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Oracle® Communications Network Integrity Optical TMF814 CORBA Cartridge Guide
Release 7.1

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5 Cartridge Usage

This chapter explains how to use the Oracle Communications Network Integrity Optical TMF814 CORBA cartridge.

Creating a TMF814 Discovery Scan

The Optical TMF814 CORBA cartridge allows you to create a Discover TMF814 scan.

To create a Discover TMF814 scan:

  1. Create a scan, as explained in the Network Integrity Help.

  2. On the General tab, do the following:

    • From the Scan Action list, select one of the following:

      • To discover entities from a generic TMF814 element or network management system, select Discover TMF814.

      • To discover entities from a Huawei U2000, select Discover Huawei U2000.

      The Scan Type field displays Discovery.

    • Enter the following TMF814 scan action parameters:

      • In the Username field, enter the username for the target element or network management system (EMS or NMS).

      • In the Password field, enter the password for the target EMS or NMS.

      • In the Ems Naming Service field, enter the EMS session factory CORBA object name.

      • From the Ems Naming Service Format list, specify whether the EMS session factory CORBA object name uses the Plain, or the Stringified format.

      • From the Collect Equipment list, specify whether you want to collect equipment holder objects.

      • From the Collect Termination Points list, specify the type of termination points (TPs) you want to collect. To not collect any TPs, select None.

      • From the Collect Connection TP list, specify the type of connection TPs you want to collect. To not collect any connection TPs, select None.

      • (Optional) To set the number of equipment objects to retrieve with each EMS call, enter a value in the Equipment Fetch Size field. Leave this field blank to retrieve all equipment objects in a single EMS call.

      • (Optional) To set the number of TPs to retrieve with each EMS call, enter a value in the Termination Point Fetch Size field. Leave this field blank to retrieve all TPs in a single EMS call.

      • (Optional) To set the depth to which contained TPs are collected, enter a value in the Contained TP Collection Depth field. Leave this field blank to retrieve all contained TPs.

      • (Optional) To pass custom object request broker (ORB) properties to the Discover Abstract TMF814 action, enter name value pairs in the ORB Properties field, separated by a semicolon, as in the following example:

        Property_1=value_1;Property_2=value_2;Property_n=value_n
        
      • (Optional) To pass custom ORB arguments to the Discover Abstract TMF814 action, enter name value pairs in the ORB Arguments field, separated by a semicolon, as in the following example:

        Argument_1=value_1;Argument_2=value_2;Argument_n=value_n
        
      • (Optional) To filter the discovered managed elements (MEs) by name, enter a name in the Managed Element Name(s) field and set the Managed Element Name Qualifier list.

      • (Optional) To filter the discovered network elements (NEs) by name, enter a name in the Network Element Name(s) field and set the Network Element Name Qualifier list.

      • In the Cross Connect Collection Type field, specify how cross-connect objects are collected. To not collect any cross-connect objects, select None.

      • In the Topological Link Collection Type field, specify how topological links are collected. To not collect any topological links, select None.

      See Table 9-3, "TMF814 UI Parameters Design Studio Construction" for more information.

  3. On the the Scope tab, do one of the following:

    • Enter the EMS CORBA Loc URL

    • Import the IOR file

    • Enter the content of the IOR file

    Note:

    All entries on the Scope tab must be unique. All entries are validated against the CorbaURLAddressHandler address handler.
  4. Make any other required configurations.