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CONS15454MSTPIPR96 Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP from Installation to Protection Release 9.6

Network Training Course Description:
The Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP from Installation to Protection Release 9.6 Version 1 course is a lab-intensive course. You will learn the skills necessary to deploy a Cisco® Optical Networking System (ONS) 15454 Multiservice Transport Platform (MSTP) network from installation to protection (FITP). You will also learn fiber-cleaning techniques, fiber test requirements, and how to perform node turnup. The course covers three shelf types, the M12, M6, and M2. You will learn to deploy linear and ring dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) topologies. The course covers multiplexer/demultiplexer cards, Erbium doped fiber amplifier cards, Raman amplifiers, transponder cards, and the newest Cisco any rate muxponder and crossponder cards. These cards are used in terminal, amplifier, and reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexer (ROADM) node configurations. You will configure wavelength selective switch (WSS) rings and single-module ROADM (SMR) rings. Using Cisco Transport Planner, you will design a DWDM network and use the output to configure the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP node. This MSTP-FITP course covers 10-Gigabit unprotected circuits and 10-Gigabit protection using Y-cable, optical channel transport unit-2 (OTU-2), and protection switch module (PSM) cards.
Network Training Course Duration:
Network Training Course Target Audience:
This course is for technical professionals who are responsible for installation, deployment, and maintenance of the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP network. Network operations, planners, and designers will also benefit.
Network Training Course Prerequisite:
Familiarity with the Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP family,Knowledge of SONET or SDH structure and hierarchy,Knowledge of DWDM basics
Course Content:

    • Module 1: Cisco ONS 15454 MSTP Product Overview
    • Module 2: DWDM Fundamentals
    • Module 3: Optical Networking System Safety
    • Module 4: Optical Fiber and Cleaning
    • Module 5: DWDM Test Equipment
    • Module 6: Shelf Layout and Components
    • Module 7: Documentation
    • Module 8: Cisco Transport Controller Operations
    • Module 9: MSTP Topologies
    • Module 10: Shelf and Card Installation
    • Module 11: System Setup
    • Module 12: Linear Configurations
    • Module 13: Node Turnup
    • Module 14: Network Connections
    • Module 15: Optical Channel Network Connection Circuits
    • Module 16: Transponder and Optical Channel Client Connection Circuits
    • Module 17: Transport Planner
    • Module 18: Linear Amplifier
    • Module 19: Multishelf
    • Module 20: MSTP Rings
    • Module 21: MSTP M6 SMR-Based Rings
    • Module 22: 10-Gigabit Muxponder and Transponder Cards
    • Module 23: 10-Gigabit with Y-Cable Protection
    • Module 24: Alternative 10-Gigabit Protection
    • Module 25: Any Rate Muxponder and Crossponder
    • Module 26: Raman Amplifier
    • Module 27: 40- and 100-Gigabit Transponder and Muxponder
    • Module 28: Troubleshooting

  • Lab Outline

    • Lab 1: Cleaning Fiber
    • Lab 2: Optics and DWDM Technology Overview
    • Lab 3: Shelf and Card Installation
    • Lab 4: System Setup and Login
    • Lab 5: Node Turnup
    • Lab 6: Creating Network Connections
    • Lab7: Creating Point-to-Point Direct Circuits
    • Lab 8: Creating Transponder Optical Client Circuits
    • Lab 9: CreatingTransport Planner Configurations
    • Lab 10: Configuring a Linear with Amplifier Node
    • Lab 11: Configuring an Amplified Ring
    • Lab 12: Configuring an SMR Ring
    • Lab 13: Installing 10-Gbps Transponder Cards with Y-Cable Protection
    • Lab 14 Alternate 10-Gigabit Protection (formerly 10G Protection)
    • Lab 15: Any Rate Muxponder and Crossponder Options
    • Lab 16: Raman Amplifier
    • Lab 17: MSTP Troubleshooting