Passive boards whose fiber removal operation affects services

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Question:
Is there any impact on services if an optical fiber that does not carry services on the main optical path is removed from a passive board such as FIU on a BWS 1600G NE?
Analysis:
The following information helps select appropriate time to perform network operations. During the operation, ensure that the correct fiber jumper is removed. Otherwise, services are affected. Root cause:
None
Answer:
Based on the design specifications, services are not affected by a fiber removal operation on the following boards: ITL, SCS, GFU, MR2, MB2, MR8, FIU (E1/E2/E3), and DSE.
Suggestion and conclusion:
None

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