Relationship between the NMS port and the active and standby system control boards on an OSN 9800

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A switchover between the active and standby system control boards does not affect the communication of the NMS port.

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Relationship between the NMS port and the active and standby system control boards on an OSN 9800
A switchover between the active and standby system control boards does not affect the communication of the NMS port.

Relationship between the NM port and the active and standby system control boards of OSN9800
Switching between the active and standby system control boards does not affect the communication on the NM port.

Whether the system control boards for the OSN 9800 U64/U32 support active/standby redundancy
The clock processing function is integrated into the system control boards for the OSN 9800, and the boards are renamed communication control and clock processing boards. Active and standby system control boards are available for the OSN 9800.

Active/standby relationship between the four PIU boards in an OSN 8800 T32 subrack
In an OSN 8800 T32 subrack, the active/standby relationship between the four PIU boards is as follows: The PIU boards in slots 39 and 40 are in a pair and function as the active power boards, and the PIU boards in slots 45 and 46 are in a pair and function as the standby power boards.

Mapping relationship between the port sequence numbers on the NMS and physical ports on the TOM board
For the TOM board, physical ports 1�? correspond to port sequence numbers 3�?0 on the NMS.

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