Whether the TN52TDX board can transmit synchronous Ethernet clock signals

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The 10GE LAN bit transparent transmission mode can directly map client services into OTU2 frames. Signals are transmitted by increasing the OTU2 frame frequency, and its rate is 11.1 Gbit/s, which is higher than the rate of standard OTU2 signals. In this transmission mode, service clocks are traced as clock sources, the line rate is configured to the speedup mode, and service clocks are transparently transmitted.

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Transmission of synchronous Ethernet clock signals on the TN52TDX board
In bit transparent transmission mode, client 10GE LAN services are directly mapped to OTU2 frames. Then the OTU2 frame frequency is increased to transmit signals. The rate is 11.1 Gbit/s, which is higher than the standard rate of OTU2 signals. In this case, the processing clock is the service tracing clock, and the speedup mode is configured for cross-connections, implementing transparent clock transmission.

Whether the LSX board supports the synchronous Ethernet clock feature
The LSX board on the OSN 6800 supports synchronous Ethernet when the bit transparent mapping mode is used and the rate is 11.1 Gbit/s.

Availability of the synchronous Ethernet clock feature on the TOM board
The TOM board does not support the synchronous Ethernet clock or IEEE 1588 clock feature.

Whether the TN52TDX board support physical-layer clocks
The TN52TDX board supports the transparent transmission of synchronous Ethernet (physical-layer clocks) when receiving 10GE LAN services in the Bit Transparent Mapping (11.1 G) mode.

Methods used to configure the transparent transmission of synchronous Ethernet clock signals on the F2LDGF2 board of OSN 1800
1. For hardware, the TNF2LDGF2 board must be used because the TNF1LDGF2 board does not support the transparent transmission of synchronous Ethernet clock signals. For software, the NE version must be V100R003 or a later version. Versions earlier than V100R003 do not support the TNF2LDGF2 board. A logical board must be added to the F2LDGF2 board. 2. The service type at the GE port must be set to GE (TTT-GMP) on the F2LDGF2 board. On the F2LDGF2 board, TTT-GMP services can better support the transparent transmission of synchronous Ethernet clock signals than GFP-T services. If the original service type is GFP-T, delete the WDM services, set the service type to TTT-GMP, and then reconfigure the WDM services. (The WDM services can also be deactivated and then activated after the service type is changed.) 3. The TNF2LDGF2 board supports GE (TTT-GMP) services only when it works in 2 x AP2 ODU0 mode. Therefore, the working mode of the board must be set to 2 x AP2 ODU0. Suggestions and summary: For details about whether all boards on OptiX OSN 1800 support the processing and transparent transmission of synchronous Ethernet clock signals and the methods used to configure service types, see "Feature Description > Synchronization Features > Synchronous Ethernet Clock > Availability" in the User Guide to OSN 1800 V100R003 or the latest product documentation.

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