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Course Description:

This training course is designed for personnel responsible for operations, administration, maintenance, and provisioning on the 6200 system.


Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
•     Identify the features and capabilities of the 6200 product line
•     Understand how the 6200 fit into networks
•     Identify the hardware components of the 6200
•     Navigate the web user interface (WUI)
•     Perform user/security management functions
•     Understand and provision data communications channels
•     Identify synchronization options and carry out synchronization provisioning
•     Provision and manage interfaces and circuit packs
•     Understand and provision protection switching
•     Understand and manage performance monitoring
•     Perform fault management tasks

Conditions for Instructor-Led Training:

•    The maximum number of students for this course is 10.
•    Lectures take place in a classroom using projector presentations.
•    Demonstrations and exercises will be conducted in the classroom and training lab.
•    Students receive course material and product documentation on a USB drive.
•    Reference technical documents are available on the Ciena portal.
•    Course methodology is lecture/discussion and performance/demonstration.
•    Class time balance is estimated as: 75% formal presentation, 20% hands-on exercises and
demonstration, and 5% administrative activities.
•    If this course component is delivered outside of a Ciena facility where captive lab equipment
is not available, the lab equipment in a Ciena facility can be accessed remotely using a WebEx
connection. Remote lab equipment access does have limitations with respect to the amount of tests
and procedures that can be performed.


To be successful in this course, students should have these skills, knowledge,
and equipment:
•    Laptop computer with a USB port capable of displaying PDF presentations.
•    Working knowledge of telecommunications, fiber optics, and digital communications technology.
Additionally, students should complete these Web-based Training courses prior to attending this course.
•    CN06 – ESD, Laser Safety and Fiber Cleaning [duration: 30 minutes]


The duration of this training course is 2 days for the Instructor-Led Training plus approximately 30 minutes for the WBT prerequisite.

Kit Outline:

Lesson 1. Overview
•     6200 Terminology
•     Key features and benefits
•     Interworking with other Network Elements
Lesson 2. Documentation
•    Characteristics of Ciena’s Product documentation
•    Ciena’s Product documentation structure
•    Accessing Ciena’s Product documentation
Lesson 3. Hardware Overview
•     Key features
•     Chassis type
•     Craft terminal and Operation Administration Maintenance (OAM) ports
•     Integrated service interfaces
•     Product architecture
Lesson 4. 6200 Circuit Packs and I/O Modules
•     SONET/SDH and Ethernet tributary interfaces
•     6200 cross connect and aggregate circuit packs
•     Electrical interfaces and modules
Lesson 5. Web User Interface (WUI)
•     User interfaces
•     Characteristics and features of local craft access terminal
•     Activities with Web User Interface (WUI)
Lesson 6. Security and User Management
•     User access classes
•     User account guidelines
•     Provision a Remote Authentication Dial –In User Service (RADIUS) server
•     Security settings
Lesson 7. Data Communications
•     Data communication methods and interfaces
•     Provision interfaces
•     Provision overhead tunnels
•     OSPF, iISIS, ARP and static routes
Lesson 8. Synchronization
•     Synchronization options
•     Optical elements
•     Input and output
•     Faults
•     Protection switching
•     Status messages
•     Activities with the WUI
Lesson 9. Provisioning
•     Optical, Electrical and Ethernet interfaces
•     Maintenance operations
Lesson 10. Protection Switching
•     Traffic protection
•     Manage MSP/APS groups
Lesson 11. Performance Monitoring (PM)
•     PM functions and features
•     Perform PM functions
Lesson 12. Fault Management
•     Local alarm indicators
•     Manage alarms and events
•     Perform:
       •     Alarm clearing procedures
       •     Module replacement