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Nokia Optical Diagnostics and Troubleshooting

Course Overview

This course provides students with the skills and knowledge required to troubleshoot and resolve problems on the Nokia 1830 PSS-16/32, using direct web and command line interfaces. Topics include: optical signal flow through a node; using the Nokia 1830 Engineering and Planning Tool (EPT) reports for fault analysis; retrieving optical power data and current alarms/conditions; troubleshooting and repair of transmission, system and optical transponder faults. The course includes extensive hands-on lab exercises to ensure students acquire practical skills on the topics presented.

Course Number

TOP00007

Credit Towards Certification

  • Nokia Optical Network Architect

Duration

4 days (including lectures and hands-on lab exercises)

Recommended Prerequisites

  • Knowledge of optical transmission concepts, standard equipment and protection schemes
  • Familiarity with standard optical node architectures (e.g. FOADM, ROADM, CD)
  • Basic knowledge of GMPLS
  • Nokia Fundamentals of Optical Network Design (course number TOP00004)
  • Thorough knowledge of the 1830 PSS-4/8/16/32 at the architecture level

Exam

Nokia Optical Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (exam number 4A0-265)


Course Objectives

After completing the course students should be able to:

  • Leverage Nokia resources (e.g. Product Support Portal) for product documentation and information
  • Describe the optical signal flow through an 1830 PSS node
  • Explain various amplifier configurations, including: unidirectional/ bi-directional amplifiers; ingress amplification only; ingress and egress amplification
  • Describe how Raman amplification works with Erbium Doped Fiber Amplification
  • Locate configured span loss information between nodes
  • Locate commissioning data in EPT reports and compare with the actual nodal configuration
  • Locate the nodal schematic view in EPT and compare with the actual nodal configuration
  • Describe active alarms and conditions
  • Retrieve active alarms and conditions in WebUI and CLI
  • Generate and export alarms/conditions/logs to Excel
  • Recognize important types of Performance Monitoring measurements (PMs)
  • Retrieve PMs in WebUI and CLI
  • Configure loopbacks to isolate a fault
  • Understand 1830 PSS power management settings
  • Configure power management settings for troubleshooting
  • Describe and troubleshoot important power-related alarms and messages
  • Perform manual power adjustments 
  • Troubleshoot power adjustment failures
  • Trace a service along an optical path, through several interfaces within and beyond a node
  • Perform in-depth channel power monitoring 
  • Locate Wavelength Tracker (WT) detection points on a block diagram 
  • Detect wave key sources within a node 
  • Detect unexpected or missing channels
  • Determine which alarms are raised in a fiber cut situation 
  • Detect unidirectional and bidirectional fiber cuts 
  • Calculate span loss between two nodes and compare to designed span loss 
  • Identify Optical Supervisory Channel (OSC) information and alarms 
  • Troubleshoot common OSC issues 
  • Identify and resolve Forward Error Correction (FEC) configuration issues
  • Identify and resolve payload type & encapsulation mode issues 
  • Identify and resolve fiber connection issues through the Trail Trace Identifier (TTI) feature

Course Modules

  • Module 0 – Introduction
  • Module 1 – Documentation and Support Information
  • Module 2 – Optical Signal Flow
  • Module 3 – EPT report parameters
  • Module 4 – Alarms, conditions and logs
  • Module 5 – Performance monitoring and loopbacks for troubleshooting
  • Module 6 – Transmission and power adjustment troubleshooting techniques
  • Module 7 – Wavelength Tracker
  • Module 8 – Troubleshooting fiber cuts / line issues and alarm correlation
  • Module 9 – Optical Transponder configuration troubleshooting
  • Module 10 – Comprehensive lab exercises

Schedule and Locations

Nokia Optical Diagnostics and Troubleshooting

Price for this course is $3125 (USD) per seat
Start Date End Date Location Delivery Provider
01 Jun 20 04 Jun 20 Canada - Ottawa Virtual NOKIA Register
15 Jun 20 18 Jun 20 India - Bangalore Virtual NOKIA Register
22 Jun 20 25 Jun 20 France - Paris Virtual NOKIA Register
31 Aug 20 03 Sep 20 France - Paris Virtual NOKIA Register
14 Sep 20 17 Sep 20 India - Bangalore Virtual NOKIA Register
28 Sep 20 01 Oct 20 USA - Plano Virtual NOKIA Register
09 Nov 20 12 Nov 20 France - Paris Virtual NOKIA Register
23 Nov 20 26 Nov 20 India - Bangalore Virtual NOKIA Register
07 Dec 20 10 Dec 20 Canada - Ottawa Virtual NOKIA Register
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