Methods for enabling the extended ECC on an SCE board of 1600G

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You can use the NMS or run the :cm-set-lanautoecc:open command to enable the automatic extended ECC.
You can run the :cm-get-lanautoecc command to check whether the extended ECC is successfully enabled.

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Methods used to enable the extended ECC on the SCE board of a WDM device
1. Configure a client NE A. In the status diagram of an optical NE, right-click a client NE and choose NE Explorer. B. Choose Communication > ECC Management from the navigation tree on the left. C. Click Refresh and check the current ECC mode of the NE. D. Set ECC Extended Mode to Specified Mode in the function panel on the right. E. In the Set Client area, enter the IP address and port number of the server NE in the Opposite IP and Port fields respectively. F. Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. G. Click Close. 2. Configure a server NE. A. Log in to the NMS. B. Double-click an optical NE. The status diagram of an optical NE is displayed. C. Right-click a subrack NE and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu. D. Choose Communication > ECC Management from the navigation tree on the left. E. Click Refresh and check the current ECC mode of the NE. F. Set ECC Extended Mode to Specified Mode in the function panel on the right. G. In the Set Server area, enter the port number in the Port field. The port number must be consistent with that of the Port field set for the client NE. H. Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. I. Click Close.

Whether BWS 1600G and OSN 3500 can form an extended ECC
BWS 1600G and OSN 3500 can form an extended ECC.

Differences between the extended ECC and manual modes of the OptiX BWS 1600G
In the automatic mode of the extended ECC, you do not need to manually specify the server and client. The IP addresses of NEs can be automatically generated on the same network segment. In manual mode, you need to manually specify the server and client.

Method used to configure extended ECC in a slave subrack and method used to connect network cables to achieve extended ECC communication
The NM_ETH port of a slave subrack is disabled by default and is not used for inter-NE communication. Inter-NE communication is implemented only through the NM_ETH port of a master subrack.

Differences between manually extended ECC and automatically extended ECC
1. In terms of functionality, there is no difference between manually extended ECC and automatically extended ECC. Automatically extended ECC is used by default. 2. Manually extended ECC is recommended when there are more than four NEs.

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