Working mode setting for an ELOM board to receive GE services on OSN 1800


1 x AP8 ODU0 non-aggregation mode can be selected.

Other related questions:
Whether the ELOM board on OSN 1800 supports 2.5G signals
The ELOM board on OSN 1800 supports 2.5G signals.

Board mode selection for an ELOM board on OSN 1800 when GE services are enabled for the board
In the NE Explorer, select the F2ELOM(STND) board. In the navigation tree, choose Configuration > Working Mode, and set Board Working Mode to 1*AP8 general mode.

Methods for modifying the port working mode of OptiX OSN 6800 and OptiX OSN 1800
If the queried configuration service type is GE (GFP-T), the working mode does not need to be configured, and switches at both ends must be in the same working mode.

Reason for the failure to set GE (TTT-GMP) for an LQM board
TNF2LQM supports GE (TTT-GMP) only when working in 1 x AP2 ODU0 mode. In the case of GE services, select a proper service type according to the source of the GE services. The service type should be set to GE(TTT-GMP) for transmitting synchronous Ethernet services. The service type should be set to GE or GE(GFP-T) for transmitting common GE services.

Method used to test GE services provisioned when the OSN 8800 TOA board is interconnected with the OSN 1800 ELOM board
The TOA board supports Ethernet test frames for GE services but does not support the PRBS function for GE services. The ELOM board, in the contrary, does not support GE test frames. Therefore, you can only test the GE services by performing a loopback test with testers connected, or determine the GE service status by querying alarms and SNCP service path status.

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