Nt1330 Unit 5

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TRAINING HANDOUT – Operations and Maintenance Hardware Layout HP Opencall Overview Starting and Stopping SS7 Links Starting and Stopping RTD Application Services Alarm Management Periodic O&M Tasks and Troubleshooting Procedures Backup and Recovery Procedures Hands-On Exercises Start and Stop SS7 Links / RTD application procedures Viewing logs, TDRs and reports Roamware Confidential and Proprietary Page 1 of 26 TRAINING HANDOUT – Operations and Maintenance HARDWARE LAYOUT GMSC/STP Site #1 GMSC/STP Site #2 E1 links E1 links B N ay etworks SD ProCurve Sw itch 2424M HP J4122B Module Status Self Test Cons ole Powe r Fault Reset Clear Act Fdx 100 M ode Select 7X 8X 9X 10X 11X 12X 1 7…show more content…
Older exported files are compressed and archived, and ultimately purged after a certain period. Database tables are purged after an export. Roamware Confidential and Proprietary Page 24 of 26 TRAINING HANDOUT – Operations and Maintenance ALARM REPORTING The RTD systems can be integrated with the SNMP Management Server. RTD sends out SNMP v1 traps to the Management Server for abnormal conditions. The traps are sent with the following severity levels : – – – – Event Minor Major Critical The SNMP traps also contain a description of the condition that has occurred. Auto-clearing of alarms is not available Traps are sent out on start/stop of any RTD process. Traps are sent out on various pre-determined events. Traps are also sent out when some major/critical error is discovered. These traps have the same OID, only the description is different. To prevent RTD Application from spamming the NMS server, a configurable time period can be defined during which we will not repeat the trap that has already been sent. Roamware Confidential and Proprietary Page 25 of 26 TRAINING HANDOUT – Operations and

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