Supported ports of the CCUE board

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The CCUE control board supports the following 3 types of ports:


  • Panel ports (on the backplane): CON/ESC (connecting to the 2-in-1 local maintenance and environment monitoring cable), ETH (connecting to the network cable), CLK/TOD (connecting to the clock transfer cable), ALARM (connecting to the environment monitoring cable), and GE (connecting to the network cable).

  • Upstream ports (on a daughter board): When H831UP2A or H831UP2C is configured, ports 0 (SFP) and 1 (SFP) are available for connecting to optical fibers.
    When H833XP1A or H832TP2C is configured, 10G GPON or 10G EPON (SFP) ports are available for connecting to optical fibers.

  • Cascade port: Only 1 GE (optical or electric) cascade port is supported. GE (optical or electrical) means:
    Port 0 or 1 provided by the daughter board can be an optical port if it connects to a GE optical module or an electrical port if it connects to a GE electrical module.
    The alternative port can be configured for port 0 provided by the daughter board, and duplexes with the GE electrical port on the front panel.

Other related questions:
Whether ports on the TN52TOG boards support autonegotiation
TN52TOG boards support only the 1000M full-duplex mode but not the autonegotiation mode.

Ports of ITL boards
Ports of ITL boards include the following: TE (C_EVEN multiplexed signal) RE (C_EVEN multiplexed signal) TO (C_ODD multiplexed signal) RO (C_ODD multiplexed signal)

Port working modes supported by an EMS2 board on an OSN 3500
Port working modes supported by an EMS2 board on an OSN 3500: 1. GE electrical ports: auto-negotiation, 1000M full-duplex, 100M full-duplex, and 10M full-duplex 2. GE optical ports: auto-negotiation and 1000M full-duplex 3. FE electrical ports: auto-negotiation, 100M full-duplex, 100M half-duplex, 10M full-duplex, and 10M half-duplex (An EMS2 board supports FE electrical ports when it works with an ETF8 board.) 4. FE optical ports: 100M full-duplex (An EMS2 board supports FE optical ports when it works with an EFF8 board.)

Whether the USG9000 series supports cross-board port mirroring
The USG9000 series does not support cross-board port mirroring.

Does the USG9000 series supports cross-board port mirroring?
The USG9000 series does not support the configuration of cross-board port mirroring

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