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Course Description:

This Operation and Commissioning (O&C) blended-learning kit is designed for
personnel responsible for: clearing alarms; performing facility, equipment, and system
administration duties; installing, commissioning, and testing on the 6500 MultiService Provisioning
Platform (MSPP) node and network.
This kit is comprised of Instructor-Led Training (ILT) plus prerequisite Web-Based Training (WBT).
Students are required to complete the WBTs prior to the ILT portion of the kit. This kit includes:
•     WBT O505 – Product Overview
•     WBT O506 – 6500 First Line Maintenance (FLM)
•     WBT O507 – 6500 Control Plane Overview
•     WBT CN06 – ESD, Laser Safety, and Fiber Cleaning
•     ILT O-242 – 6500 MSPP O&C


Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
•     Find required information and follow required procedures in the documentation
•     Explain 6500 product overview
•     Describe hardware overview
•     Identify the Light Emitting Diode (LED) Indicators
•     Demonstrate accessing the 6500 user interface components
•     Describe 6500 circuit pack/module replacement procedures
•     Define Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
•     Identify the precautions used to minimize risk of damage caused from ESD
•     Identify laser safety guidelines
•     Identify the standard optical connector types and their differences
•     Identify the recommended inspection method for the different optical connector types
•     Identify recommended cleaning techniques
•     Describe the Nodal System Line-up And Testing (SLAT) process
•     Identify the MSPP Hardware
•     Describe the electrical and optical signal flow in a 6500 shelf
•     Explain the proper sequence in Hardware Installation
•     Identify Equipment and Facility Provisioning parameters
•     List the steps involved in Site Testing
•     Explain the MSPP Network SLAT process
•     Identify Synchronization and Protection schemes available for MSPP services
•     Explain Cross Connect provisioning
•     Perform Cross Connections
•     Describe the 6500 MSPP Performance Monitoring (PM) features
•     Retrieve PM data from a node
•     Clear alarms using Fault Management procedures
•     Describe the 6500 Photonic Layer (PL) Performance Monitoring features
•     Retrieve PM data from a node
•     Clear alarms using Fault Management procedure

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 presentation material and product documentation on a USB drive.
•     If the ILT portion of this course is delivered outside 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 blended-learning kit, students should have a basic knowledge of:
•    Fiber optics and digital communications technology
•    Telecommunications systems
•    Experience with telecommunications systems
•    Recommended: Ciena's Optical Communications − Associate (OC-A) Certification
Additionally, prior to attending the Instructor-led portion of this kit, students should have completed:
•     CN06 – ESD, Laser Safety, and Fiber Cleaning [duration: 30 minutes]
•     O505 – 6500 Product Overview [duration: 2 hours 30 minutes]
•     O506 – 6500 First Line Maintenance [duration: 2 hours]
•     O507 – 6500 Control Plane Overview [duration: 1 hour and 30 minutes]

Conditions for Prerequisite Web-based Training:

Interactive Web-based presentations are conducted on:
•     Personal Computer (PC) Windows XP or later
•     MAC OSX 10.6.x or later
•     Sound card with external speakers or headphones
•     Browser support:
•     PC: Microsoft Internal Explorer 8.x or later; Firefox 3.6.x or later; Google Chrome 10.x or later
•     MAC: Apple Safari 4.0.x or later
•     Students need to ensure that any pop-up blocker is disabled.
•     Macromedia Flash Player and/or Windows Media Player web browser plug-ins are required.
•     Reference documents are available on the Ciena portal.


The average time to complete the training courses in this kit is approximately 6 hours 30 minutes for the Web-based components and 4 days for the instructor-
led course.

Kit Outline:

CN06 – ESD, Laser Safety, and Fiber Cleaning
Lesson 1. Introduction
Lesson 2. Electrostatic Discharge Lesson 3. Laser Safety
Lesson 4. Fiber Cleaning

O505 – 6500 Product Overview
Course Introduction
The 6500 Platform Overview

•     Shelf assemblies
•     Applications scenarios

Common Hardware
•     Access panel
•     Access panel variants
•     Shelf cooling units
•     Power input cards
•     Maintenance interface card
•     Shelf processors
•     Filler Card
Features and Functions
•     Client interfaces
•     OTN interfaces and optical mux/demux for regional networks
•     Switching functionality
•     Amplifier components
Protection Schemes
•     Equipment and traffic
•     Data services
•     OTN

6500 Management Interfaces
•     User interfaces
•     Data Communication Network (DCN) functionality
•     Site Manager GUI
•     OneControl software solution
•     Control Plane application software

Product Documentation

O506 – 6500 FLM

Module 1.
Lesson 1. Introduction
Module 2.
Lesson 1. LED Indicators
•     Common equipment
•     Circuit pack (Interfaces)
•     Modules
Module 3.
Lesson 1. 6500 Access
•     Identify interfaces used for communication
•     Remote and local access
•     Describe Site Manager Installation
•     Describe on how to launch a Site Manager session
Module 4.
Lesson 1. 6500 Circuit Pack and Module Replacement

O507 – 6500 Control Plane Overview

Module 1, Lesson 1: Course Introduction
Module 2, Lesson 1: Product Documentation
Module 3, Lesson 1: Control Plane Overview
Module 4, Lesson 1: OSRP Overview

•     Optical Signal Routing Protocol (OSRP)
•     OSRP in a 6500 network
•     Control Plane architecture
•     OSRP Node provisioning
Module 4, Lesson 2: Overview of OSRP lines and links concept
•     OSRP Facilities
•     OSRP Node provisioning steps and facilities
Module 4, Lesson 3: Provisioning OSRP Communication
•    Data Communication requirements for Control Plane
•    Data Communication Channel (DCC) and General Communication Channel (GCC) Facilities that require provisioning
Module 5, Lesson 1: Overview of Routes and Routing Lists
•     Control Plane Routing concept
•     Manual and Dynamic routing
•     Concept of Designated Transit Lists (DTLs)
•     Preferred and Exclusive routes option
•     Creating routes
Module 6, Lesson 1: Control Plane connection types
•     SubNetwork Connection (SNC) connection types
•     SNC provisioning modes
•     Add/Drop end points

O2CB - 6500 Common Book
Lesson 1. Common Hardware Overview
•    Common hardware components including
       •     Shelf variants available
       •     Power options
       •     Shelf Processor
       •     Fan units
       •     Safety and ESD precautions
Lesson 2. Ciena Documentation
Lesson 3. User Interface and Administration Overview
•     Launching Site Manager
•     Network Element Login
•     Navigating through different windows on Site Manager while performing administration tasks
Lesson 4. Nodal SLAT and DCN Overview
•     Data Communication Network (DCN) design options
•     Communication paths that can be used
•     General DCN terms
•     Navigating through different DCN windows on Site Manager

O-242 – 6500 Packet-Optical Platform MSPP O&C
Lesson 1. Nodal SLAT
•     Process
•     Performing nodal SLAT
Lesson 2. Hardware Overview
•     MSPP equipment
•     Electrical and optical interfaces
Lesson 3. Signal Flow
Lesson 4. Hardware Installation Overview

Lesson 5. Provisioning Overview
•     Equipment management features
•     Equipment and facility states
Lesson 6. Site Testing
Lesson 7. MSPP Network SLAT
•     System procedures
Lesson 8. Synchronization Overview
•     Shelf timing sources
•     Performing synchronization activities
Lesson 9. Protection Switching Overview
•     6500 traffic protection schemes
•     Performing protection switching activities
Lesson 10. Provisioning Nodal Connections
•     Connection types
•     Network configurations
•     Provisioning nodal connections
Lesson 11. Complete Testing Procedures
•     Performing signal continuity and protection switching tests
•     Performing supporting procedures
Lesson 12. Performance Monitoring SDH
•     Available PM tool sets
•     Retrieving PM data
Lesson 13. Performance Monitoring SONET
•     Available PM tool sets
•     Retrieving PM data
Lesson 14. Fault Management
•     Testing access features
•     Relating shelf and circuit pack LED indications to equipment operational and fault status
•     Site manager’s alarm and event windows
•     Circuit pack replacement
•     Troubleshooting methodology steps
•     Steps to locate and clear alarms