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TELLABS 886 LOOP TEST

TELLABS 886 LOOP TEST

Testing Ethernet circuit (Baseband) is totally different from broadband circuit. However, if you have Ethernet tester (such as Acterna), you can do RFC testing to prove continuity.logo_tellabs.gif

Here is how to put a VLAN loop at tellabs. In this example,

For example>

Device#1 <‚ÄĒ>(Side id 1:ge-1/1/1/1, VLAN111) Tellabs 8860 (Side id 2:so-2/2/2/2:1, VLAN222) <‚ÄĒ>Device#2

1. Delete current circuit

Tellabs_8860> enable
Tellabs_8860> config ckt name CiscoNET.Link admin disable
Tellabs_8860> config no ckt name CiscoNET.Link

2. Create a loop path as named LOOP

Tellabs_8860> enable
Tellabs_8860> config ckt name LOOP type vlan
Tellabs_8860> side id 1 interface so-2/2/2/2:1
Tellabs_8860> side id 1 vlan id 222
Tellabs_8860> side id 2 interface so-2/2/2/2:1
Tellabs_8860> side id 2 vlan id 222
Tellabs_8860> admin enable
Tellabs_8860> exit

To restore the circuit.

3. Delete the loop path

Tellabs_8860> enable
Tellabs_8860> config ckt name LOOP admin disable
Tellabs_8860> config no ckt name LOOP

4. Retore origin path

Tellabs_8860> enable
Tellabs_8860> config ckt name CiscoNET.Link type vlan
Tellabs_8860> side id 1 interface ge-1/1/1/1
Tellabs_8860> side id 1 vlan id 111
Tellabs_8860> side id 2 interface so-2/2/2/2:1
Tellabs_8860> side id 2 vlan id 222
Tellabs_8860> admin enable
Tellabs_8860> exit all

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