Whether the TN13M40V board supports optical power adjustment

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When the optical power intelligent equalization license is loaded, the TN13M40V board supports optical power adjustment.

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Method for enabling optical power adjustment of the TN13M40V board
The TN13M40V supports optical power adjustment only when it is used with the smart power equilibrium license. The mapping NMS license control item is Optical Power Equalization Software Fee (Per Unit). To use the EVOA power adjustment function integrated in the TN13M40V board, configure the purchased license as follows: Step 1: Authorize the value-added function license for the NE. a. In the NE explorer, choose Configuration > Value-added Function Authorization. b. Click Query. The number of available smart power equilibrium licenses is displayed. c. Double-click Allocated Capacity and enter the correct value. The entered value must be less than or equal to the number of available smart power equilibrium licenses. Step 2: Enable the optical power equilibrium function of the TN13M40V board. a. In the NE Explorer, choose Configuration > Optical Power Equalization. b. Enable optical power equalization for the TN13M40V board. Click Apply. Note: The default attenuation value of the EVOA on each channel of the TN13M40V board is 15 dB. If no license is available, the attenuation value must be set to 0 dB for the channels to add wavelengths before services are provisioned. If a license is available, the attenuation value must be set to 15 dB for the channels to add wavelengths before services are provisioned.

Whether an X40 board supports optical power query
The X40 board is a multiplexer/demultiplexer board and does not support optical power query.

Whether the X40 board supports the optical power query function
The X40 board is a multiplexer board and does not support the optical power query function.

Whether an FIU board on an OSN 1800 supports optical power detection
A TNF2FIU board on OSN 1800 V100R005C00SPC200 supports optical power detection.

Mechanism of automatic transmit power adjustment for APs
APs support automatic adjustment of the transmit power, and the adjustment mechanism is similar to AP channel calibration. In AC+Fit AP networking, when an AP goes offline, the AC adjusts the power of neighboring APs to compensate for the coverage hole.

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