Precautions for configuring services on ports of the tributary board 201LP on OptiX OSN 6800

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1. The electrical-layer service grooming features of the TQM board determine the service configuration of the tributary board 201LP. For details, see the graph of the electrical-layer service grooming model on the TQM board in the attachment.
2. According to the graph of the electrical-layer service grooming model, after ANY-level service grooming, services can be cross-connected from the client-side TX/RX ports to channels LP1.1 to LP1.4. The services are integrated into the ODU1 on the encapsulation module. Then ODU1 grooming is implemented through the LP port and line board. The maximum rate supported by the TQM board is ODU1.
3. ANY-level channels LP1.1 to LP1.4 and ODU1 LP channels are collectively called 201LP/LP on the T2000, which causes misunderstanding. Therefore, the source optical channel ID must be set to 1 when ODU1 cross-connections are configured from 201LP/LP channels on the tributary board to the NS2 board.
4. Currently, the TDG TQM boards are involved in this situation.

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Precautions for configuring electrical cross-connections for different services on a tributary board of the OSN 6800
On the OSN 6800, electrical cross-connections of GE or Any services are between physical ports and logical ports on a tributary board. When configuring electrical cross-connections, set the level of GE service cross-connections to GE, and set the level of other service cross-connections to Any.

Reason for full service configuration occurs on the NQ2 board in OptiX OSN 6800
The restrictions on the NQ2 line mode are as follows: In OptiX OSN 6800, if the TN12XCS board is used, the NQ2 board supports a service capacity of 40 Gbit/s when it is installed in slot 1, 4, 11, or 14. Only optical ports IN1/OUT1 and IN2/OUT2 of the NQ2 board are available and therefore the board supports a service capacity of 20 Gbit/s when it is installed in any of the other slots. If the TN11XCS board is used, only optical ports IN1/OUT1 and IN2/OUT2 of the NQ2 board are available and therefore the board supports a service capacity of only 20 Gbit/s regardless of the slot housing the board. In OptiX OSN 8800, the NQ2 board can be installed in any slot to support 40 Gbit/s service capacity.

Precautions for standby SCC board replacement in the master OptiX OSN 6800 subrack
Data between the active and standby SCC boards must be synchronized, and the active and standby SCC boards must use the same hardware model.

Support for 10G POS services of the TN52TQX board in OptiX OSN 6800
Yes, it does. The TQX board supports 10GE LAN, 10GE WAN, and STM-64 (corresponding to 10G POS) services.

OptiX OSN 6800
The OptiX OSN 6800 intelligent optical transport platform (OptiX OSN 6800 for short) is a new-generation intelligent optical transport platform of Huawei. The OptiX OSN 6800 is a future-oriented product developed to address the trend towards IP-based long-haul backbone networks. It provides dynamic optical scheduling and flexible electrical scheduling. It features high integration and reliability, and supports multi-service transmission. OptiX OSN 6800 is applicable to longhaul backbone networks, regional backbone networks, local networks, the metro convergence layer, and the metro core layer.

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