CN114500312A - Communication line checking method, device, electronic equipment and system - Google Patents

Communication line checking method, device, electronic equipment and system Download PDF

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CN114500312A
CN114500312A CN202111641094.7A CN202111641094A CN114500312A CN 114500312 A CN114500312 A CN 114500312A CN 202111641094 A CN202111641094 A CN 202111641094A CN 114500312 A CN114500312 A CN 114500312A
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李继民
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The embodiment of the invention provides a communication line checking method, a communication line checking device, electronic equipment and a communication line checking system, and relates to the technical field of communication. The method is applied to the checking equipment in the communication line checking system, and comprises the following steps: determining items to be checked of a target communication line with a target work order number; acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number; wherein, the target data source includes: one or more of a business process management subsystem, an equipment management subsystem and a geographic information management subsystem; and executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result. Compared with the prior art, the scheme provided by the embodiment of the application can improve the consistency checking efficiency of the communication line configuration data and the installation data.

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Communication line checking method, device, electronic equipment and system
Technical Field
The present invention relates to the field of communications technologies, and in particular, to a communication line verification method, apparatus, electronic device, and system.
Background
At present, with the continuous development of internet technology, more and more users handle communication services, so that the number of communication lines configured for the communication services is greatly increased, and the increase of the communication lines puts higher requirements on the accuracy of the installation data of the communication lines, so as to ensure the consistency of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication lines.
In the related art, generally, a method of detecting whether configuration data of a communication line and actual installation data are consistent is as follows: and (3) carrying out consistency check on the related data among the systems related to the communication line by adopting a data polling mode, namely after the communication line is opened, periodically extracting the related data among the systems related to the communication line and carrying out batch comparison to complete the consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line.
However, in the related art, batch verification needs to be performed in a fixed verification period, which takes a long time and requires a large verification workload, so that the consistency verification efficiency of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is low.
Disclosure of Invention
Embodiments of the present invention provide a method, an apparatus, an electronic device, and a system for checking a communication line, so as to improve efficiency of checking consistency between configuration data and actual installation data of the communication line. The specific technical scheme is as follows:
in a first aspect, an embodiment of the present invention provides a communication line verification method, where the method is applied to a verification device in a communication line verification system, and the communication line verification system further includes: the method comprises the following steps that:
determining items to be verified of a target communication line with a target work order number; the target work order number is issued to the checking equipment by the service process management subsystem after receiving a designated signal sent by the equipment management subsystem; the specified signal is used for representing that the target communication line is accessed to the equipment management subsystem;
acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number; wherein the target data source comprises: one or more of the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem;
and executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: verifying the service and the port of the head-end equipment and the VLAN;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring first access information and a first VLAN (virtual local area network) corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a head-end machine room code, a first light path code, a second VLAN and second access information corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; wherein the access information comprises: the communication access equipment identifier and the communication access port identifier of the target line;
acquiring a machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
judging whether the head end machine room code is matched with the machine room identification;
if not, determining that the verification result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
otherwise, judging whether the first VLAN and the second VLAN as well as the first access information and the second access information are the same;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the method further comprises the following steps:
and when the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not verified successfully, and replacing the first VLAN and/or the first access information with the second VLAN and/or the second access information.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the service and the optical path;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first service name and a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a second light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
judging whether the first light path code is the same as the second light path code;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the method further comprises:
and outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and replacing the second light path code with the first light path code.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the link and the optical path;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code, a link head end machine room identifier and a link tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
acquiring a light path head end machine room identifier and a light path tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
judging whether the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier are respectively the same as one of the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the method further comprises:
outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, outputting a first rectification work order generation instruction for the item to be checked to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a first rectification work order for changing the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier, and outputting the first rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem respectively changes the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room to one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier based on a first operation instruction sent by a user according to the first rectification work order;
the first rectification work order generation instruction carries the machine room identifier at the head end of the link and the machine room identifier at the tail end of the link; the first rectification work order comprises the machine room mark at the head end of the link and the machine room mark at the tail end of the link.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the normalization of the light path;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
inquiring whether the first light path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem or not;
if the first light path code does not exist, determining that the checking result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful;
if the first service name exists, a first service name corresponding to the target work order number is obtained from the equipment management subsystem, and a second service name corresponding to the first light path code is obtained from the geographic information management subsystem;
when the second service name is one and the first service name is the same as the second service name, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful;
when the second service name is one and the first service name is different from the second service name, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the second service names are multiple, acquiring a head-end machine room address and a tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name from the equipment management subsystem, and judging whether the head-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same and whether the tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the method further comprises the following steps:
and outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the address of the head end machine room corresponding to each second service name is different and/or the address of the tail end machine room corresponding to each second service name is different.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the integrity of the optical path;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring the type of light path terminal equipment corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
judging whether the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable fiber splitting box;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
if not, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the method further comprises:
and outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and acquiring the optical path routing sequence corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: the consistency of the optical path end equipment and the communication receiving equipment is checked;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a first terminal machine room address corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem;
acquiring a second terminal machine room address corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
calculating the distance between the first end machine room address and the second end machine room address, and judging whether the distance is within a preset range;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the method further comprises:
outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and outputting a second rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be checked is not successfully checked to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a second rectification work order about determining whether the second end machine room address is wrongly recorded, and outputs the second rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem changes the second end machine room address based on a second operation instruction sent by a user according to the second rectification work order under the condition that the second end machine room address is wrongly recorded;
the second finishing work order generation instruction carries the second terminal machine room address; the second rework ticket includes the second end room address.
In a second aspect, an embodiment of the present invention provides a communication line verification apparatus, where the apparatus is applied to a verification device in a communication line verification system, and the communication line verification system further includes: business process management subsystem, equipment management subsystem and geographic information management subsystem, the device includes:
the to-be-verified item determining module is used for determining to-be-verified items of the target communication line with the target work order number; the target work order number is issued to the checking equipment by the service process management subsystem after receiving a designated signal sent by the equipment management subsystem; the specified signal is used for representing that the target communication line is accessed to the equipment management subsystem;
a target data acquisition module, configured to acquire, based on the target work order number, each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified; wherein the target data source comprises: one or more of the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem;
and the checking module is used for executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by utilizing each target data to obtain a checking result.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: verifying the service and the port of the head-end equipment and the VLAN;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: acquiring first access information and a first VLAN (virtual local area network) corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a head-end machine room code, a first light path code, a second VLAN and second access information corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; wherein the access information comprises: the communication access equipment identifier and the communication access port identifier of the target line;
acquiring a machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the verification module is specifically configured to:
judging whether the head end machine room code is matched with the machine room identification;
if not, determining that the verification result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
otherwise, judging whether the first VLAN and the second VLAN as well as the first access information and the second access information are the same;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the device further comprises:
and the first result feedback module is used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, and replacing the first VLAN and/or the first access information with the second VLAN and/or the second access information.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the service and the optical path;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to:
acquiring a first service name and a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a second light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the geographic information management subsystem;
the checking module is specifically configured to determine whether the first optical path code is the same as the second optical path code;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
and the second result feedback module is used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be detected is not successfully verified, and replacing the second light path code with the first light path code.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the link and the optical path;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: :
acquiring a first light path code, a link head end machine room identifier and a link tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
acquiring a light path head end machine room identifier and a light path tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the check module is specifically configured to determine whether the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier are respectively the same as one of the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path tail end machine room identifier;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
a third result feedback module, configured to output information for prompting that the item to be checked is unsuccessful in checking, and output a first rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be checked is unsuccessful to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a first rectification work order about changing the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path end machine room identifier, and outputs the first rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem changes the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path end machine room into one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link end machine room identifier, respectively, based on a first operation instruction sent by a user according to the first rectification work order;
the first rectification work order generation instruction carries the machine room identifier at the head end of the link and the machine room identifier at the tail end of the link; the first rectification work order comprises the machine room mark at the head end of the link and the machine room mark at the tail end of the link.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the normalization of the light path;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: :
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
the checking module is specifically configured to query whether the first light path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem;
if the first light path code does not exist, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful;
if the first service name exists, a first service name corresponding to the target work order number is obtained from the equipment management subsystem, and a second service name corresponding to the first light path code is obtained from the geographic information management subsystem;
when the second service name is one and the first service name is the same as the second service name, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful;
when the second service name is one and the first service name is different from the second service name, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the second service names are multiple, acquiring a head-end machine room address and a tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name from the equipment management subsystem, and judging whether the head-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same and whether the tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the device further comprises:
and the fourth result feedback module is used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the addresses of the head end machine rooms corresponding to the second business names are different and/or the addresses of the tail end machine rooms corresponding to the second business names are different.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the integrity of the optical path;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: :
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring the type of light path terminal equipment corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the checking module is specifically used for judging whether the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable fiber splitting box;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
if not, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
and the fifth result feedback module is used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and acquiring the optical path routing sequence corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: the consistency of the optical path end equipment and the communication receiving equipment is checked;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a first terminal machine room address corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem;
acquiring a second terminal machine room address corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the checking module is specifically configured to calculate a distance between the first end machine room address and the second end machine room address, and determine whether the distance is within a preset range;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
a sixth result feedback module, configured to output information for prompting that the item to be checked is unsuccessful in checking, and output a second rectification work sheet generation instruction that is about that the item to be checked is unsuccessful to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a second rectification work sheet that is about that whether the second end machine room address is wrongly recorded, and outputs the second rectification work sheet, so that the geographic information management subsystem changes the second end machine room address based on a second operation instruction sent by a user according to the second rectification work sheet under the condition that the second end machine room address is wrongly recorded;
the second finishing work order generation instruction carries the second terminal machine room address; the second rework ticket includes the second end room address.
In a third aspect, an embodiment of the present invention provides a communication line verification system, where the system includes: the system comprises a checking device, a business process management subsystem, a device management subsystem and a geographic information management subsystem;
the device management subsystem is used for sending a designated signal for representing that a target communication line is accessed to the device management subsystem to the business process management subsystem when the target communication line is detected to be accessed to the device management subsystem; the designated signal carries a target work order number of the target communication line;
the business process management subsystem is used for issuing the target work order number to the checking equipment after receiving the specified signal;
the checking equipment is used for determining a project to be checked of the target communication line with the target work order number after receiving the target work order number; acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number; executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result; wherein the target data source comprises: one or more of the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: verifying the service and the port of the head-end equipment and the VLAN;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring first access information and a first VLAN (virtual local area network) corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a head-end machine room code, a first light path code, a second VLAN and second access information corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; wherein the access information comprises: the communication access equipment identifier and the communication access port identifier of the target line; acquiring a machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
judging whether the head end machine room code is matched with the machine room identification; if not, determining that the verification result is: the verification is unsuccessful; otherwise, judging whether the first VLAN and the second VLAN as well as the first access information and the second access information are the same; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the verification device is further configured to output information for prompting that verification of the item to be verified is unsuccessful when the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, and replace the first VLAN and/or the first access information with the second VLAN and/or the second access information.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the service and the optical path;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first service name and a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a second light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
judging whether the first light path code is the same as the second light path code; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
and the verification equipment is further used for outputting information used for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, and replacing the second light path code with the first light path code.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the link and the optical path;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code, a link head end machine room identifier and a link tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; acquiring a light path head end machine room identifier and a light path tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes: judging whether the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier are respectively the same as one of the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the verification device is further configured to output information for prompting that the item to be verified is unsuccessful when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, and output a first rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be verified is unsuccessful to the business process management subsystem; the first rectification work order generation instruction carries the machine room identifier at the head end of the link and the machine room identifier at the tail end of the link;
the business process management subsystem is further configured to generate a first rectification work order for changing the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path tail end machine room identifier when receiving the first rectification work order generation instruction, and output the first rectification work order; the first rectification work order comprises a link head end machine room mark and a link tail end machine room mark;
the geographic information management subsystem is further configured to change the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path end machine room to one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link end machine room identifier, respectively, based on a first operation instruction sent by a user according to the first finishing work order.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the normalization of the light path;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
inquiring whether the first light path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem or not; if the first light path code does not exist, determining that the checking result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful; if the first service name exists, a first service name corresponding to the target work order number is obtained from the equipment management subsystem, and a second service name corresponding to the first light path code is obtained from the geographic information management subsystem; when the second service name is one and the first service name is the same as the second service name, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful; when the second service name is one and the first service name is different from the second service name, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful; when the second service names are multiple, acquiring a head-end machine room address and a tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name from the equipment management subsystem, and judging whether the head-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same and whether the tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the checking equipment is further used for outputting information used for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked when the addresses of the head end machine rooms corresponding to the second business names are different and/or the addresses of the tail end machine rooms corresponding to the second business names are different.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the integrity of the optical path;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring the type of light path terminal equipment corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
judging whether the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable fiber splitting box; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; if not, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
and the checking equipment is also used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked when the checking result is that the checking is unsuccessful, and acquiring the optical path routing sequence corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: the consistency of the optical path end equipment and the communication receiving equipment is checked;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a first terminal machine room address corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a second terminal machine room address corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
calculating the distance between the first terminal machine room address and the second terminal machine room address, and judging whether the distance is within a preset range; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the verification device is further configured to output information for prompting that the item to be verified is unsuccessful when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, and output a second rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be verified is unsuccessful to the business process management subsystem; the second finishing work order generation instruction carries the second end machine room address;
the business process management subsystem is further configured to generate a second finishing work order for determining whether the second terminal machine room address is in an error record or not when receiving the second finishing work order generation instruction, and output the second finishing work order; wherein the second rework order includes the second end machine room address;
and the geographic information management subsystem is further configured to, under the condition that the second end machine room address record is incorrect, change the second end machine room address based on a second operation instruction sent by the user according to the second finishing work order.
In a fourth aspect, an embodiment of the present invention provides an electronic device, which is characterized by including a processor, a communication interface, a memory, and a communication bus, where the processor and the communication interface complete communication between the memory and the processor through the communication bus;
a memory for storing a computer program;
and a processor configured to implement the steps of any one of the communication line verification methods provided by the first aspect when executing the program stored in the memory.
In a fifth aspect, an embodiment of the present invention provides a computer-readable storage medium, where a computer program is stored in the computer-readable storage medium, and when the computer program is executed by a processor, the computer program implements the steps of any one of the communication line verification methods provided in the first aspect.
In a sixth aspect, an embodiment of the present invention provides a computer program product containing instructions, which when run on a computer, causes the computer to perform the steps of any of the communication line verification methods provided in the first aspect.
The embodiment of the invention has the following beneficial effects:
as can be seen from the above, by applying the scheme provided by the embodiment of the present invention, a communication line verification system including a verification device, a business process management subsystem, a device management subsystem, and a geographic information management subsystem may be first constructed; the checking equipment is used for checking each communication line.
Therefore, after the target communication line to be checked is accessed into the equipment management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem can output a specified signal for representing the target communication line to be accessed into the equipment management subsystem to the business process management subsystem, and therefore the business process management subsystem sends the target work order number of the target communication line to the checking equipment after receiving the specified signal. Furthermore, the checking equipment can firstly determine items to be checked of the target communication line with the target work order number; determining each target data source matched with the item to be verified in the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem based on the target work order number, and acquiring each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source; and then, executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result.
Based on this, by applying the scheme provided by the embodiment of the present invention, after the target communication line is accessed to the device management subsystem, the consistency between the configuration data and the actual installation data of the target communication line can be individually completed based on the target work order number of the target communication line. That is to say, for each communication line accessed by the device management subsystem, after each communication line is accessed, consistency check of configuration data and actual installation data of the communication line can be independently completed based on the work order number of each communication line, so that consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is performed by periodically extracting relevant data among systems relevant to the communication optical fiber service and performing batch comparison in a data polling mode in the use process after the subsequent communication optical fiber service is opened. Therefore, the consistency of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is independently checked based on the work order number, the time consumption is short, the checking workload is small, and the efficiency of the consistency checking of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is improved.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a communication line verification system according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of another communication line verification system according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 3 is a schematic diagram illustrating a signaling interaction process between subsystems in a communication line verification system according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 4 is a schematic flowchart of a service verification method according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 5 is a schematic flowchart of a service and head-end device port and VLAN consistency check according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 6 is a schematic flow chart of a service and optical path consistency check according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 7 is a schematic flowchart of a link and optical path consistency check according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 8 is a schematic flowchart of a normalization verification of an optical path according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 9 is a schematic flow chart of optical path integrity verification according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 10 is a schematic flowchart of a consistency check between an optical path end device and a communication receiving device according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 11 is a schematic structural diagram of a communication line verification apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 12 is a schematic structural diagram of an electronic device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Detailed Description
The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present invention, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, and not all of the embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be derived from the embodiments given herein by one of ordinary skill in the art, are within the scope of the invention.
In the related art, generally, a method of detecting whether configuration data of a communication line and actual installation data are consistent is as follows: and (3) carrying out consistency check on the related data among the systems related to the communication line by adopting a data polling mode, namely after the communication line is opened, periodically extracting the related data among the systems related to the communication line and carrying out batch comparison to complete the consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line.
However, in the related art, batch verification needs to be performed within a fixed verification period, which takes a long time and requires a large verification workload, so that the consistency verification efficiency of the communication line configuration data and the actual installation data is low.
In order to solve the above problem, an embodiment of the present invention provides a communication line verification method, where the method is applied to a verification device in a communication line verification system, and the communication line verification system further includes: the system comprises a business process management subsystem, an equipment management subsystem and a geographic information management subsystem.
The communication line verification method may include the following steps:
determining items to be checked of a target communication line with a target work order number; the target work order number is issued to the checking equipment by the service process management subsystem after receiving a designated signal sent by the equipment management subsystem; the specified signal is used for representing that the target communication line is accessed to the equipment management subsystem;
acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number; wherein the target data source comprises: one or more of the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem;
and executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result.
The method can be applied to an application scenario that consistency check of communication line configuration data and actual installation data needs to be performed on various communication services, and the consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line refers to: and checking the consistency of the work order configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line which completes the communication service. For example, after the communication line construction of the communication service is completed, the configuration information and the actual occupation information of the communication line are verified; when communication lines in the region are checked, the communication line configuration accuracy in the region is checked by using a communication line checking method. The embodiment of the present invention is not particularly limited.
Optionally, the method can be used for verifying the laid communication line in real time when the construction of the communication line is completed and the service is not opened, so as to avoid the problem that the configuration data corresponding to the communication line is inconsistent with the installation data.
For example, before a communication line is constructed and a service is opened, the optical path normalization of the communication line is verified to ensure that the optical path uniquely corresponds to the service executed by the communication line, so as to ensure the communication quality after the service is opened.
Optionally, the method may also perform consistency check on configuration data and installation data of each currently used communication line after the communication line construction is completed and the service is opened.
For example, in a certain period, the consistency of the configuration data and the installation data of each communication line in the designated area is checked, and the check result is counted.
The services executed by each communication line which is already laid and has opened services can be called stock services, and further, the service configuration accuracy check of each currently used communication line can be regarded as the service configuration accuracy check of the stock services.
In addition, the method can verify the private line communication lines of users such as enterprises and the like, and can also verify the common communication lines of residential users; in the verification process, all items to be verified of the communication line can be verified, and part of items to be verified of the communication line can also be verified.
Meanwhile, the method can be applied to the checking equipment in the communication line checking system, the checking equipment can be various electronic equipment which can acquire various data required in the checking process and analyze the data, such as a computer, a background server of the communication system and the like, and can also be an equipment cluster formed by a plurality of the electronic equipment. The embodiment of the present invention is not particularly limited.
As can be seen from the above, by applying the scheme provided by the embodiment of the present invention, a communication line verification system including a verification device, a business process management subsystem, a device management subsystem, and a geographic information management subsystem may be first constructed; the checking equipment is used for checking each communication line.
Therefore, after the target communication line to be checked is accessed into the equipment management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem can output a specified signal for representing the target communication line to be accessed into the equipment management subsystem to the business process management subsystem, and therefore the business process management subsystem sends the target work order number of the target communication line to the checking equipment after receiving the specified signal. Furthermore, the checking equipment can firstly determine items to be checked of the target communication line with the target work order number; determining each target data source matched with the item to be verified in the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem based on the target work order number, and acquiring each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source; and then, executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result.
Based on this, by applying the scheme provided by the embodiment of the present invention, after the target communication line is accessed to the device management subsystem, the consistency between the configuration data and the actual installation data of the target communication line can be individually completed based on the target work order number of the target communication line. That is to say, for each communication line accessed by the device management subsystem, after each communication line is accessed, consistency check of configuration data and actual installation data of the communication line can be independently completed based on the work order number of each communication line, so that consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is performed by periodically extracting relevant data among systems relevant to the communication optical fiber service and performing batch comparison in a data polling mode in the use process after the subsequent communication optical fiber service is opened. Therefore, the consistency of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is independently checked based on the work order number, the time consumption is short, the checking workload is small, and the efficiency of the consistency checking of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is improved.
In order to facilitate understanding of the communication line verification method provided in the embodiment of the present invention, a communication line verification system provided in the embodiment of the present invention and each part included in the communication line verification system are first specifically described below.
Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a communication line verification system according to an embodiment of the present invention.
As shown in fig. 1, the communication line verification system includes: the system comprises a checking device, a business process management subsystem, a device management subsystem and a geographic information management subsystem.
Optionally, as shown in fig. 2, in a specific example, the verification device may be an intelligent Network manager, the Service flow management subsystem may be an SG (Service portal) System, the device management subsystem may be an IP Radio Access Network (IP) Network manager, where IP is an abbreviation of Internet Protocol (Internet Protocol), and the Geographic Information management subsystem is a Geographic Information System (GIS). The intelligent network manager and the IPRAN network manager can communicate through an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) interface.
Optionally, the communication between any two subsystems in the communication line verification system may be performed through an FTP interface.
Next, a signaling interaction procedure among the subsystems in the communication line verification system shown in fig. 2 will be described by taking fig. 3 as an example.
As shown in fig. 3, the intelligent network manager may communicate with the SG system, the IPRAN network manager, and the GIS through the FTP interface to obtain data from the SG system, the IPRAN network manager, and the GIS.
After the head-end equipment and the tail-end equipment of the communication line are accessed to the IPRAN network manager, the communication line can be considered to be accessed to the IPRAN network manager, so that the IPRAN network manager can collect data related to the communication line from the head-end equipment and the tail-end equipment and send a completion signal to the SG system to prompt that the communication line of the SG system is accessed to the IPRAN system.
The SG system receives a completion signal sent by the IPRAN network manager and sends an installation and debugging instruction to relevant technical personnel, and the relevant technical personnel install and debug the service executed by the communication line and send the completion signal to the SG system after completing the installation and debugging so as to prompt that the service executed by the communication line is installed and debugged.
And when receiving a completion signal sent by the related technical personnel, the SG system sends a work order number to the intelligent network manager and triggers the intelligent network manager to check the consistency of the configuration data of the communication line with the work order number and the actual installation data.
After the verification is successful, the SG system may send an opening request to an service opening system (service opening system) to request to open a service executed by the communication line for the communication line having the work order number. The service providing system receives the provision request, provides the service executed by the communication line with the work order number, and outputs information for prompting that the service executed by the communication line is provided for the communication line with the work order number to a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. The CRM system may record the information sent by the server system.
The user handles the communication service, and can provide the user information and the service type of the handled communication service to the service handling system of the communication service operator, and further, the service handling system can generate the work order number of the communication line for executing the communication service according to the received user information and the received service type, and send the user information, the service type and the work order number to the service flow management subsystem.
After receiving the user information, the service type and the work order number, the service flow management subsystem may first generate communication line configuration information of a communication service handled by the user according to the user information and the service type, establish a correspondence between the work order number and the communication line configuration information, and then send the correspondence to a service execution department.
In the field of communication technology, a communication line may refer to an optical fiber communication line or an optical fiber communication line, and a communication line may also be referred to as a communication path, which is a path between a communication station and a subscriber connected by a plurality of lengths of optical fibers or cables. Each communication line has an optical path code consisting of a head end equipment identifier, a tail end equipment identifier and an optical path number of the communication line, and the communication code of each communication line has uniqueness within a specified area. Wherein the optical path number is a number used to characterize the optical fiber or cable employed.
For each communication line, the head end of the communication line is an initiating end of a service executed by the communication line, and the tail end of the communication line is a receiving end of the service executed by the communication line, then the equipment at the initiating end is the head end equipment of the communication line, and the equipment at the receiving end is the tail end equipment of the communication line.
The head end equipment of the communication line can be a communication access equipment placed in a communication room of a communication station for each communication line, a plurality of communication access ports are distributed on the communication access equipment, and the communication room, the communication access equipment and each communication access port of the communication station have respective uniquely determined identifications. Correspondingly, the end device of the communication line may be a communication receiving device disposed in a user-side communication room, the communication receiving device is distributed with a plurality of communication receiving ports, and the user-side communication room, the communication receiving device and each communication receiving port have respective uniquely determined identifications.
The communication receiving device may also be referred to as an optical path terminating device, such as a fiber distribution box or a fiber termination box. Further, the communication receiving apparatus may provide the user with a communication service related to the transacted communication service by communicating with the user terminal.
Alternatively, the head end of the communication line may be denoted as the a-end of the communication path; the communication access device may be referred to as a device a of the communication path. Accordingly, the end of the communication line may be denoted as the Z-end of the communication line, and further, the communication reception device may be denoted as the U-device of the communication path.
After receiving the user information, the service type, and the work order number, the service flow sub-management system may configure a communication office station, a communication room in the communication office station, a communication access device, and a communication access port for the communication service handled by the user, so that the communication line configuration information generated by the service flow sub-management system may include: the station comprises a communication station identification, a communication machine room address in the communication station, a communication machine room identification, a communication access device identification and a communication access port identification in the communication station, wherein the communication station identification, the communication machine room address in the communication station, the communication machine room identification in the communication station, the communication access device identification, the communication access port identification and the work order number are uniquely corresponding to each other. The various types of identifiers may include address information, device model, codes, and other information.
The station identifier, the address of the communication room in the station, the identifier of the communication access device, and the identifier of the communication access port may be referred to as the head end information of the communication line.
Moreover, the service flow management subsystem may also configure a communication room, a communication receiving device, and a communication receiving port on the user side for the communication service handled by the user, so that the communication line configuration information generated by the service flow sub-management system may further include: the system comprises a communication machine room address of a user side, a communication machine room identification of the user side, a communication receiving equipment identification and a communication receiving port identification, wherein the communication machine room address of the user side, the communication machine room identification of the user side, the communication receiving equipment identification, the communication receiving port identification and the work order number are uniquely corresponding to each other. The various types of identifiers may include address information, device model, codes, and other information.
The address of the communication room at the user side, the identifier of the communication receiving device, and the identifier of the communication receiving port may be referred to as end information of the communication line.
For convenience of description, the communication room in the communication station is referred to as a head-end room, and the identifier of the communication room on the user side is referred to as a tail-end room.
In addition, in order to implement normal communication of the communication line, the service flow management subsystem may further configure a Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) for the communication service handled by the user, so that the communication line configuration information generated by the service flow management subsystem may further include the VLAN.
And the staff of the business execution department acquires the corresponding relation between the work order number and the communication line configuration information sent by the business process management subsystem, and then performs communication line construction according to the work order number and the communication line configuration information.
Furthermore, when the communication line is constructed by the staff of the business execution department, the occupation information of the laid communication line can be manually input according to the actual laying condition of the communication line, the corresponding relation between the occupation information and the work order number is established, and the corresponding relation is uploaded to the equipment management subsystem. Wherein, the occupation information includes: the service name executed by the laid communication line, and the link name, head end information, tail end information, head end equipment room coding, and light path coding of the laid communication line. The optical path code is composed of a communication access device identifier, a communication receiving device identifier and numbers for representing optical fibers or optical cables used by the laid communication line, and the link information is composed of a communication access device identifier, a communication receiving device identifier and communication facility identifiers such as pipelines and poles used for laying the communication line.
In addition, in order to implement normal communication of the communication line, when performing the communication line construction, the staff of the service execution department may set a VLAN for the communication service corresponding to the communication line, and thus, the occupancy information may further include the VLAN.
Meanwhile, each communication line can be accessed to the geographic information management subsystem, so that the staff of the business execution department can also manually input the geographic information of the laid communication line according to the actual laying condition of the communication line, establish the corresponding relationship between the geographic information and the work order number and further send the corresponding relationship to the geographic system management subsystem.
Wherein the geographic information includes: the service name executed by the laid communication line, and the head end information, the tail end information, the head end machine room code and the light path code of the laid communication line, and the geographic information further includes the communication facility identification such as the pipe and the pole used by the laid communication line. In addition, the head end equipment identifier and the tail end equipment identifier included in the geographic information, and the communication facility identifiers such as pipelines and poles used by the laid communication line can jointly form an optical path routing sequence, so that the trend of the laid communication line and the connection relation of each communication node passed by the line can be accurately acquired by inquiring the optical path routing sequence.
In the occupancy information and the geographic information, the end device identifier may characterize a device type of the end device.
As described above, the data recorded by the above subsystems are as follows for each communication line:
the business process management subsystem records: the corresponding relation between the work order number of the communication line and the configuration information of the communication line; the communication line configuration information includes: head-end information, and VLAN.
Wherein the communication line configuration information is configured for the communication line in advance;
the head end information includes: a communication station identification, a communication machine room address in the communication station, a communication machine room identification in the communication station, a communication access equipment identification and a communication access port identification; a communication machine room in the communication station can be called as a head end machine room;
the above-mentioned end information includes: the method comprises the steps that a communication machine room address of a user side, a communication machine room identification of the user side, a communication receiving equipment identification and a communication receiving port identification are obtained; the communication room on the user side may be referred to as an end room.
The device management subsystem records: the corresponding relation between the work order number of the communication line and the occupation information; the occupancy information includes: the name of the service executed by the communication line, and the link information, head end information, tail end information, head end machine room coding, optical path coding, and VLAN of the communication line.
Wherein, the occupation information is recorded according to the actual conditions of the equipment and the line used in the actual laying process of the communication line.
The geographic system management subsystem records: the corresponding relation between the work order number of the communication line and the geographic information; the geographic information includes: the name of the service executed by the communication line, and the head end information, the tail end information, the head end equipment room code and the light path code of the laid communication line.
The geographical information is recorded according to the actual conditions of the equipment and the line used in the actual laying process of the communication line.
It is to be emphasized that: the above-mentioned records include the same type of data in the head end information and the tail end information recorded by the business process management subsystem, the device management subsystem and the geographic system management subsystem, and since the communication access device is a device installed in the head end machine room and the communication receiving device is a device installed in the tail end machine room, the address of the head end machine room can be used as the address of the communication access device and the address of the tail end machine room can be used as the address of the communication receiving device.
After the communication line construction is completed, in order to check whether the occupation information of the communication line acquired by the equipment management subsystem matches with the communication line configuration information generated by the business process management subsystem, the communication line may be accessed to the equipment management subsystem, and then, the consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data is completed through the communication line checking system.
In the communication line verification system, the verification device is a core system for verifying the consistency of the communication line configuration data and the actual installation data, and the verification device completes the consistency verification of the communication line configuration data and the actual installation data through data interaction with the business process management subsystem, the device management subsystem and the geographic system management subsystem.
During the consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line, at least one of the following check items may be executed:
the method comprises the steps of service and head end equipment port and VLAN verification, service and light path consistency verification, link and light path consistency verification, light path standardization verification, light path integrity and light path end equipment and communication receiving equipment consistency verification.
Hereinafter, a communication line verification method provided in an embodiment of the present application is specifically described with reference to the accompanying drawings.
Fig. 4 is a flowchart illustrating a communication line verification method according to an embodiment of the present invention, and as shown in fig. 4, the method may include the following steps S401 to S403.
S401: determining items to be verified of a target communication line with a target work order number;
the target work order number is issued to the checking equipment after the business process management subsystem receives a designated signal sent by the equipment management subsystem; the designation signal is used to characterize the target communication line accessing the device management subsystem.
As described above, for a target communication line, the service processing system of the communication service operator generates a target work order number for the target communication line, and further, the service flow management subsystem, the device management subsystem, and the geographic information management subsystem in the communication line verification system can acquire the target work order number in various ways.
Furthermore, after the target communication line is constructed, the target communication line may be accessed to the device management subsystem in order to check whether the occupation information of the target communication line acquired by the device management subsystem matches the communication line configuration information generated by the business process management subsystem.
When the device management subsystem detects that the target communication line is accessed, a specified signal can be sent to the service flow management subsystem, and the specified signal is used for representing that the target communication line is accessed to the device management subsystem, wherein the specified signal can carry the target work order number. Thus, after receiving the specified signal, the business process management subsystem can determine that the target communication line with the target work order number is accessed to the access equipment management subsystem, and therefore, the target work order number can be issued to the verification equipment.
Optionally, the designation signal may be a completion signal as shown in fig. 2.
After receiving the target work order number, the verification device can determine a target communication line with the target work order number and further determine items to be verified of the target communication line.
Optionally, the item to be verified may be at least one of the following verification items:
the method comprises the steps of service and head end equipment port and VLAN verification, service and light path consistency verification, link and light path consistency verification, light path standardization verification, light path integrity and light path end equipment and communication receiving equipment consistency verification.
Of course, it is reasonable that the items to be verified may be other items besides the verification items.
Based on this, optionally, the verification device may determine all of the verification items as items to be verified.
Optionally, the verification device may randomly determine at least one verification item from all the verification items, as the item to be verified.
Alternatively, the verification subsystem may acquire an instruction sent by the user to indicate the verification item, and thereby determine the verification item indicated by the instruction as the item to be verified.
Of course, the verification subsystem may also determine the item to be verified in other manners, and the embodiment of the present invention is not particularly limited thereto.
S402: acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number;
wherein, the target data source includes: one or more of a business process management subsystem, an equipment management subsystem and a geographic information management subsystem.
After determining that the items to be verified are removed, the verification device may determine, from the business process management subsystem, the device management subsystem, and the geographic information management subsystem, each target data source matched with the items to be verified and target data that needs to be acquired from each target data source. Furthermore, the verification device may obtain each target data from each determined target data source based on the target work order number.
For the item to be verified, the determined target data source may include at least one of the business process management subsystem, the device management subsystem, and the geographic information management subsystem.
S403: and executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result.
After the target data are obtained, the verification device may execute the item to be verified on the target communication line by using the target data, so as to obtain a verification result.
As can be seen from the above, by applying the solution provided in the embodiment of the present invention, after the target communication line is accessed to the device management subsystem, the consistency between the configuration data and the actual installation data of the target communication line can be achieved based on the target work order number of the target communication line. That is to say, for each communication line accessed by the device management subsystem, after each communication line is accessed, the consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line can be independently completed based on the work order number of each communication line, so that the consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line can be performed by periodically extracting the relevant data among the systems related to the communication optical fiber service and performing batch comparison in the use process after the subsequent communication optical fiber service is opened in a data polling mode. Therefore, the consistency of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is independently checked based on the work order number, the time consumption is short, the checking workload is small, and the efficiency of the consistency checking of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is improved.
The following describes specifically each verification item in the service and head-end device port and VLAN verification, service and optical path consistency verification, link and optical path consistency verification, optical path standardization verification, optical path integrity, and optical path end device and communication receiving device consistency verification, respectively.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: verifying the service and the port of the head-end equipment and the VLAN;
in this specific implementation manner, the step S402 of acquiring, based on the target work order number, each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified may include the following steps 11 to 12:
step 11: acquiring first access information and a first VLAN (virtual local area network) corresponding to a target work order number from a service process management subsystem; acquiring a head-end machine room code, a first light path code, a second VLAN and second access information corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
wherein, the access information comprises: the communication access equipment identification and the communication access port identification of the target line;
step 12: acquiring a machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
as mentioned above, for the target line, the service flow management subsystem records a corresponding relationship between a target work order number and target communication line configuration information, where the target communication line configuration information includes a communication access device identifier, a communication access port identifier, and a VLAN. And the equipment management subsystem records the corresponding relation between the target work order number and the target occupation information, wherein the target occupation information comprises a communication access equipment identifier, a communication access port identifier, a head end machine room code, a light path code and a VLAN.
Thus, the checking device can obtain the communication access device identifier, the communication access port identifier and the VLAN corresponding to the target work order number from the service flow management subsystem,
the service flow management subsystem acquires a communication access device identifier and a communication access port identifier, wherein the communication access device identifier and the communication access port identifier acquired from the service flow management subsystem are first access information, and the VLAN acquired from the service flow management subsystem is a first VLAN.
And the checking equipment can acquire the communication access equipment identifier, the communication access port identifier, the head end machine room code, the light path code and the VLAN corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem.
The communication access equipment identifier and the communication access port identifier obtained from the equipment management subsystem are the second access information, the VLAN obtained from the equipment management subsystem is the second identifier, and the light path code obtained from the equipment management subsystem is the first light path code.
Furthermore, for the target line, the geographic information management subsystem records the corresponding relation between the target work order number and the target geographic information, and the target geographic information comprises a head-end machine room identifier, a tail-end machine room identifier and a light path code. In addition, the first optical path code and the optical path code recorded by the geographic information management subsystem are both manually entered optical path codes according to the actual laying condition of the target communication line in the construction process of the target communication line, so the optical path codes recorded by the first optical path code and the geographic information management subsystem may be the same.
Therefore, after the first light path code is obtained by the inspection subsystem, the head-end machine room identifier and the tail-end machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code can be searched from the target geographic information, namely, the check equipment can obtain the machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem. That is to say, the machine room identifier obtained by the verification device includes: a head end machine room identifier and a tail end machine room identifier.
Accordingly, in this specific implementation manner, the step S403 of performing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain the checking result may include the following steps 13 to 14:
step 13: judging whether the head-end machine room code is matched with the machine room identifier or not; if not, determining that the verification result is: the verification is unsuccessful; otherwise, go to step 14;
step 14: judging whether the first VLAN and the second VLAN as well as the first access information and the second access information are the same or not; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful.
After the target data are obtained, whether the head-end machine room code is matched with any one of the head-end machine room identifier and the tail-end machine room identifier or not can be judged, namely whether the head-end machine room actually occupied by the target line is the same as the head-end machine room or the tail-end machine room recorded in the geographic system management subsystem or not can be judged.
If the head-end machine room code is judged not to be matched with the machine room identification, namely the head-end machine room actually occupied by the target line is different from the head-end machine room and the tail-end machine room recorded in the geographic system management subsystem, the verification can be determined to be unsuccessful. Optionally, when the head-end machine room code is judged not to be matched with the machine room identifier, the checking device may report an error to prompt relevant staff that the checking is unsuccessful, so that the relevant staff may take corresponding measures to check.
If the head-end machine room code is matched with the machine room identifier, that is, the head-end machine room actually occupied by the target line is the same as the head-end machine room or the tail-end machine room recorded in the geographic system management subsystem, it may be further determined whether the first VLAN is the same as the second VLAN, and whether the first access information is the same as the second access information. That is, it is further determined whether the head-end device and the communication access port actually occupied by the target line are the same as the configured head-end device and the configured communication access port, and whether the virtual local area network actually used by the target line is the same as the configured virtual local area network.
If the first VLAN and the second VLAN are the same, and the first access information is the same as the second access information, that is, the head-end device and the communication access port actually occupied by the target line are the same as the configured head-end device and the configured communication access port, and the virtual lan actually used by the target line is the same as the configured virtual lan, it may be determined that the verification is successful.
If the first VLAN is judged to be different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is judged to be different from the second access information, the head end equipment and the communication access port actually occupied by the target line are different from the configured head end equipment and the configured communication access port, and/or the virtual local area network actually used by the target line is different from the configured virtual local area network, and the verification is determined to be unsuccessful.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, on the basis of the steps 11 to 14, the communication line verification method provided in the embodiment of the present invention may further include the following step 15;
step 15: and when the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not verified successfully, and replacing the first VLAN and/or the first access information with the second VLAN and/or the second access information.
In this specific implementation manner, when it is determined that the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, the verification device may first output information for prompting that the item to be verified is unsuccessful, so as to prompt the relevant staff that the verification is unsuccessful, so that the relevant staff may take corresponding measures to perform verification. Optionally, the information may be various types of information such as voice information and text information.
Furthermore, the verification device may change the data recorded in the business process management subsystem based on the data recorded in the device management subsystem.
When the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and the first access information is different from the second access information, the verification device may replace the first VLAN in the service flow management subsystem with the second VLAN and replace the first access information in the service flow management subsystem with the second access information;
when the first VLAN is the same as the second VLAN and the first access information is different from the second access information, the verification device may replace the first access information in the service flow management subsystem with the second access information;
when the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and the first access information is the same as the second access information, the verification device may replace the first VLAN in the service flow management subsystem with the second VLAN.
Optionally, the verification device may output a control instruction for replacing the first access device information with the second access device information and/or replacing the first VLAN with the second VLAN to the service flow management subsystem, so that, after receiving the control instruction, the service flow management subsystem may replace the first access device information stored in the service flow management subsystem with the second access device information and/or replace the first VLAN stored in the service flow management subsystem with the second VLAN.
Therefore, the business process management subsystem can record the corresponding relation between the updated target work order number and the access information and VLAN.
For example, based on the communication line verification system shown in fig. 2, in order to facilitate understanding of the above-mentioned process of verifying the consistency between the traffic and the port of the head-end device and the VLAN, the following description is made in detail with reference to fig. 5.
And the SG system sends the work order number to the intelligent network manager, the intelligent network manager inquires a head-end machine room code and a first light path code from the IPRAN network manager according to the work order number, and then the intelligent network manager acquires the machine room identifier from the GIS according to the first light path code. Therefore, the intelligent network manager judges whether the head-end machine room code is matched with the machine room identifier.
If not, the verification is determined to be unsuccessful, and the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of the unsuccessful verification and report an error to prompt that the verification is unsuccessful.
If the work order number is matched with the first access equipment information, the intelligent network manager inquires second access information and a second VLAN from the IPRAN network manager according to the work order number, inquires first access information and a first VLAN from the SG system according to the work order number, and then judges whether the first VLAN and the second VLAN are the same as well as the first access equipment information and the second access equipment information are the same or not.
If the first VLAN is the same as the second VLAN and the first access device information is the same as the second access device information, the verification is determined to be successful, and the intelligent network management can record the verification result of the successful verification and file the verification result.
If the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, the verification is determined to be unsuccessful, the intelligent network management can replace the first VLAN in the SG system with the second VLAN in the IPRAN network management, and/or replace the first access information in the SG system with the second access information in the IPRAN network management. Thus, the SG system can record the correspondence between the work order number and the replaced VLAN and/or access information.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the service and the optical path;
in this specific implementation manner, the step S402 of acquiring, based on the target work order number, each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified may include the following step 21:
step 21: acquiring a first service name and a first light path code corresponding to a target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a second light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the geographic information management subsystem;
as described above, the device management subsystem records a corresponding relationship between a target work order number and target occupation information, where the target occupation information includes: and (5) encoding the light path. And the geographic information management subsystem records the corresponding relation between the target work order number and the target geographic information, and the target geographic information comprises: and (5) encoding the light path.
Therefore, the inspection subsystem can acquire the optical path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem as the first optical path code, and acquire the optical path code corresponding to the target work order number from the geographic information management subsystem as the second optical path code.
Accordingly, in this specific implementation manner, the step S403 of performing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain the checking result may include the following step 22:
step 22: judging whether the first light path code is the same as the second light path code; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful.
After the first optical path code and the second optical path code are obtained, whether the first optical path code and the second optical path code are the same can be judged.
The optical path code is a code composed of a communication access device identifier of a target line, a communication receiving device identifier and a number used for representing an optical fiber or an optical cable used by the target communication line, so that whether the first optical path code and the second optical path code are the same or not is judged, that is, whether the target lines recorded by the device management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem are the same or not is judged.
Thus, if the first optical path code is the same as the second optical path code, it indicates that the target lines respectively recorded by the device management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem are the same line, and thus, it can be determined that the verification result is successful;
if the first light path code is different from the second light path code, the target lines respectively recorded by the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem are different lines, and therefore the verification result can be determined to be unsuccessful.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, on the basis of the steps 21 to 22, when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the communication line verification method provided in the embodiment of the present invention may further include the following step 23:
step 23: and outputting information for prompting that the item to be detected is not successfully verified, and replacing the second light path code with the first light path code.
When the first light path code is judged to be different from the second light path code, the verification equipment can output and send information for prompting that the project to be verified is unsuccessful so as to prompt relevant workers that the verification is unsuccessful, and therefore the relevant workers can take corresponding measures to conduct verification. Optionally, the information may be various types of information such as voice information and text information.
Furthermore, the verification device may change the data recorded in the geographic information management subsystem with reference to the data recorded in the device management subsystem.
The verification equipment can replace the second light path code in the geographic information management subsystem with the first light path code.
Optionally, the verification device may output a control instruction about replacing the second light path code with the first light path code to the geographic information management subsystem, so that the geographic information management subsystem may replace the second light path code stored in the geographic information management subsystem with the first light path code after receiving the control instruction.
Therefore, the geographic information management subsystem can record the corresponding relation between the updated target work order number and the light path code.
For example, based on the communication line verification system shown in fig. 2, in order to facilitate understanding of the above-mentioned process of verifying the consistency between the traffic and the optical path, the following description is made in detail with reference to fig. 6.
And the SG system sends the work order number to an intelligent network manager, and the intelligent network manager inquires a first light path code from the IPRAN network manager according to the work order number and inquires a second light path code from the GIS according to the work order number. And then, the intelligent network manager judges whether the first light path code is the same as the second light path code.
If the first light path code is the same as the second light path code, the verification is determined to be successful, and the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of the successful verification and file the verification result.
If the first light path code is different from the second light path code, the intelligent network manager can replace the second light path code in the GIS with the first light path code in the IPRAN network manager. Therefore, the GIS can record the corresponding relation between the work order number and the replaced second light path code.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the link and the optical path;
in this specific implementation manner, the step S402 of acquiring, based on the target work order number, each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified may include the following steps 31 to 32:
step 31: acquiring a first light path code, a first-end machine room mark of a link and a tail-end machine room mark of the link corresponding to a target work order number from an equipment management subsystem;
step 32: acquiring a light path head end machine room identifier and a light path tail end machine room identifier corresponding to a first light path code from a geographic information management subsystem;
as described above, for the target line, the device management subsystem records a corresponding relationship between the target work order number and the target occupation information, where the target occupation information includes: a head end machine room mark, a tail end machine room mark and a light path code; the geographic information management subsystem records the corresponding relation between the target work order number and the target geographic information, and the target geographic information comprises: the system comprises a head end machine room mark, a tail end machine room mark and a light path code.
Therefore, the inspection subsystem can acquire the head-end machine room identifier, the tail-end machine room identifier and the light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, wherein the head-end machine room identifier acquired from the equipment management subsystem can be called as a link head-end machine room identifier, the tail-end machine room identifier acquired from the equipment management subsystem can be called as a link tail-end machine room identifier, and the light path code acquired from the equipment management subsystem can be called as a first light path code.
Furthermore, for the target link, since the first optical path code and the optical path code recorded by the geographic information management subsystem are both manually entered optical path codes according to the actual laying condition of the target communication link during the construction process of the target communication link, the first optical path code and the optical path code recorded by the geographic information management subsystem may be the same.
Therefore, after the first light path code is obtained by the inspection subsystem, the head-end machine room identifier and the tail-end machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code can be searched from the target geographic information. The head-end equipment room identifier obtained from the geographic information management subsystem may be referred to as an optical path head-end equipment room identifier, and the tail-end equipment room identifier obtained from the geographic information management subsystem may be referred to as an optical path tail-end equipment room identifier.
Accordingly, in this specific implementation manner, the step S403 of performing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain the checking result may include the following step 33:
step 33: judging whether the machine room mark at the head end of the link and the machine room mark at the tail end of the link are respectively the same as one of the machine room mark at the head end of the light path and the machine room mark at the tail end of the light path; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful.
After the link head end machine room identifier and the link end machine room identifier, and the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path end machine room identifier are obtained, whether the link head end machine room identifier and the link end machine room identifier are respectively the same as one of the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path end machine room identifier can be judged. That is, it can be determined that the target line recorded in the device management subsystem and the two devices to which the target line recorded in the geographic information management subsystem is connected are respectively the same.
In this way, if the first-end machine room identifier and the last-end machine room identifier of the link are respectively the same as one of the first-end machine room identifier and the last-end machine room identifier of the optical path, it indicates that the target line recorded in the device management subsystem is respectively the same as the two devices connected to the target line recorded in the geographic information management subsystem, and thus, it may be determined that the verification result is successful.
Wherein, link head end computer lab sign and the terminal computer lab sign of link are the same with one sign in light path head end computer lab sign and the terminal computer lab sign of light path respectively and include:
the machine room mark at the head end of the link is the same as the machine room mark at the head end of the light path, and the machine room mark at the tail end of the link is the same as the machine room mark at the tail end of the light path; or the identifier of the machine room at the head end of the link is the same as the identifier of the machine room at the tail end of the light path, and the identifier of the machine room at the tail end of the link is the same as the identifier of the machine room at the head end of the light path.
If the link head end machine room identifier and/or the link tail end machine room identifier are different from the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path tail end machine room identifier, it is indicated that the target line recorded in the equipment management subsystem is different from the two devices connected with the target line recorded in the geographic information management subsystem, and therefore the verification result can be determined to be unsuccessful.
Wherein, link head end computer lab sign and/or the terminal computer lab sign of link all inequality with light path head end computer lab sign and the terminal computer lab sign of light path includes:
the link head end machine room identification is different from the light path head end machine room identification and the light path terminal machine room identification, and the link terminal machine room identification is different from the light path head end machine room identification and the light path terminal machine room identification; or the identifier of the link head end machine room is the same as the identifier of the optical path head end machine room or the identifier of the optical path tail end machine room, and the identifier of the link tail end machine room is different from the identifier of the optical path head end machine room and the identifier of the optical path tail end machine room; or the link head end machine room identifier is different from the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path end machine room identifier, and the link end machine room identifier is the same as the optical path head end machine room identifier or the optical path end machine room identifier.
Optionally, in step 33, it may be determined whether the identifier of the head end machine room of the link is the same as the identifier of the head end machine room of the optical path or the identifier of the tail end machine room of the optical path, and if the identifiers are different, the verification is unsuccessful;
and if the link head end machine room identifier is the same as the optical path head end machine room identifier, continuously judging whether the link tail end machine room identifier is the same as the optical path tail end machine room identifier, if so, successfully verifying, and otherwise, unsuccessfully verifying. And if the machine room identifier at the head end of the link is the same as the machine room identifier at the tail end of the light path, continuously judging whether the machine room identifier at the tail end of the link is the same as the machine room identifier at the head end of the light path, if so, successfully verifying, and otherwise, unsuccessfully verifying.
Similarly, optionally, it may be determined whether the identifier of the machine room at the end of the link is the same as the identifier of the machine room at the head end of the optical path or the identifier of the machine room at the end of the optical path, and if the identifiers are different, the verification is unsuccessful;
and if the terminal machine room identifier of the link is the same as the terminal machine room identifier of the optical path, continuously judging whether the terminal machine room identifier of the link is the same as the terminal machine room identifier of the optical path, if so, successfully verifying, and otherwise, unsuccessfully verifying. And if the link end machine room identifier is the same as the optical path end machine room identifier, continuously judging whether the link head end machine room identifier is the same as the optical path head end machine room identifier, if so, successfully verifying, and otherwise, unsuccessfully verifying.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, on the basis of the steps 31 to 33, when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the communication line verification method provided in the embodiment of the present invention may further include the following step 34:
step 34: outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, outputting a first rectification work order generation instruction for the item to be checked to be unsuccessfully checked to a business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a first rectification work order for changing a light path head end machine room identifier and a light path tail end machine room identifier, and outputting the first rectification work order, and enabling a geographic information management subsystem to respectively change the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier into one of a link head end machine room identifier and a link tail end machine room identifier based on a first operation instruction sent by a user according to the first rectification work order;
the first rectification work order generation instruction carries a machine room identifier at the head end of the link and a machine room identifier at the tail end of the link; the first rectification work order comprises a machine room mark at the head end of the link and a machine room mark at the tail end of the link.
When the first light path code is judged to be different from the second light path code, the verification equipment can firstly output information for prompting that the item to be verified is unsuccessful so as to prompt relevant workers that the verification is unsuccessful, so that the relevant workers can take corresponding measures to perform verification. Optionally, the information may be various types of information such as voice information and text information.
Furthermore, the verification device may change the data recorded in the geographic information management subsystem with reference to the data recorded in the device management subsystem.
The verification device may first output a first rectification work order generation instruction about unsuccessful verification of the item to be verified to the service flow management subsystem, and the first rectification work order generation instruction carries the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier.
Therefore, after receiving the first rectification work order generation instruction, the business process management subsystem can generate a first rectification work order for changing the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier in the geographic information management subsystem, and output the first rectification work order. And the first rectification work order comprises the link head end machine room mark and the link tail end machine room mark.
Furthermore, when the worker looks up the first rectification work order, the worker can send a first operation instruction to the geographic information management subsystem based on the first rectification work order, so that the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier in the geographic information management subsystem are respectively changed into one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier.
For example, the light path head end machine room identifier in the geographic information management subsystem is changed to the link head end machine room identifier, and the light path end machine room identifier in the geographic information management subsystem is changed to the link end machine room identifier; for another example, the optical path head end equipment room identifier in the geographic information management subsystem is changed to the link end equipment room identifier, and the optical path end equipment room identifier in the geographic information management subsystem is changed to the link head end equipment room identifier.
The worker may send the first operation instruction to the geographic information management subsystem in various ways, for example, directly delete the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path end machine room identifier in the geographic information management subsystem, and output the changed light path head end machine room identifier and the changed light path end machine room identifier. The embodiment of the present invention is not particularly limited.
For example, based on the communication line verification system shown in fig. 2, in order to facilitate understanding of the above-mentioned link and optical path consistency verification process, a detailed description is provided below with reference to fig. 7.
The SG system sends the work order number to the intelligent network management, and the intelligent network management acquires the first light path code, the machine room mark at the head end of the link and the machine room mark at the tail end of the link from the IPRAN network management according to the work order number, and then the intelligent network management acquires the machine room mark at the head end of the light path and the machine room mark at the tail end of the light path from the GIS according to the first light path code.
Thus, the intelligent network manager firstly judges whether the machine room mark at the head end of the link is the same as the machine room mark at the head end of the optical path or the machine room mark at the tail end of the optical path;
if not, the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of the unsuccessful verification, and output a first rectification work order generation instruction about the unsuccessful verification of the item to be verified to the SG system, so that the business process management subsystem generates a first rectification work order about changing the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier, and outputs the first rectification work order, and the geographic information management subsystem respectively changes the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier into one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier based on a first operation instruction sent by a user.
If the identifier of the machine room at the head end of the link is the same as the identifier of the machine room at the head end of the light path, the intelligent network manager can continuously judge whether the identifier of the machine room at the tail end of the link is the same as the identifier of the machine room at the tail end of the light path.
If the verification result is the same as the verification result, the verification is determined to be successful, and the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of successful verification and file the verification result.
If not, the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of the unsuccessful verification, and output a first rectification work order generation instruction about the unsuccessful verification of the item to be verified to the SG system, so that the business process management subsystem generates a first rectification work order about changing the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier, and outputs the first rectification work order, and the geographic information management subsystem respectively changes the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier into one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier based on a first operation instruction sent by a user.
If the machine room mark at the head end of the link is the same as the machine room mark at the tail end of the optical path, the intelligent network manager can continuously judge whether the machine room mark at the tail end of the link is the same as the machine room mark at the head end of the optical path.
If the verification result is the same as the verification result, the verification is determined to be successful, and the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of successful verification and file the verification result.
If not, the verification is determined to be unsuccessful, the intelligent network management can record the verification result of the unsuccessful verification, and output a first rectification work order generation instruction about the unsuccessful verification of the item to be verified to the SG system, so that the business process management subsystem generates a first rectification work order about changing the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier, and outputs the first rectification work order, and the geographic information management subsystem respectively changes the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier into one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier based on a first operation instruction sent by a user.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the normalization of the light path;
in this specific implementation manner, the step S402 of acquiring, based on the target work order number, each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified may include the following steps 41 to 42:
step 41: acquiring a first light path code corresponding to a target work order number from an equipment management subsystem;
as mentioned above, for the target line, the device management subsystem records a corresponding relationship between the target work order number and the target occupation information, and the target occupation information includes the light path code; therefore, the inspection subsystem can acquire the optical path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem as the first optical path code.
Accordingly, in this specific implementation manner, the step S403 of performing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain the checking result may include the following step 42:
step 42: inquiring whether a first light path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem or not; if not, determining that the checking result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful; otherwise, steps 43-46 are performed;
step 43: acquiring a first service name corresponding to a target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a second service name corresponding to a first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
step 44: when the second service name is one and the first service name is the same as the second service name, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful;
step 45: when the second service name is one and the first service name is different from the second service name, determining that the checking result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful;
step 46: acquiring a head-end machine room address and a tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name from the equipment management subsystem, and judging whether the head-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same or not and whether the tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same or not; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful.
As mentioned above, for the target line, the geographic information management subsystem records a corresponding relationship between the target work order number and the target geographic information, and the target geographic information includes the light path code.
Since the first optical path code and the optical path code recorded by the geographic information management subsystem are both manually entered optical path codes according to the actual laying condition of the target communication line in the construction process of the target communication line, the first optical path code and the optical path code recorded by the geographic information management subsystem should be the same.
Thus, after the checking subsystem obtains the first light path code, it can be queried whether the first light path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem, that is, whether the light path code corresponding to the target work order number recorded in the geographic information management subsystem is the same as the first light path code.
The optical path code is a code composed of a communication access device identifier of the target line, a communication receiving device identifier and numbers used for representing optical fibers or optical cables used by the target communication line, so that whether the first optical path code exists or not is inquired in the geographic information management subsystem, that is, whether the target line is recorded in the geographic information management subsystem or not is inquired.
If the first light path code does not exist in the geographic information management subsystem, it can be shown that the light path code corresponding to the target work order number recorded in the geographic information management subsystem is different from the first light path code, that is, the target line is not recorded in the geographic information management subsystem, so that it can be determined that the verification is unsuccessful.
If the first optical path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem, it may be indicated that the optical path code corresponding to the target work order number recorded in the geographic information management subsystem is the same as the first optical path code, that is, a target line may be recorded in the geographic information management subsystem, that is, the same target line may be recorded in the device management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem. Thus, further verification can be performed according to the task names recorded by the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem.
In this way, since the target occupation information recorded in the device management subsystem further includes the service name of the service executed by the target line, and the target geographic information recorded in the geographic information management subsystem also includes the service name of the service executed by the target line, the service name corresponding to the target work order number can be obtained from the device management subsystem as the first service name, and the service name corresponding to the first light path code can be obtained from the geographic information management subsystem as the second service name.
The number of the first service names is one, and the number of the second service names may be one or more. And the number of the second service names is different, and the adopted checking modes can also be different.
When the number of the second service names is one, it may be determined whether the first service name and the second service name are the same, that is, whether the service executed by the target line recorded in the device management subsystem is the same as the service executed by the target line recorded in the geographic information management subsystem.
If the first service name is the same as the second service name, it may be said that the service executed by the target line recorded in the device management subsystem is the same as the service executed by the target line recorded in the geographic information management subsystem, and on the premise that the first optical path code is recorded in the geographic information management subsystem, it may be said that the device management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem record the same target line, so that it may be determined that the verification is successful.
If the first service name is different from the second service name, it may be said that the service executed by the target line recorded in the device management subsystem is different from the service executed by the target line recorded in the geographic information management subsystem, and it may be said that the target lines recorded in the device management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem are different, so that it may be determined that the verification is unsuccessful.
When the number of the second service names is multiple, the equipment management subsystem may record a corresponding relationship between work order codes and occupation information of multiple lines, and the occupation information of each line records the service name of the service executed by the line, and the address of the head end equipment room and the address of the tail end equipment room of the line.
Therefore, when the number of the second service names is multiple, for each second service name, the occupation information including the second service name can be searched from the equipment management subsystem, and then the head-end machine room address and the tail-end machine room address corresponding to the second service name are obtained from the searched occupation information.
Like this, alright obtain a plurality of head end computer lab addresses and a plurality of end computer lab addresses in following the equipment management subsystem, and then, alright whether the same in this a plurality of head end computer lab addresses, and whether the same in these a plurality of end computer lab addresses.
If the plurality of head-end machine room addresses acquired from the device management subsystem are all the same, and the plurality of tail-end machine room addresses acquired from the device management subsystem are all the same, it can be described that the services indicated by the plurality of second service names are all completed through the same line, and thus, it can be determined that the verification result is successful.
If the plurality of head-end machine room addresses acquired from the device management subsystem are not identical and/or the plurality of tail-end machine room addresses acquired from the device management subsystem are not identical, it may be stated that the services indicated by the plurality of second service names are not completed through the same line, and thus, it may be determined that the verification result is unsuccessful.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, on the basis of the above steps 41 to 46, the communication line verification method provided in the embodiment of the present invention may further include the following step 47;
step 15: and outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the address of the head end machine room corresponding to each second service name is different and/or the address of the tail end machine room corresponding to each second service name is different.
In this specific implementation manner, when it is determined that the head end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is different and/or the tail end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is different, the verification device may first output information for prompting that the item to be verified is unsuccessful, so as to prompt the relevant staff that the verification is unsuccessful, so that the relevant staff may take corresponding measures to perform verification. Optionally, the information may be various types of information such as voice information and text information.
For example, based on the communication line verification system shown in fig. 2, in order to facilitate understanding of the above-mentioned optical path normative verification process, the following description is made in conjunction with fig. 8.
And the intelligent network manager acquires a first service name and a first light path code corresponding to the work order number from the IPRAN network manager according to the work order number, and further, the intelligent network manager inquires whether the first light path code exists in the GIS.
If the first light path code does not exist in the GIS, the verification is determined to be unsuccessful, and the intelligent network management can record the verification result of the unsuccessful verification and report an error to prompt that the verification is unsuccessful. Optionally, the intelligent network manager may further output a first rectification work order to prompt the worker to perform rectification.
If the first light path code exists in the GIS, the intelligent network manager inquires a second service name corresponding to the first light path code in the GIS, and judges whether the inquired second service name is unique, namely judges whether the number of the inquired second service names is one.
When the number of the inquired second service names is one, the intelligent network manager can judge whether the second service names are the same as the first service names.
If the second service name is the same as the first service name, the verification is determined to be successful, and the intelligent network management can record the verification result of the successful verification and file the verification result;
if the second service name is different from the first service name, the verification is determined to be unsuccessful, and the intelligent network management can record the verification result of the unsuccessful verification and report an error to prompt that the verification is unsuccessful. Optionally, the intelligent network manager may further output a first rectification work order to prompt the staff to rectify the work.
When the number of the inquired second service names is multiple, the intelligent network manager can inquire a head-end machine room address and a tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name from the IPRAN network manager, and judge whether the multiple head-end machine room addresses are consistent or not and whether the multiple tail-end machine room addresses are consistent or not.
If the addresses of the head-end machine rooms are consistent and the addresses of the tail-end machine rooms are consistent, the verification is determined to be successful, and the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of the successful verification and file the verification result.
Otherwise, it is determined that the verification is unsuccessful, and the intelligent network manager may record the verification result of the unsuccessful verification and report an error to prompt that the verification is unsuccessful. Optionally, the intelligent network manager may further output a first rectification work order to prompt the worker to perform rectification.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the integrity of the optical path;
in this specific implementation manner, the step S402 of acquiring, based on the target work order number, each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified may include the following step 51:
step 51: acquiring a first light path code corresponding to a target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring the type of light path terminal equipment corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
and the optical path end equipment corresponding to the first optical path code is communication receiving equipment corresponding to the first optical path code.
As described above, for the target line, the device management subsystem records a corresponding relationship between the target work order number and the target occupation information, where the target occupation information includes the optical path code.
In this way, the verification device may obtain the optical path code corresponding to the target work order number from the device management subsystem as the first optical path code.
And further, for the target line, the geographic information management subsystem records the corresponding relation between the target work order number and the target geographic information, wherein the target geographic information comprises the communication receiving equipment identification and the light path code. The first optical path code and the optical path code recorded by the geographic information management subsystem are both manually input optical path codes according to the actual laying condition of the target communication line in the construction process of the target communication line, so that the first optical path code and the optical path code recorded by the geographic information management subsystem can be the same.
Therefore, after the first light path code is obtained, the checking subsystem can search the communication receiving equipment identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the target geographic information. The queried identification of the communication receiving device includes the type of the communication receiving device, so that the verification device can acquire the type of the communication receiving device corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem, that is, acquire the type of the optical path end device corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem.
Accordingly, in this specific implementation manner, the step S403 of performing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain the checking result may include the following step 52:
step 52: judging whether the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable fiber splitting box; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; if not, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful.
After the type of the optical path terminal equipment is obtained, the inspection subsystem can judge whether the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable splitting box.
If the type of the optical path end equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable splitting box, it can be said that the target line corresponding to the first optical path code is complete, and it is determined that the verification is successful.
If the type of the optical path terminal equipment is not the optical fiber terminal box and the type of the optical path terminal equipment is not the optical cable splitting box, it can be shown that the target line corresponding to the first optical path code is incomplete, and it is determined that the verification is unsuccessful.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, on the basis of the steps 51 to 52, when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the communication line verification method provided in the embodiment of the present invention may further include the following step 53;
step 53: and outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and acquiring an optical path routing sequence corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem.
In this specific implementation manner, when it is determined that the verification result is unsuccessful, the verification device may first output information for prompting that the item to be verified is unsuccessful, so as to prompt the relevant staff that the verification is unsuccessful, so that the relevant staff may take corresponding measures to perform verification. Optionally, the information may be various types of information such as voice information and text information.
And the verification equipment can acquire the optical path routing sequence corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem. The optical path routing sequence is composed of a head-end equipment identifier, a tail-end equipment identifier, a pipeline used by the target line, a pole line and other communication facility identifiers corresponding to the first optical path code in the geographic information management subsystem, and can accurately describe the trend of the target line and the connection relation of each passed communication node.
Optionally, after the optical path routing sequence is obtained, the verification device may generate a first rectification work order based on the optical path routing sequence to prompt a worker to rectify the optical path routing sequence.
For example, based on the communication line verification system shown in fig. 2, in order to facilitate understanding of the above-mentioned optical path integrity verification process, the following description is specifically provided with reference to fig. 9.
The SG system sends the work order number to the intelligent network management, and the intelligent network management acquires the first light path code from the IPRAN network management according to the work order number, and then the intelligent network management acquires the type of the light path terminal equipment corresponding to the first light path code from the GIS. Then, the intelligent network connection can judge whether the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable splitting box.
If the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable fiber splitting box, the verification is determined to be successful, and the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of the successful verification and archive the verification result.
If the type of the optical path terminal equipment is not the optical fiber terminal box and the type of the optical path terminal equipment is not the optical fiber terminal box optical cable distribution box, the verification is determined to be unsuccessful, and the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of the unsuccessful verification and report an error to prompt that the verification is unsuccessful.
Optionally, when the verification is unsuccessful, the intelligent gateway may further obtain a light path routing sequence corresponding to the first light path code from the GIS, and generate a first rectification work order based on the obtained light path routing sequence, so as to prompt a worker to rectify the light path code.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: the consistency of the optical path end equipment and the communication receiving equipment is checked;
in this specific implementation manner, the step S402 of acquiring, based on the target work order number, each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified may include the following steps 61 to 62:
step 61: acquiring a first light path code corresponding to a target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a first end machine room address corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem;
step 62: acquiring a second terminal machine room address corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the terminal equipment room address can be used as the address of the communication receiving equipment.
As described above, for the target line, the device management subsystem records a corresponding relationship between the target work order number and the target occupation information, the target occupation information includes the optical path code, and the service flow management subsystem records a corresponding relationship between the target work order number and the target communication line configuration information, and the target communication line configuration information includes the terminal equipment room address.
Therefore, the verification equipment can obtain the optical path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem as the first optical path code, and obtain the terminal machine room address corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem as the first terminal machine room address.
Furthermore, for the target line, the geographic information management subsystem records a corresponding relation between the target work order number and the target geographic information, and the target geographic information includes: optical path coding and terminal room address. In addition, the first optical path code and the optical path code recorded by the geographic information management subsystem are both manually entered optical path codes according to the actual laying condition of the target communication line in the construction process of the target communication line, so the optical path codes recorded by the first optical path code and the geographic information management subsystem may be the same.
Therefore, after the first optical path code is obtained by the inspection subsystem, the terminal machine room address corresponding to the first optical path code can be searched from the target geographic information and used as the second terminal machine room address.
The second end equipment room address may be referred to as an optical path end equipment installation address.
Accordingly, in this specific implementation manner, the step S403 of performing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain the checking result may include the following step 63:
and step 63: calculating the distance between the first end machine room address and the second end machine room address, and judging whether the distance is within a preset range; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful.
After the first end machine room address and the second end machine room address are obtained, the checking device can calculate the distance between the first end machine room address and the second end machine room address, and judge whether the calculated distance is within a preset range.
Any way of calculating the distance between the first end room address and the second end room address is within the protection scope of the embodiment of the present invention.
In addition, the preset range may be set according to the requirements of practical applications, for example, it may be 50 meters, or may be 100 meters, which is reasonable.
When the distance between the first end equipment room address and the second end equipment room address is within the preset range, it may be indicated that the optical path end device recorded in the geographic information management subsystem is the same as the communication receiving device recorded in the business process management subsystem, that is, the actually installed optical path end device is the same as the configured communication receiving device, and it may be determined that the verification is successful.
When the distance between the first end equipment room address and the second end equipment room address is not within the preset range, it may be indicated that the optical path ending device recorded in the geographic information management subsystem is different from the communication receiving device recorded in the business process management subsystem, that is, the actually installed optical path ending device is different from the configured communication receiving device, and it may be determined that the verification is unsuccessful.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, on the basis of the steps 61 to 63, when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the communication line verification method provided in the embodiment of the present invention may further include the following step 64:
step 53: outputting information used for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, outputting a second rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be checked is not successfully checked to a business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a second rectification work order about determining whether the address of a second terminal machine room is wrongly recorded, and outputting the second rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem changes the address of the second terminal machine room based on a second operation instruction sent by a user according to the second rectification work order under the condition that the address of the second terminal machine room is wrongly recorded;
the second finishing work order generation instruction carries a second terminal machine room address; the second rework job ticket includes a second end room address.
When the verification result is determined to be unsuccessful, the verification device may first output information for prompting that the item to be verified is unsuccessful, so as to prompt relevant staff that the verification is unsuccessful, so that the relevant staff may take corresponding measures to perform verification. Optionally, the information may be various types of information such as voice information and text information.
Furthermore, the verification device may output, to the business process management subsystem, a second modification work order generation instruction that the verification of the item to be verified is unsuccessful, and the second modification work order generation instruction carries the second end machine room address.
Therefore, after receiving the second rectification work order generation instruction, the business process management subsystem can generate a second rectification work order for determining whether the address of the second end machine room in the geographic information management subsystem records errors or not, and output the second rectification work order. And the second finishing work order comprises the second terminal machine room address.
Furthermore, when the worker checks the second finishing work order, the worker can determine whether the second end machine room address in the geographic information management subsystem is recorded wrongly based on the second finishing work order, so that a second operation instruction is sent to the geographic information management subsystem under the condition that the second end machine room address in the geographic information management subsystem is recorded wrongly, and the geographic information management subsystem changes the recorded second end machine room address based on the received second operation instruction.
The worker may send the second operation instruction to the geographic information management subsystem in a variety of ways, for example, directly delete the second end machine room address in the geographic information management subsystem, and output the changed end machine room address. The embodiment of the present invention is not particularly limited.
For example, based on the communication line verification system shown in fig. 2, in order to facilitate understanding of the above-mentioned link and optical path consistency verification process, a detailed description is provided below with reference to fig. 10.
The SG system work order number is sent to the intelligent network management, the intelligent network management obtains a first terminal machine room address corresponding to the work order number from the SG system according to the work order number, and inquires a first light path code from the IPRAN network management according to the work order number, and then the intelligent network management obtains a second terminal machine room address corresponding to the first light path code from the GIS.
In this way, the intelligent network manager may first calculate the distance between the first end room address and the second end room address. Wherein, above-mentioned first end computer lab address includes: the longitude and latitude of the position of the first end machine room, and the address of the second end machine room comprises: the longitude and latitude of the position where the second terminal machine room is located. Therefore, the distance between the address of the first terminal machine room and the address of the second terminal machine room can be determined by measuring and calculating the longitude and latitude of the position of the first terminal machine room and the longitude and latitude of the position of the second terminal machine room, and whether the distance is more than 50 meters or not is judged.
If the length is not more than 50 meters, the verification is determined to be successful, and the intelligent network manager can record the verification result of the successful verification and file the verification result.
If the length of the second terminal machine room address is greater than 50 meters, the verification is determined to be unsuccessful, the intelligent network management can record the verification result of the unsuccessful verification, and output a second rectification work order generation instruction about the unsuccessful verification of the item to be verified to the SG system, so that the business process management subsystem generates a second rectification work order about determining whether the second terminal machine room address in the geographic information management subsystem records errors, and outputs the second rectification work order.
And further, under the condition that the recorded second terminal machine room address is recorded in an error mode, the geographic information management subsystem changes the second terminal machine room address based on a second operation instruction sent by the user according to the second finishing work order.
Corresponding to the communication line verification method shown in fig. 4 provided in the foregoing embodiment of the present invention, an embodiment of the present invention further provides a communication line verification apparatus.
Fig. 11 is a schematic structural diagram of a communication line verification apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention, and as shown in fig. 11, the apparatus is applied to a verification device in a communication line verification system, and the communication line verification system further includes: the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem can comprise the following modules:
a to-be-verified item determining module 1110, configured to determine to-be-verified items of the target communication line with the target work order number; the target work order number is issued to the checking equipment by the service process management subsystem after receiving a designated signal sent by the equipment management subsystem; the specified signal is used for representing that the target communication line is accessed to the equipment management subsystem;
a target data obtaining module 1120, configured to obtain, based on the target work order number, each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified; wherein the target data source comprises: one or more of the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem;
the checking module 1130 is configured to execute the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data, so as to obtain a checking result.
As can be seen from the above, by applying the solution provided in the embodiment of the present invention, after the target communication line is accessed to the device management subsystem, the consistency between the configuration data and the actual installation data of the target communication line can be achieved based on the target work order number of the target communication line. That is to say, for each communication line accessed by the device management subsystem, after each communication line is accessed, consistency check of configuration data and actual installation data of the communication line can be individually completed based on the work order number of each communication line, so that consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is performed by regularly extracting relevant data among systems relevant to the communication optical fiber service and performing batch comparison in a data polling mode in the use process after the subsequent communication optical fiber service is opened. Therefore, the consistency of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is independently checked based on the work order number, the time consumption is short, the checking workload is small, and the efficiency of the consistency checking of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is improved.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: verifying the service and the port of the head-end equipment and the VLAN;
the target data obtaining module 1120 is specifically configured to: acquiring first access information and a first VLAN (virtual local area network) corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a head-end machine room code, a first light path code, a second VLAN and second access information corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; wherein the access information comprises: the communication access equipment identifier and the communication access port identifier of the target line;
acquiring a machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the verification module 1130 is specifically configured to:
judging whether the head end machine room code is matched with the machine room identification;
if not, determining that the verification result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
otherwise, judging whether the first VLAN and the second VLAN as well as the first access information and the second access information are the same;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the device further comprises:
a first result feedback module 1140, configured to output information for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, and replace the first VLAN and/or the first access information with the second VLAN and/or the second access information.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the service and the optical path;
the target data obtaining module 1120 is specifically configured to:
acquiring a first service name and a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a second light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the geographic information management subsystem;
the checking module 1130 is specifically configured to determine whether the first optical path code is the same as the second optical path code;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
a second result feedback module 1150, configured to output information used for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and replace the second light path code with the first light path code.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the link and the optical path;
the target data obtaining module 1120 is specifically configured to:
acquiring a first light path code, a link head end machine room identifier and a link tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
acquiring a light path head end machine room identifier and a light path tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the check module 1130 is specifically configured to determine whether the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier are respectively the same as one of the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path tail end machine room identifier;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
a third result feedback module 1160, configured to output information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and output a first rectification work order generation instruction that is about that the item to be checked is not successfully checked to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a first rectification work order that is about to change the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path tail end machine room identifier, and outputs the first rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem respectively changes the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path tail end machine room into one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier based on a first operation instruction sent by a user according to the first rectification work order;
the first rectification work order generation instruction carries the machine room identifier at the head end of the link and the machine room identifier at the tail end of the link; the first rectification work order comprises the machine room mark at the head end of the link and the machine room mark at the tail end of the link.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the normalization of the light path;
the target data obtaining module 1120 is specifically configured to:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
the checking module 1130 is specifically configured to query whether the first light path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem;
if the first light path code does not exist, determining that the checking result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful;
if the first service name exists, a first service name corresponding to the target work order number is obtained from the equipment management subsystem, and a second service name corresponding to the first light path code is obtained from the geographic information management subsystem;
when the second service name is one and the first service name is the same as the second service name, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful;
when the second service name is one and the first service name is different from the second service name, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the second service names are multiple, acquiring a head-end machine room address and a tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name from the equipment management subsystem, and judging whether the head-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same and whether the tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the device further comprises:
and the fourth result feedback module 1170 is configured to output information for prompting that the item to be checked is unsuccessfully checked, when the address of the head end equipment room corresponding to each second service name is different and/or the address of the tail end equipment room corresponding to each second service name is different.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the integrity of the optical path;
the target data obtaining module 1120 is specifically configured to: :
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring the type of light path end equipment corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the verification module 1130 is specifically configured to determine whether the type of the optical path termination device is an optical fiber termination box or an optical cable distribution box;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
if not, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
and a fifth result feedback module 1180, configured to output information used for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and obtain, from the geographic information management subsystem, an optical path routing sequence corresponding to the first optical path code.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: the consistency of the optical path end equipment and the communication receiving equipment is checked;
the target data obtaining module 1120 is specifically configured to:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a first terminal machine room address corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem;
acquiring a second terminal machine room address corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the checking module 1130 is specifically configured to calculate a distance between the first end equipment room address and the second end equipment room address, and determine whether the distance is within a preset range;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
a sixth result feedback module 1190, configured to output, to the business process management subsystem, information for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified, so that the business process management subsystem generates a second rectification work sheet for determining whether the installation address of the optical path terminal device is recorded incorrectly, and output the second rectification work sheet, so that the geographic information management subsystem changes the installation address of the optical path terminal device in the geographic information management subsystem based on a second operation instruction sent by a user according to the second rectification work sheet;
wherein the second operation instruction is sent by the user based on the second rework work order.
Outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and outputting a second rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be checked is not successfully checked to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a second rectification work order about determining whether the second end machine room address is wrongly recorded, and outputs the second rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem changes the second end machine room address based on a second operation instruction sent by a user under the condition that the second end machine room address is wrongly recorded;
the second finishing work order generation instruction carries the second terminal machine room address; the second rework ticket includes the second end room address.
Corresponding to the communication line verification method shown in fig. 4 provided in the foregoing embodiment of the present invention, an embodiment of the present invention further provides a communication line verification system, where the system includes: the system comprises a checking device, a business process management subsystem, a device management subsystem and a geographic information management subsystem;
the device management subsystem is used for sending a designated signal for representing that a target communication line is accessed to the device management subsystem to the business process management subsystem when the target communication line is detected to be accessed to the device management subsystem; the designated signal carries a target work order number of the target communication line;
the business process management subsystem is used for issuing the target work order number to the checking equipment after receiving the specified signal;
the checking equipment is used for determining a project to be checked of the target communication line with the target work order number after receiving the target work order number; acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number; executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result; wherein the target data source comprises: one or more of the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem.
As can be seen from the above, by applying the solution provided in the embodiment of the present invention, after the target communication line is accessed to the device management subsystem, the consistency between the configuration data and the actual installation data of the target communication line can be achieved based on the target work order number of the target communication line. That is to say, for each communication line accessed by the device management subsystem, after each communication line is accessed, the consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line can be independently completed based on the work order number of each communication line, so that the consistency check of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line can be performed by periodically extracting the relevant data among the systems related to the communication optical fiber service and performing batch comparison in the use process after the subsequent communication optical fiber service is opened in a data polling mode. Therefore, the consistency of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is independently checked based on the work order number, the time consumption is short, the checking workload is small, and the efficiency of the consistency checking of the configuration data and the actual installation data of the communication line is improved.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: verifying the service and the port of the head-end equipment and the VLAN;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring first access information and a first VLAN (virtual local area network) corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a head-end machine room code, a first light path code, a second VLAN and second access information corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; wherein the access information comprises: the communication access equipment identifier and the communication access port identifier of the target line; acquiring a machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
judging whether the head end machine room code is matched with the machine room identification; if not, determining that the verification result is: the verification is unsuccessful; otherwise, judging whether the first VLAN and the second VLAN as well as the first access information and the second access information are the same; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the verification device is further configured to output information for prompting that verification of the item to be verified is unsuccessful when the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, and replace the first VLAN and/or the first access information with the second VLAN and/or the second access information.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the service and the optical path;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first service name and a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a second light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
judging whether the first light path code is the same as the second light path code; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
and the verification equipment is further used for outputting information used for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, and replacing the second light path code with the first light path code.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the consistency of the link and the optical path;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code, a link head end machine room identifier and a link tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; acquiring a light path head end machine room identifier and a light path tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes: judging whether the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier are respectively the same as one of the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the verification device is further configured to output information for prompting that the item to be verified is unsuccessful when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, and output a first rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be verified is unsuccessful to the business process management subsystem; the first rectification work order generation instruction carries the machine room identifier at the head end of the link and the machine room identifier at the tail end of the link;
the business process management subsystem is further configured to generate a first rectification work order for changing the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path tail end machine room identifier when receiving the first rectification work order generation instruction, and output the first rectification work order; the first rectification work order comprises a link head end machine room mark and a link tail end machine room mark;
the geographic information management subsystem is further configured to change the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path end machine room to one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link end machine room identifier, respectively, based on a first operation instruction sent by a user according to the first finishing work order.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the normalization of the light path;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
inquiring whether the first light path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem or not; if the first light path code does not exist, determining that the checking result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful; if the first service name exists, a first service name corresponding to the target work order number is obtained from the equipment management subsystem, and a second service name corresponding to the first light path code is obtained from the geographic information management subsystem; when the second service name is one and the first service name is the same as the second service name, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful; when the second service name is one and the first service name is different from the second service name, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful; when the second service names are multiple, acquiring a head-end machine room address and a tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name from the equipment management subsystem, and judging whether the head-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same and whether the tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the checking equipment is further used for outputting information used for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked when the addresses of the head end machine rooms corresponding to the second business names are different and/or the addresses of the tail end machine rooms corresponding to the second business names are different.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: checking the integrity of the optical path;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring the type of light path terminal equipment corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
judging whether the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable fiber splitting box; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; if not, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
and the checking equipment is also used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked when the checking result is that the checking is unsuccessful, and acquiring the optical path routing sequence corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem.
Optionally, in a specific implementation manner, the items to be verified include: the consistency of the optical path end equipment and the communication receiving equipment is checked;
the step of acquiring, by the verification device, each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a first terminal machine room address corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a second terminal machine room address corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by the checking equipment by using each target data to obtain a checking result includes:
calculating the distance between the first end machine room address and the second end machine room address, and judging whether the distance is within a preset range; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the verification device is further configured to output information for prompting that the item to be verified is unsuccessful when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, and output a second rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be verified is unsuccessful to the business process management subsystem; the second finishing work order generation instruction carries the second terminal machine room address;
the business process management subsystem is further configured to generate a second finishing work order for determining whether the second end machine room address is wrongly recorded when the second finishing work order generation instruction is received, and output the second finishing work order; wherein the second rework order includes the second end machine room address;
and the geographic information management subsystem is further configured to, under the condition that the second end machine room address record is incorrect, change the second end machine room address based on a second operation instruction sent by the user according to the second finishing work order.
An embodiment of the present invention further provides an electronic device, as shown in fig. 12, including a processor 1201, a communication interface 1202, a memory 1203, and a communication bus 1204, where the processor 1201, the communication interface 1202, and the memory 1203 complete mutual communication through the communication bus 1204,
a memory 1203 for storing a computer program;
the processor 1201 is configured to implement the steps of any communication line verification method provided in the embodiment of the present invention when executing the program stored in the memory 1203.
The communication bus mentioned in the electronic device may be a Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) bus, an Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA) bus, or the like. The communication bus may be divided into an address bus, a data bus, a control bus, etc. For ease of illustration, only one thick line is shown, but this does not mean that there is only one bus or one type of bus.
The communication interface is used for communication between the electronic equipment and other equipment.
The Memory may include a Random Access Memory (RAM) or a Non-Volatile Memory (NVM), such as at least one disk Memory. Optionally, the memory may also be at least one memory device located remotely from the processor.
The Processor may be a general-purpose Processor, including a Central Processing Unit (CPU), a Network Processor (NP), and the like; but also Digital Signal Processors (DSPs), Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) or other Programmable logic devices, discrete Gate or transistor logic devices, discrete hardware components.
In another embodiment of the present invention, a computer-readable storage medium is further provided, in which a computer program is stored, and the computer program, when executed by a processor, implements the steps of any one of the communication line verification methods provided in the embodiments of the present invention.
In yet another embodiment of the present invention, a computer program product containing instructions is also provided, which when run on a computer causes the computer to perform the steps of any of the communication line verification methods provided in the embodiments of the present invention described above.
In the above embodiments, the implementation may be wholly or partially realized by software, hardware, firmware, or any combination thereof. When implemented in software, may be implemented in whole or in part in the form of a computer program product. The computer program product includes one or more computer instructions. When loaded and executed on a computer, cause the processes or functions described in accordance with the embodiments of the invention to occur, in whole or in part. The computer may be a general purpose computer, a special purpose computer, a network of computers, or other programmable device. The computer instructions may be stored in a computer readable storage medium or transmitted from one computer readable storage medium to another, for example, from one website site, computer, server, or data center to another website site, computer, server, or data center via wired (e.g., coaxial cable, fiber optic, Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)) or wireless (e.g., infrared, wireless, microwave, etc.). The computer-readable storage medium can be any available medium that can be accessed by a computer or a data storage device, such as a server, a data center, etc., that incorporates one or more of the available media. The usable medium may be a magnetic medium (e.g., floppy Disk, hard Disk, magnetic tape), an optical medium (e.g., DVD), or a semiconductor medium (e.g., Solid State Disk (SSD)), among others.
It is noted that, herein, relational terms such as first and second, and the like may be used solely to distinguish one entity or action from another entity or action without necessarily requiring or implying any actual such relationship or order between such entities or actions. Also, the terms "comprises," "comprising," or any other variation thereof, are intended to cover a non-exclusive inclusion, such that a process, method, article, or apparatus that comprises a list of elements does not include only those elements but may include other elements not expressly listed or inherent to such process, method, article, or apparatus. Without further limitation, an element defined by the phrase "comprising an … …" does not exclude the presence of other identical elements in a process, method, article, or apparatus that comprises the element.
All the embodiments in the present specification are described in a related manner, and the same and similar parts among the embodiments may be referred to each other, and each embodiment focuses on the differences from the other embodiments. In particular, apparatus embodiments, system embodiments, electronic device embodiments, computer-readable storage medium embodiments, and computer-readable storage media are described with relative simplicity as they are substantially similar to method embodiments, and reference may be made to some descriptions of method embodiments for related points.
The above description is only for the preferred embodiment of the present invention, and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention. Any modification, equivalent replacement, or improvement made within the spirit and principle of the present invention shall fall within the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. A communication line verification method is applied to verification equipment in a communication line verification system, and the communication line verification system further comprises: the method comprises the following steps that:
determining items to be verified of a target communication line with a target work order number; the target work order number is issued to the checking equipment by the service process management subsystem after receiving a designated signal sent by the equipment management subsystem; the specified signal is used for representing that the target communication line is accessed to the equipment management subsystem;
acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number; wherein the target data source comprises: one or more of the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem;
and executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result.
2. The method of claim 1, wherein the items to be verified comprise: verifying the service and the port of the head-end equipment and the VLAN;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring first access information and a first VLAN (virtual local area network) corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a head-end machine room code, a first light path code, a second VLAN and second access information corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; wherein the access information comprises: the communication access equipment identifier and the communication access port identifier of the target line;
acquiring a machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
judging whether the head end machine room code is matched with the machine room identification;
if not, determining that the verification result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
otherwise, judging whether the first VLAN and the second VLAN as well as the first access information and the second access information are the same;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the method further comprises the following steps:
and when the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not verified successfully, and replacing the first VLAN and/or the first access information with the second VLAN and/or the second access information.
3. The method of claim 1, wherein the items to be verified comprise: checking the consistency of the service and the optical path;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first service name and a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a second light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
judging whether the first light path code is the same as the second light path code;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the method further comprises:
and outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and replacing the second light path code with the first light path code.
4. The method of claim 1, wherein the items to be verified comprise: checking the consistency of the link and the optical path;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code, a link head end machine room identifier and a link tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
acquiring a light path head end machine room identifier and a light path tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
judging whether the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier are respectively the same as one of the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the method further comprises:
outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, outputting a first rectification work order generation instruction for the item to be checked to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a first rectification work order for changing the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room identifier, and outputting the first rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem respectively changes the light path head end machine room identifier and the light path tail end machine room to one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link tail end machine room identifier based on a first operation instruction sent by a user according to the first rectification work order;
the first rectification work order generation instruction carries the machine room identifier at the head end of the link and the machine room identifier at the tail end of the link; the first rectification work order comprises the machine room mark at the head end of the link and the machine room mark at the tail end of the link.
5. The method of claim 1, wherein the items to be verified comprise: checking the normalization of the light path;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
inquiring whether the first light path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem or not;
if the first light path code does not exist, determining that the checking result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful;
if the first service name exists, a first service name corresponding to the target work order number is obtained from the equipment management subsystem, and a second service name corresponding to the first light path code is obtained from the geographic information management subsystem;
when the second service name is one and the first service name is the same as the second service name, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful;
when the second service name is one and the first service name is different from the second service name, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the second service names are multiple, acquiring a head-end machine room address and a tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name from the equipment management subsystem, and judging whether the head-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same and whether the tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same;
if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the method further comprises the following steps:
and outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the address of the head end machine room corresponding to each second service name is different and/or the address of the tail end machine room corresponding to each second service name is different.
6. The method of claim 1, wherein the items to be verified comprise: checking the integrity of the optical path;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring the type of light path terminal equipment corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
judging whether the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable fiber splitting box;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
if not, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the method further comprises:
and outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and acquiring the optical path routing sequence corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem.
7. The method of claim 1, wherein the items to be verified comprise: the consistency of the optical path end equipment and the communication receiving equipment is checked;
the step of acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number includes:
acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a first terminal machine room address corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem;
acquiring a second terminal machine room address corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the step of executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a check result includes:
calculating the distance between the first end machine room address and the second end machine room address, and judging whether the distance is within a preset range;
if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful;
otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the method further comprises:
outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and outputting a second rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be checked is not successfully checked to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a second rectification work order about determining whether the second end machine room address is wrongly recorded, and outputs the second rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem changes the second end machine room address based on a second operation instruction sent by a user according to the second rectification work order under the condition that the second end machine room address is wrongly recorded;
the second finishing work order generation instruction carries the second terminal machine room address; the second rework ticket includes the second end room address.
8. A communication line verification apparatus, wherein the apparatus is applied to a verification device in a communication line verification system, and the communication line verification system further includes: business process management subsystem, equipment management subsystem and geographic information management subsystem, the device includes:
the to-be-verified item determining module is used for determining to-be-verified items of the target communication line with the target work order number; the target work order number is issued to the checking equipment by the service process management subsystem after receiving a designated signal sent by the equipment management subsystem; the specified signal is used for representing that the target communication line is accessed to the equipment management subsystem;
a target data acquisition module, configured to acquire, based on the target work order number, each target data used for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified; wherein the target data source comprises: one or more of the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem;
and the checking module is used for executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by utilizing each target data to obtain a checking result.
9. The apparatus of claim 8, wherein the item to be verified comprises: verifying the service and the head end equipment port and the VLAN;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: acquiring first access information and a first VLAN (virtual local area network) corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a head-end machine room code, a first light path code, a second VLAN and second access information corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; wherein the access information comprises: the communication access equipment identifier and the communication access port identifier of the target line;
acquiring a machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the verification module is specifically configured to: judging whether the head end machine room code is matched with the machine room identification; if not, determining that the verification result is: the verification is unsuccessful; otherwise, judging whether the first VLAN and the second VLAN as well as the first access information and the second access information are the same; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the device further comprises:
and the first result feedback module is used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the first VLAN is different from the second VLAN and/or the first access information is different from the second access information, and replacing the first VLAN and/or the first access information with the second VLAN and/or the second access information.
10. The apparatus of claim 8, wherein the item to be verified comprises: checking the consistency of the service and the optical path;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: acquiring a first service name and a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a second light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the geographic information management subsystem;
the checking module is specifically configured to determine whether the first optical path code is the same as the second optical path code; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
and the second result feedback module is used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be detected is not successfully verified, and replacing the second light path code with the first light path code.
11. The apparatus of claim 8, wherein the item to be verified comprises: checking the consistency of the link and the optical path;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: acquiring a first light path code, a link head end machine room identifier and a link tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem; acquiring a light path head end machine room identifier and a light path tail end machine room identifier corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the check module is specifically configured to determine whether the first-end machine room identifier and the last-end machine room identifier of the link are respectively the same as one of the first-end machine room identifier and the last-end machine room identifier of the optical path; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
a third result feedback module, configured to output information for prompting that the item to be checked is unsuccessful in checking, and output a first rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be checked is unsuccessful to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a first rectification work order about changing the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path end machine room identifier, and outputs the first rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem changes the optical path head end machine room identifier and the optical path end machine room into one of the link head end machine room identifier and the link end machine room identifier, respectively, based on a first operation instruction sent by a user according to the first rectification work order; the first rectification work order generation instruction carries the machine room identifier at the head end of the link and the machine room identifier at the tail end of the link; the first rectification work order comprises the machine room mark at the head end of the link and the machine room mark at the tail end of the link.
12. The apparatus of claim 8, wherein the item to be verified comprises: checking the normalization of the light path;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem;
the checking module is specifically configured to query whether the first light path code exists in the geographic information management subsystem; if the first light path code does not exist, determining that the checking result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful; if the first service name exists, a first service name corresponding to the target work order number is obtained from the equipment management subsystem, and a second service name corresponding to the first light path code is obtained from the geographic information management subsystem; when the second service name is one and the first service name is the same as the second service name, determining that the verification result is: the verification is successful; when the second service name is one and the first service name is different from the second service name, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is unsuccessful; when the second service names are multiple, acquiring a head-end machine room address and a tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name from the equipment management subsystem, and judging whether the head-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same and whether the tail-end machine room address corresponding to each second service name is the same; if the two are the same, determining that the verification result is as follows: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
the device further comprises:
and the fourth result feedback module is used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be verified is not successfully verified when the addresses of the head end machine rooms corresponding to the second business names are different and/or the addresses of the tail end machine rooms corresponding to the second business names are different.
13. The apparatus of claim 8, wherein the item to be verified comprises: checking the integrity of the optical path;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring the type of light path terminal equipment corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the checking module is specifically used for judging whether the type of the optical path terminal equipment is an optical fiber terminal box or an optical cable fiber splitting box; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; if not, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
and the fifth result feedback module is used for outputting information for prompting that the item to be checked is not successfully checked, and acquiring the optical path routing sequence corresponding to the first optical path code from the geographic information management subsystem.
14. The apparatus of claim 8, wherein the item to be verified comprises: the consistency of the optical path end equipment and the communication receiving equipment is checked;
the target data acquisition module is specifically configured to: acquiring a first light path code corresponding to the target work order number from the equipment management subsystem, and acquiring a first terminal machine room address corresponding to the target work order number from the business process management subsystem; acquiring a second terminal machine room address corresponding to the first light path code from the geographic information management subsystem;
the checking module is specifically configured to calculate a distance between the first end machine room address and the second end machine room address, and determine whether the distance is within a preset range; if yes, determining that the checking result is: the verification is successful; otherwise, determining that the checking result is: the verification is unsuccessful;
when the verification result is that the verification is unsuccessful, the device further comprises:
a sixth result feedback module, configured to output information for prompting that the item to be checked is unsuccessful in checking, and output a rectification work order generation instruction about that the item to be checked is unsuccessful to the business process management subsystem, so that the business process management subsystem generates a second rectification work order about determining whether the address of the second end machine room is recorded in error, and outputs the second rectification work order, so that the geographic information management subsystem changes the address of the second end machine room based on a second operation instruction sent by a user according to the second rectification work order under the condition that the address of the second end machine room is recorded in error; wherein the rectification work order generating instruction carries the second terminal machine room address; the second rework order includes the second end room address.
15. A communication line verification system, the system comprising: the system comprises a checking device, a business process management subsystem, a device management subsystem and a geographic information management subsystem;
the device management subsystem is used for sending a designated signal for representing that a target communication line is accessed to the device management subsystem to the business process management subsystem when the target communication line is detected to be accessed to the device management subsystem; the designated signal carries a target work order number of the target communication line;
the business process management subsystem is used for issuing the target work order number to the checking equipment after receiving the specified signal;
the checking equipment is used for determining a project to be checked of the target communication line with the target work order number after receiving the target work order number; acquiring each target data for executing the item to be verified from each target data source matched with the item to be verified based on the target work order number; executing the item to be checked on the target communication line by using each target data to obtain a checking result; wherein the target data source comprises: one or more of the business process management subsystem, the equipment management subsystem and the geographic information management subsystem.
16. An electronic device is characterized by comprising a processor, a communication interface, a memory and a communication bus, wherein the processor and the communication interface are used for realizing mutual communication by the memory through the communication bus;
a memory for storing a computer program;
a processor for implementing the method steps of any of claims 1 to 7 when executing a program stored in the memory.
17. A computer-readable storage medium, characterized in that a computer program is stored in the computer-readable storage medium, which computer program, when being executed by a processor, carries out the method steps of any one of claims 1 to 7.
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