Whether CRPC boards can be added to slots 28 and 120 upon a click of the "Display/Hide Extended Slot" short-cut button on the NMS

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CRPC and ROP boards are external boards. They are not inserted in a subrack. Instead, they are connected to a subrack through network cables. Therefore, the slot IDs for the CRPC and ROP boards must be greater than the maximum slot ID to prevent slot ID conflicts.
The slot IDs of external boards are configured using the jumpers on the boards. The initial slot ID configuration rules are intended for external boards of the OSN 6800. Therefore, the initial slot IDs for external slots are IU28 to IU31. This slot ID numbering mode is called non-extended slot ID numbering mode. This slot ID numbering mode cannot satisfy the requirements for the OSN 8800. Therefore, the extended slot ID numbering mode is added, and the slot IDs for extended boards are IU124 to IU127.
The OSN 6800 supports both slot ID numbering modes.

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Function of the ALM CUT button on the system control board
It is used to mute subrack alarms. If you transiently press this button, the current alarm is muted. If you press and hold this button for 5s, the audible alarming function is disabled and the ALMC indicator on the system control board becomes steady on. (If you press and hold this button for 5s again, the audible alarming function is enabled and the ALMC indicator on the board is off.)

What should I do if the system does not respond after I click the "install immediately" button upon an eSpace Desktop Upgrade
The following uses Windows 7 Professional as an example. In the environment of other operating systems, perform the steps according to the actual conditions. Choose Start > Control Panel to open the Control Panel. Click User Accounts. In the window that is displayed, click Change User Account Control settings. The User Account Control settings dialog box is displayed. Move the slider to Always notify and click OK. Drag the slider to the bottom Never notify and click OK. The system prompts you to restart your PC. After the PC is restarted, the problem is solved

Whether the CRPC board can amplify the optical power of the SC1/SC2 board
The CRPC board cannot amplify the optical power of the SC1 or SC2 board.

Whether the CRPC board has a range of the receive optical power
Raman boards such as CRPC have no restriction on the receive optical power and therefore do not have a range of the receive optical power.

Whether the TN13OAU1 board can be created as 12OAU1 on the NMS
The TN13OAU1 board can be created as 12OAU1 on the NMS. TN13OAU1 boards of the 01, 03, and 05 types can respectively substitute for TN12OAU1 boards of the 01, 03, and 05 types. No board software upgrade is required for the substitution. After the board substitution, the TN13OAU1 board provides only the functions of the TN12OAU1 board. In addition, the TN13OAU1 board occupies one physical slot and two logical slots. The other idle physical slot must be kept vacant.

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