Optical Metro 3500 Operations and Maintenance
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A client has a three-node UPSR network with an OC-12 line rate. What happens to traffic if
a signal degrade exceeding 10E-3 bit errors is detected on OC12-12 of Network Element
A. Add/Drop traffic is lost at NE 1. There is no traffic lost on NE 2 and 3.
B. Add/Drop is selected from OC12-12 at NE 1. NE 2 and 3 select passthrough traffic from
C. Add/Drop traffic is selected from OC12-11 at NE 1. NE 2 and 3 select passthrough
traffic from NE 1.
D. Add/Drop traffic is selected from OC12-11 at NE 1. NE 2 and 3 do not select
passthrough traffic from NE 1.
The Optical Metro 3500 supports multiple security access levels. There are five User
Privilege Code (UPC) security levels that allow a range of task execution capabilities.
Which minimum level would allow complete access to all commands?
A. Level 1
B. Level 2
C. Level 3
D. Level 4
A third node is added to an existing Optical Metro 3500 ring. What happens if the new
node is not added to the Network Processor's (NP) Span of Control (SOC)?
A. The new node is automatically added to the NP's SOC.
B. Traffic on the network is affected until the new node is added to the SOC.
C. The new node can be provisioned through the NP, but only with a user account User
Privilege Code (UPC) of level 5.
D. The new node will not be automatically monitored through the NP until the new node is
added to the SOC.
Which statement about the Optical Metro 3500 Shelf Processor (SP) is true?
A. The SP sits in the Optical Metro 3500 slot 16.
B. The SP provides the Ethernet hubbing functionality required to interconnect Optical
Metro 3000 shelves.
C. The SP uses a diskless storage media to store the sof