In this course, you will get an advanced overview of
the features and functions of the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP and you'll learn
to perform many of the tasks required to successfully turn up an ONS
15454 MSTP network.
You will learn how to install internal connections
and provisionable patchcords, so protected circuits can be installed
using optical channel client connection and optical trail. You will
learn how to configure the Muxponder_2.5G_10G Card and 10 Gigabit
transponders, and you will provision the add-drop multiplexer (ADM-10G)
subnetwork, configure optical protection, and install protected
time-division multiplexing (TDM) circuits. You will examine how
microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology enables the mesh
network, and you will configure a two-ring mesh network and install
This advanced course is designed to give you
significant hands-on time to validate the lessons learned in lecture
using the comprehensive classroom hardware and labs.
This course prepares the learners for these tasks by meeting the following objectives:
- Install internal connections and provisionable patchcords
- Install optical channel client connections and optical trail circuits
- Provision the 10-Gigabit muxponder and 10-Gigabit transponders and connect with circuits
- Provision the ADM-10G subnetwork
- Provision optical protection in the ADM-10G subnetwork
- Install protected circuits in the ADM-10G subnetwork
- Provision the mesh node, which consists of the WXC, 40-MUX, and 40-DMX cards
- Provision the mesh network
- Install protected circuits in the mesh network
Familiarity with the following topics will be beneficial.
- Knowledge of routing fundamentals, IP addressing, Cisco Transport
Controller operation, installing and provisioning the Cisco ONS 15454
shelf, and the basics of dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM)
- Experience using optical test equipment
- ONS Basic v1.0
- ONS Data v1.0
Who Should Attend
Network professionals responsible for
installation, deployment, and maintenance of the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP.
Network operations personnel, planners, and designers will also benefit.