Receiver overload point


The receiver overload point refers to the maximum optical power that can be received.

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ECC communication overload
When the network is over-sized and the inter-NE ECC communication scale exceeds the limit for the NE processing capability, the ECC communication load becomes heavy or even the system control board may undergo frequent resets. First, check the network scale. The network contains at most 100 NEs. When the network contains more than 100 NEs, you must divide the network into ECC subnets and set up DCN management channels for each subnet so that the ECC subnets are relatively independent. Second, check the NE scale of each single site. When multiple devices are connected using the HUB (or inter-subrack cascading) and they communicate with each other using the extended ECC function of network ports, the maximum number of NEs (the sum of the server and clients) for extended ECC cannot be greater than 8. If the number exceeds 8, the NEs are likely to be reset. When the number is not greater than 4, extended ECC in auto mode or specified mode can be used. When the number is greater than 4 but less than 8, extended ECC in specified mode is recommended.

Receiver sensitivity and minimum overload point of the TDX board
They vary according to the optical modules on the TDX board. For details, see the product documentation.

Receiver overload point
The receiver overload point refers to the maximum optical power that can be received.

How do I initiate a point-to-point conference on the DP300?
On the Call screen of the DP300, you can place a call to a remote site to set up a point-to-point conference. For details, see 6.1 Initiating a Point-to-Point Conference.

Are chair control rights available in point-to-point conference?
Point-to-point conferences have no chair site. You cannot set conference control functions for the chair site.

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