Ports corresponding to the working and protection channels on the OLP board of BWS 1600G devices

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On the OLP board, the TO1/RI1 port is configured as the working channel and the TO2/RI2 port is configured as the protection channel.

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Ports corresponding to the working and protection channels on the OLP board of BWS 1600G
On the OLP board, the TO1/RI1 port is configured as the working channel and the TO2/RI2 port is configured as the protection channel.

Whether the working and protection channels must be fixed when the OLP board is used to configure OLP protection
When the OLP board is used to configure OLP protection, the working channel must be the optical port 1 (RI1/TO1) of the OLP board and the protection channel must be set to optical port 2 (RI2/TO2). Otherwise, the OLP protection group cannot work normally.

Whether LOG boards can work with OLP boards to form protection between different channels
Yes. LOG boards can work with OLP boards to form extended intra-board 1+1 protection or client 1+1 protection.

Fan working mode of BWS 1600G
Question: What are the working modes of fans on BWS 1600G devices? Answer: Fans on BWS 1600G devices can work in two modes. One is the speed adjustment mode. In this mode, the fan speed can be manually set, including high speed, low speed, and stop. The other mode is the automatic adjustment mode. The system control board regularly checks the temperature of each board on the NE every minute to determine whether the temperature of each board exceeds the threshold. If the temperature of one board exceeds the upper threshold, the fan board enables the high speed mode. If the temperature of all boards exceeds the lower threshold, the fan board enables the low speed mode.

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;

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