We are building out a new DWDM ring with the 4x10GE Enhanced Crossponder. My question is how do we establish a communications channel between the nodes when we have all our fibers connected. I went to provisioning --> Comm Channels and created a GCC link with the Trunk ports as the source but we're still unable to establish any communications between the nodes. What am I missing?
Sorry, I'm not on site today. Basically the crossponder trunk ports connect to MD-40 patch pannels A and B. One goes east and the other goes west. We currently only have fiber connected between 3 nodes and we're trying to build the GCC link so we can see and communicate with them from the main site. We do not have ROADMs in this network. There are some Pre-amps and DCUs at a couple of sites. This is pretty straight forward for the most part. We have MD-40 patch pannels at each location with a 15454 that houses the crossponder card and pre-amp if needed. We are going to have two rings total, one for data and another for video. I hope this helps.
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