Supported ports of the H831PAIB board

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The H831PAIB power board provides the following ports to supply power for the service boards, control board, and fan monitoring board through the backplane. It supports battery (lead-acid or Fe-lithium battery) power.


  • 220 V AC/110 V AC input port (standard 3-pin male power socket): used to introduce AC power supply to the H831PAIB AC power board and connect to the AC power cable.

  • BAT-/BAT+ (OT terminal): battery power port, which is used to connect to the battery (lead-acid or Fe-lithium battery) by using the lead-acid or Fe-lithium battery power cable.

  • SENSOR (2-pin terminal): used for lead-acid battery temperature detection or Fe-lithium battery activation. It uses a two-wire cable to connect to the lead-acid battery temperature sensor or the Fe-lithium battery activation port.

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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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