Modifying the SNCP mode

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1. Convert the SNC/I protection services to normal cross-connections.
2. Enable PM non-intrusive monitoring.
3. Select another SNC type when converting the common cross-connections to SNCP services.

Other related questions:
Method used to modify the SNCP protection mode
Question: SNCP protection uses the SNC/I mode, which processes only the SM overhead. When the SNC/I mode is used to protect pass-through services, there is a bug in this mode, and you need to change this mode to the SNC/N mode to protect trunk or pass-through services. Answer: 1. Convert SNC/I protection services into common cross-connections. 2. Enable PM non-intrusive monitoring. 3. Convert the common cross-connections into SNCP services.

Methods for changing the SNCP mode of an OTN
1. Convert SNC/I protection services into common cross-connections. 2. Enable the PM non-intrusive monitoring. 3. Convert the common cross-connections into SNCP services.

Methods used to change the SNCP mode of the OTN
In the WDM service configuration: 1. Convert SNC/I protection services into common cross-connections. 2. Enable the PM non-intrusive monitoring. 3. Convert the common cross-connections into SNCP services.

Precautions for selecting the SNCP type during ODUk SNCP configuration
When configuring ODUk SNCP protection, you are advised to set the SNCP type to SNC/N to enable non-intrusive monitoring on both the source and sink ends of the protection group. This setting facilitates network monitoring. In cascading or nested protection scenarios, however, you are advised to set the SNCP type to SNC/S.

ODUk SNCP service configuration procedure
ODUk SNCP service creation by trail: (1) Configure TCM overheads of the line board. (2) Set board parameters. (3) Create a client trail. (4) Create ODUk SNCP protection. (5) Check ODUk SNCP protection status. ODUk SNCP service creation by single site: 1. Configure ODUk SNCP protection at the transmit site. (1) Configure OTN overheads of the line board. (2) Set board parameters. (3) Create ODUk SNCP protection. 2. (Optional) Configure an electrical regeneration site. (1) Set board parameters. (2) Create bidirectional electrical cross-connection services. 3. Configure ODUk SNCP protection of the receive site. 4. Check ODUk SNCP protection status.

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