the graphic interface elements (topology, etc.)

The main application, developed by SAGEMCOM, integrates the network level functions. The access to HTML pages for equipment of type ADR is done via a HTTP Proxy installed on the IONOSNMS Server. IONOS NMS comprises the following modules:  

The Client Application, which contains the functions for data presentation to the operator (commonly called the client terminal). The Server Application which implements the core functions.

The IONOS-NMS platform contains a Network element manager and a Network manager.

Network Manager

Faults on circuits

Configuration of circuits Security

Network Element Manager

Faults on NE

NE configuration

NE performances

Figure 1.2 : IONOS-NMS software platform

1.1.3 - Workstations The Client Applications are run on a PC whereas the Server Application is run either on a PC or on a UNIX platform. For small networks, the Client Application can be run on the same PC platform as the server, in stand-alone mode. The hardware platform thus remains flexible, open-ended and modular in terms of hard disk, RAM and computing power in order to grow with the system, which entirely depends on the number of network elements to be managed.

1.1.4 - Man-Machine Interface (MMI) The Man-Machine interface of the administration software is similar to the Windows interface. 

When the values of a field are limited, they can be selected in a drop-down « box ».



The current values are displayed in the fields which the user wishes to modify.



The mandatory fields are displayed with a different colour when their input is not supplied.

When an action is performed, there are two working modes: 

If the action is short, the window closes during the operation: if an error occurs, a message is displayed.

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If the action is long (example: activation/deactivation of trail, audit, etc.), a waiting window is displayed. When the action is completed, a window indicates the result or an error message.

1.2 - INSTALLING THE CD WITH WINDOWS The IONOS-NMS software is supplied on a CD with a manual. Two installations exist : 

The installation of a server PC (with client)



The installation of a client PC

1.2.1 - To install the Server + Client Applications The operating system and the database Oracle have been installed beforehand on the PC where the server application is installed. 1.2.1.1 - To install the Server Application (with Client) Caution: The installation of the Server Application must be carried out by a personnel qualified Sagemcom.

 Insert CD on the PC used as server. A menu appears automatically. If it does not appear, double-to click on the file "menu.vbs".  Select the language ("English").  Click on "Installation on a windows PC".  Click on "Ionos-NMS 5.5 installation".  Click on "Full (server with client)"  Follow the installation instructions: choose a directory (Ionos-NMS by default).  Click on [Quit]. A screen of diagnosis is displayed and gives the results of installation.

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SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT Notes: It is possible to modify: - the repertory used by default for backup of the database (c:\temp\oracle.backup) (see § 1.2.3.3 -) - the repertory used by default for backup of the databases of equipment (IonosNMS\backup\equipment) (see §1.2.3.3 -)

-

To check that: IP address of the server seen by the equipment corresponds to IP address of the PC on which the server is installed (see § 1.2.3.2 -)

To use a HTTP Proxy, see § 1.2.4.3 -.  Click on [Save configuration].  Click on [Quit] to quit the installation. At the end of the installation procedure, short cuts are available in menu Start : 

Ionos-NMS 5.5 Client : Client Application (1).



Ionos-NMS 5.5 Server : Server Application.



TFTP : downloading software.



Ionos-NMS 5.5 (Easy Launcher) : used for Server starting.



Ionos-NMS 5.5 (Federator) : Federator Application (see § 1.4 -)

 Copy the short cuts on the computer desktop (Drag and Drop of short cut of menu Start with the key CTRL pressed) Note: (1) The Client application is also installed on the same PC. It will be used only for the standalone configuration (Server + 1 Client on the same computer).

Modification of license file  In the directory chosen for installation (Ionos-NMS by default), select the Config. folder.  Copy the file LICENSE.DAT, provided with application. Note: With a license "CORE", only the functions EMS are available.

Modification of database configuration file (for a no standard configuration)  In the directory chosen for installation (Ionos-NMS by default), select the Config folder.  In the folder, open the oracle_ext_assembly.xml file.  In this file, update eventually the IP address of the database server (localhost), the database name (DBNMS), the username (NMSserver) and the password (nmssmn).

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 Insert CD on the PC used as Client. A menu appears automatically. If it does not appear, double-to click on the file "menu.vbs".  Select the language ("English").  Click on "Installation on a windows PC".  Click on "Ionos-NMS 5.5 installation".  Click on "Client".  Follow the installation instructions: choose a directory (Ionos-NMS by default).  Click on [Quit]. A screen of diagnosis is displayed and gives the results of installation. The two parameters concerning the proxy are not used (see § 1.2.4.2 -).

Figure 1.4 : Window - Ionos Solutions Client – Diagnostic Note: To use a HTTP Proxy, see § 1.2.4.3 -

 Click on [Save configuration]  Click on [Quit] to quit the installation. At the end of the installation procedure, short cuts are available in menu Start : 

Ionos-NMS 5.5 (Client) : Client Application.



Ionos-NMS 5.5 (Federator) : Federator Application (see § 1.4 -)

 Copy the short cut on the computer desktop (Drag and Drop of short cut of menu Start with the key CTRL pressed).

Caution: In the case of an installation of the stand-alone configuration (the client is launched on the PC server) to use menu "Installation of a server PC (with client).

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SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT 1.2.1.3 - To install the Proxy Application

 Insert CD on the PC used as Server. A menu appears automatically. If it does not appear, double-to click on the file "menu.vbs".  Select the language ("English")  Click on "Installation of a server PC (with client)"  Click on "Ionos HTTP Proxy 3.2 installation "  Follow the installation instructions: choose a directory (Ionos HTTP Proxy by default).  Click on "HTTP" to install an HTTP proxy only.  Click on "SLF-v1 F-N" to install a proxy for equipment of type SLF-v1 and SLF-N.  Click on "SLF-H" to install a proxy for equipment of type SLF-H  Click on "Full" to install the two proxy : HTTP proxy and proxy for equipment of type SLF-v1 SLF-N, and SLF-H.  Click on [Quit].  A screen of diagnosis is displayed and gives the results of installation. (see § 1.2.1.1 -)  Click on [Quit] to quit the installation. At the end of the installation procedure, short cut are available in menu Start : 

Ionos HTTP Proxy 3.2 : HTTP Proxy Application.



Start Ionos Proxy 3.2 (SLF-H) : to launch the Proxy Application for equipment of type SLF-H



Start Ionos Proxy 3.2 (SLF-v1 SLF-N) : to launch the Proxy Application for equipment of type SLF-v1 and SLF-N.



Stop Ionos Proxy 3.2 (SLF-v1 SLF-N) : to stop the Proxy Applicationfor equipment of type SLF-v1 and SLF-N.

 Copy the short cut on the computer desktop (Drag and Drop of short cut of menu Start with the key CTRL pressed). Caution: In the case of the use of HTTP Proxy, to guarantee the access security to the equipment, it is possible to add IP address of the server with a habilitation "Supervisor" in each NE of type ADR155C, ADR155CPE, ADR2500C, ADR2500 EXTRA, ADR622 or ADR63E1 which will be managed by IONOS-NMS. For that to use HTTP browser : Menu "Equipment/Management" – to add IP address of the server in the table "List Managers" while clicking on "Supervisor". To validate the modification with "Apply".

The HTTP Proxy is available with : -

ADR155C P3.5 and > P3.5 ADR2500C P2.4 and > P2.4 ADR63E1 P2.0 and > P2.0 ADR2500 EXTRA ADR155CPE ADR 622

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SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT 1.2.1.4 - To install the NMSperftool Application

The NMSPerftool allows to collect the performance counters on equipment of type Sagem-Link , SLF-v1, SLF-N and SLF-H.  Insert CD on the PC used as Server.  Open the Folder "Install"  Double-Click on "nmsperftool.exe"  Confirm the installation directory.  Wait several minutes: some windows are displayed, then closed.  A scheduled task is automatically created and the next window is displayed, in case of password.  Give the password.

Figure 1.5 : Window - NMSperftool – Scheduled task  The NMSperftool Application is installed.

1.2.2 - To install LCT application for equipment (FMX, Sagem-Link, FSP2000, FSP3000, ADR155E) The LCT application for FMX, Sagem-Link 2, SLF-v1, SLA, SLF-N, SLF-H, FSP2000, FSP3000, ADR155E is used by the Client IONOS-NMS. Notes: The LCT applications for equipment FOTC and Sagem-Link light are embedded. No particular installation is needed The LCT of the ADR10000HN and of the equipment ADR155c, ADR2500C, ADR2500 EXTRA, ADR63E1, ADR155CPE are included in the equipment. No particular installation is needed The LCT of equipment [email protected] 4400, [email protected] 4048, [email protected] 4450 and [email protected] 4900 are delivered separately from IONOS-NMS application. 1.2.2.1 - To install LCT application for equipment of type FMX, Sagem-Link, FSP2000, FSP3000

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 Click on "TPI-FMX / FSP2000 / FSP3000 / Sagem-Link 2 / SLF-v1 / SLF-N / SLF-H / SLA installation "  Follow the installation instructions  Don't reboot immediately the PC. A window of diagnosis gives the results of installation.  Click on [Save configuration].  Click on [Quit] to quit the installation.  Reboot the PC. 1.2.2.2 - To install LCT application for equipment ADR155E

 Insert CD on the PC used as Server.  Open the folder "Install/TPI/ADR155E".  Double-click on "python-2-4.1.msi" to install the application "Python 2.4" in folder "C:\Python24".  Unzip "pysnmp.zip" in folder "C:\Python24\lib\site-packages"  Unzip "LCT-PC.zip" in folder "C:" (for example).  Launch "FTP" Application of IONOS.  In folder "LCT\nex", modify the file "Config.py" You must declare your FTP server 's root folder in this file, For instance : ROOT = r'C:\Program Files\IONOS-NMS-4420\tftproot' And modify if necessary the type of transfer selecting “ftp” : TYPE = r'ftp'  In folder LCT\snakelets, launch "serv.py" (or "python serv.py")

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SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT Note: The LCT of the 155E is using ftp server. Refer to § 1.2.5 - “ The Application Easy Launcher under Windows ” to know how to launch ftp server under Windows

1.2.3 - Available configurations on Server IONOS-NMS 1.2.3.1 - To configure TFTP server

 Launch the TFTP server.  In the Settings, enter: Timeout = 20 s ; Base Directory = C:\Program Files\Ionos-NMS\tftproot (if Ionos-NMS chosen by default) Note: This configuration is made automatically after the installation of the Server on PC. It is imperative on the Unix server. 1.2.3.2 - To configure IP address of the server seen by the equipment

 In the directory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), Select the Config folder.  In the folder, open the file Server.xml  Update the field "LocalServerAdress" so that it corresponds to IP address of the PC server seen by the equipment. This modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. Note: This configuration is made automatically after the installation of the Server on PC. It is imperative on the Unix server.

1.2.3.3 - To configure the backup directories Backup directory for the Server database

The backup files (backup of database Oracle) will be copied in the directory given in the File.xml file. The directory by default can be modified :  In the directory chosen for installation (Ionos-NMS by default), select the Config folder.  In the folder, open the File.xml file  In this file, update the field "oracle-backup-dat" path. Note:This modifcation will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. The database back-up files are saved in directory "c:/temp/oracle.backup/AAAA/AAAA-MM/JJ" by default. Backup directory for the Equipment databases

The backup files (backup of equipment configuration) will be copied in the directory given in the File.xml file. The directory by default can be modified :  In the directory chosen for installation (Ionos-NMS by default), select the Config folder.  In the folder, open the File.xml file  In this file, update the field "equipement-backup-xxx" path (c:\Program Files\Ionos-NMS\backup\eqpt by default) Note: This modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. The NE database files are saved in directory "../IONOS-NMS/backup/eqpt/AAAA/AAAA-MM/JJ" by default. IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 SAGEMCOM document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page 25/236

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Caution: If the directory of the NE database has been modified, it is necessary to update the equipmentbackup.xml file to be able to display the NE database list available and to restore it. The directory by default can be modified :

 In the directory chosen for installation (Ionos-NMS by default), select the Config Folder.  In the folder, open the equipmentbackup.xml file  In this file, update the field "backup repository" so as to match to the specified directory that is generally the same as the previously modified in the File.xml file.

1.2.3.4 - To configure the HTTP Proxy Function

 In the directory chosen for installation of Proxy (Ionos HTTP Proxy), select the Config. folder.  In the folder, open the HttpProxy.cfg file  After the tag [SERVER], insert a line which gives IP address of the server (x.x.x.x)  After the tag [Allow], remove the line "x.x.x.x:x.x.x.x=OBSERVER". Note: This configuration will be effective only after launching of Proxy Application.

Caution: the Proxy HTTP rejects all the addresses which are not true IP adress. (for example : sagem.com will be rejected and an error message will be logged.)

1.2.3.5 - To configure the function Traps Forward

The function Traps Forward is installed on the Server IONOS-NMS. By default, this function is not activated. The file "forward.xml" must be configured to activate the function.  In the directory chosen for installation (Ionos-NMS by default), select the Config/Forward folder.  In the folder, open the forward.xml file  In this file, update the parameters of manager which will receive the traps : the IP address, the NE type ((default, ADR2500C, ADR2500EXTRA, ADR10000HN, ADR155C, ADR155CPE, ADR155C_P2_6, ADR63E1, ADR622, ADR155E, EXT155HAPHYSICAL, FOT155C, FOT155A, FHLINK, FHLINKLIGHT, FHLINK_2, FHLINK-F, FHLINK-A, FHLINK_HC, FSP2000, FSP3000 FMX, TRIPACK4048, TRIPACK4400, TRIPACK4450, TRIPACK4900) and the trap type (default, LogTrap, ThresholdTrap, EquipstatusTrap) for the traps filtering. The traps can be forwarded to several managers. Note: This modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. 1.2.3.6 - To configure the parameters associated with the collection of performance

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SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT  In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), Select the Config/Perf folder.  In this folder, Open the Config.xml file.  Update the following parameters: - the deadline between two collections for the counters 15mn - > by default 180min - the deadline between two collections for the counters 24h - > by default 1320 min - the deadline between two collections for the periods of unavailabilities associated with the collection of the counters 15mn - > by default 600min - the deadline between two collections for the periods of unavailabilities associated with the collection of the counters 24h - > by default 1320min - the deadline between two attempts in the event of failure with the first reading - > 15min - the maximum number of points collected on 15min - > by defect 15000 - the maximum number of points collected on 24h - > by defect 18000 - the maximum number of the log for the points of collection 15mn - > by defect 10000 - the maximum number of remaining lines after automatic export for the log associated with the points with collection 15mn - > by defect 4000 - the maximum number of the log for the points of collection 24h - > by defect 10000 - the maximum number of remaining lines after automatic export for the log associated with the points with collection 24h - > by defect 4000 - the maximum number of the log for the periods of unavailability - > per defect 10000 - the maximum number of remaining lines after automatic export for the log associated with the periods with unavailability - > by defect 4000 IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 SAGEMCOM document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page 27/236

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Caution: The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. 1.2.3.7 - To authorize the data entry of the accents and the special characters in the "Name" of the equipment

 In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config folder.  In this folder, open the file server-advanced.xml  Replace the line: by



Note: By default, the data entry of the accents and characters special in the "Name" of the equipment are not authorized. If the data entry of the accents and the special characters is authorized, the "Name" is not updated in the equipment and control on this parameter (General tab) is not made in the Audit of NE (see § 2.4.8 -). Caution: The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. 1.2.3.8 - To inhibit control on the name of cross-connections in the audit of the equipment

 In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config folder.  In this folder, open the file server-advanced.xml  Replace the line: by

Note: By default, control on the name of cross-connections in the audit of NE is done (see § 2.4.8 -). This function of suppression of the control of the name of cross-connections makes it possible to manage equipment ADR2500C version < P2.4 (P1 or P2), ADR155E P2.1 and ADR10000HN P1.1 to avoid the misalignment of NEs. Caution: The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS.

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SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT 1.2.3.9 - To configure the time interval between IONOS-NMS and equipment

 In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config folder.  In this folder, open the file lfserver_ext_parameters.xml  Modify the line (by default 60 seconds) : Note: When IONOS-NMS starts, The time set is done for all the NEs. Then, the time set of a NE is done if the time interval between the date and time of NE and the date and time of IONOS exceeds the defined value. Caution: The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. 1.2.3.10 - To configure the performance parameters used by equipment

The parameters used by equipment for performance collect ( available for ADR155 ≥ P4.1 rev AF and ADR2500 EXTRA ≥ P2.1) can be modify in a file xml.  In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config folder.  In this folder, open the file server.xml  Modify eventually the the following lines : The equipment will send threshold performance trap if it is set to "true" Make it possible to synchronize the performances counter on NE time modulo 15 minutes Note: After the modification of this file and restart of server, launch an audit on each NE of type ADR155 ≥ P4.1 rev AF or ADR2500 EXTRA ≥ P2.1 and realign the general parameters. Caution: The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. 1.2.3.11 - To configure the IONOS-NMS server name

 In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config folder.  In this folder, open the file server.xml  Modify the the following line : Note: If no value is given for the NMSName (value by default), the name of IONOS-NMS server will be the name of machine used as server. Caution: The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. 1.2.3.12 - To configure the send of mail on alarm change

This procedure is used to configure the send of mail on alarm change (apparition, clear, acknowledgement, unacknowledgement) (see § 5.2.10 - Alarms management).  In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config/mail folder.  In this folder, open the file emailParameters.xml The send of mail is activated if :  Give if necessary the sender address (for example [email protected]) IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 SAGEMCOM document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page 29/236

SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT [email protected]  Give the address of destination (for example [email protected]) [email protected] Repeat several times this sequence (one sequence by address of destination) It is possible to choose the format of the mail : “short” or “complete” With the “short” format, you get only a summary of all alarms  Give if you want a subject NMSAlarms If this item is present, you will get this text in the header of your message in your mail box. If this item is not present, you will get a text with the severity of the alarm in the header of your message in your mail box.  Give the address and the port of mail server 10.142.3.103 25  The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOSNMS..

Caution: It's not possible to activate "critical alarm sending mail" and "report sending mail" at the same time.

1.2.3.13 - To configure the timers used for the send of mail

The timers are used for the send of mail (see § 5.2.10 -). A mail is sended after X minutes for an alarm change ( raised of alarm indeterminate/ warning/ minor/ major/ critical/ inaccessible, cleared, acknowledged, unacknowledged).  In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config/mail folder.  In this folder, open the file timers.xml  Modify if necessary the values of timers. Caution: The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOS-NMS. 1.2.3.14 - To configure the send of mail on critical alarm

This procedure is used to configure the send of mail on critical alarm appartion (see § 5.2.11 -To activate the send of mails on critical alarm). First step : do the described actions of § 1.2.3.12 -To configure the send of mail on alarm change Second step : IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 Page 30/236 SAGEMCOM document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited

SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT  In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config/mail folder.  In this folder, open the file criticAlarmConfig.xml To enable critical alarm mail for “system” alarm, change: false by true  Save and close the file criticAlarmConfig.xml  The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOSNMS. Caution: It's not possible to activate "critical alarm sending mail" and "report sending mail" at the same time. 1.2.3.15 - To configure the send of mail on a “system” alarm

This procedure is used to configure the send of mail on critical alarm appartion (see § 5.2.11 -To activate the send of mails on critical alarm). First step : do the described actions of § 1.2.3.12 -To configure the send of mail on alarm change Second step :  In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config/mail folder.  In this folder, open the file criticAlarmConfig.xml To enable critical alarm mail for “system” alarm, change: false by true  Save and close the file criticAlarmConfig.xml  The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOSNMS. Caution: It's not possible to activate "critical alarm sending mail" and "report sending mail" at the same time. 1.2.3.16 - To configure the send of mail on a specific event type

This procedure is used to configure the send of mail on critical alarm appartion (see § 5.2.11 -To activate the send of mails on critical alarm). First step : do the described actions of § 1.2.3.12 -To configure the send of mail on alarm change Second step :  In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config/mail folder.  In this folder, open the file criticAlarmConfig.xml To add an event type in the list to send a critical alarm mail, change or add: RadioLinkFailure MODEM1:Modulation ODU1:TxPower (This is only an example) IONOS-NMS P5 METERING Installation and User Guide – 253 153 970-05 SAGEMCOM document. Reproduction and disclosure prohibited Page 31/236

SYSTEM INSTALLATION AND MANAGEMENT Caution The event type name in criticAlarmConfig.xml must be strickly identical to the one seen in the current alarm window (or in the fault log)

 Save and close the file criticAlarmConfig.xml  The taking into account of the file modification will be effective only after launching of Server IONOSNMS. Caution: It's not possible to activate "critical alarm sending mail" and "report sending mail" at the same time. 1.2.3.17 - To send a mail in relation to one sub-network, NE type and NE name

This procedure is used to configure the send of mail (in short mail format only) on critical alarm in relation to one sub-network (recursively), NE type and NE name.

First step: do the described actions of § 1.2.3.12 -To configure the send of mail on alarm change Second step:

 In the repertory chosen for the installation (by default Ionos-NMS), select the Config/mail folder.  In this folder, open the file emailParameters.xml To enable the critical alarm mails sending for a “sub-network”, a “NE type” or a “NE name”, add or modify: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

In this example, a mail will be sent on critical alarm to the [email protected] receiver for all Network Element type ‘SLF-H’ belonging to the ‘Region Paris’ sub-network (and each sub-network included into this sub-network). Also, a mail will be sent on critical alarm to the [email protected] receiver for all Network Element type ‘SLF-N’. A mail will be only sent on critical alarm to the [email protected] receiver for the Network Element with the name ‘Lyon’.  Save and close the file emailParameters.xml Caution (1):

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The name of sub-network must be unique.

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The name of sub-network must not include some characters like >,
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