Differences between the speedup mode and standard mode of the line board of OptiX OSN 8800


The rate in speedup mode is 11.1G and the service type is 10GE LAN. The service type is 10GE WAN in standard mode.
When the speedup mode is used, the line boards need to be set to the speedup mode.

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Difference between the standard mode and compatible mode of OSN 8800 boards
In V100R006C01 and later versions, some boards use a new board model. To distinguish the new board model from the existing board model, the new board model is called the standard mode and the original one is called the compatible mode. For boards in standard mode, the NMS displays the service mapping paths of trails or physical ports only, and all ODU-layer service mapping paths are displayed on physical ports. In standard mode, you do not need to consider logical ports of boards during cross-connect configuration. Compared with compatible mode, standard mode involves fewer mapping path layers, facilitating configuration and reducing maintenance costs.

Difference between compatible mode and standard mode when the TOA board works in ODU1 convergence mode
The only difference lies in internal port names.

Whether NS4 boards in the OptiX OSN 8800 platform subracks support the regeneration mode
TN54NS4: On the OptiX OSN 8800 T64, OptiX OSN 8800 T32, and OptiX OSN 8800 universal platforms, NS4 boards support only the regeneration mode. TN56NS4: On OptiX OSN 8800 T64 and OptiX OSN 8800 universal platforms, NS4 boards support only the regeneration mode.

Whether ports on the TN11LOA board of OptiX OSN 8800 can be configured in different working modes
Yes. The TN11LOA board of OptiX OSN 8800 supports hybrid transmission of any services except FC800/FICON8G/Infiniband 5G services. The total bandwidth for hybrid transmission cannot exceed 10 Gbit/s.

Clock synchronization modes supported by OptiX OSN 8800
When an OptiX OSN 8800 device is interconnected with an MSTP or PTN device, the IEEE 1588v2, synchronous Ethernet, 2 MHz and 2 Mbit/s external clock sources are supported to implement end-to-end clock transmission. When an OptiX OSN 8800 device uses IEEE 1588v2 to implement phase synchronization, the supported NE working modes are OC, TC, BC, TC+BC, and TC+OC.

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