Fiber connection at the port when client 1+1 protection is configured for the DCP board on the BWS 1600G

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The TI1 and RO1 ports on the DCP board are interconnected with client-side devices. The TO11 and RI11 ports need to be connected to the client side of the active ELOG board, and the TO12 and RI12 ports need to be connected to the client side of the standby ELOG board.

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Fiber connection between ports when the client-side 1+1 protection is configured for a DCP board on 1600G devices
The TI1 and RO1 ports on the DCP board are interconnected with client-side devices. The TO11 and RI11 ports need to be connected to the client side of the active ELOG board, and the TO12 and RI12 ports need to be connected to the client side of the standby ELOG board.

Whether SSEM2LWC1 on BWS 1600G supports 1:N protection of OCP boards
Yes. SSE2LWC supports 1:N protection of OCP boards.

Whether the intra-board 1+1 protection on the DCP board supports the revertive mode
No, it does not.

Whether the SSEM2LWC1 boards on BWS 1600G devices support 1:N protection of OCP boards
Question: Do the SSEM2LWC1 boards on BWS 1600G devices support 1:N protection of OCP boards? Answer: The SSEM2LWC1 boards on BWS 1600G devices support 1:N protection of OCP boards. The following is an example of the configuration command: ops-set-ocpsbdmap: to set the mapping relations between the optical ports on the boards of a channel protection group Input format: :ops-set-ocpsbdmap:PgId,PuId,OcpPort,OtuBid,OtuWDMPort,OtuSDHPort; The command contains six parameters, and each parameter is unrepeatable. Parameter values are as follows: 1: indicates the protection group ID, ranging from 1 to 255. 2: indicates the protection unit number. 1: N mode (N ranges from 1 to 8); 0–N; (0: protection unit; 1�?: working unit) 3: indicates the optical port number of the OCP board, ranging from 1 to 9. It is valid for working units 1 to 8. The value is fixed at 9 for the protection unit. 4: indicates the slot ID of the OTU board. The values are 1�? and 8�?3. 5: indicates the DWDM-side optical port number of the OTU board. The value is fixed at 1 for the LWF, LWFS, LWC1, LWS, LBE, and LBES boards. 6: indicates the SDH-side optical port number of the OTU board. The value is fixed at 2 for the LWF, LWFS, LWC1, LWS, LBE, and LBES boards. Example of the output format: :ops-set-ocpsbdmap:1,0,9,1,1,2;

Whether two LSX boards are required for configuring client 1+1 protection
Services need to be dually fed, and therefore two LSX boards are required.

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