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Re: how to waste fiber (was:OT:MarketSpeak)

  • From: Lincoln Dale
  • Date: Wed Oct 13 19:11:05 1999

At 14:27 13/10/99 +0000, you wrote:
semi-operational: in the event that path inside a SONET ring switches
from active to protect and back, etc...does this generally show up on a
a router as a series of errors, an interface bounce, or not at all?
in the case of you using a circuit (T1, DS3, ATM, ..) which your carrier transports over SONET, the best you'll see is a lost packet or ten.
(the actual switchover time is fast; the amount of data lost is dependent on the distance of the hop -- light 'in motion' is not recoverable).

in the case of you using a POS interface or similar, you may get APS notification, providing the ring that has failed is on the same element as you.


cheers,

lincoln.






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