Whether changing the cross-connect capacity of an OSN 8800 subrack adversely affects services

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No, changing the cross-connect capacity of an OSN 8800 subrack does not affect on services.

Other related questions:
Cross-connect capacity of each slot in an OptiX OSN 6800 subrack
If the TN12XCS board is used, each of the IU1, IU4, IU11, and IU14 slots supports a maximum cross-connect capacity of 40 Gbit/s. Each of the other service slots supports a maximum cross-connect capacity of 20 Gbit/s. If the TN11XCS board is used, each of all service slots supports a maximum cross-connect capacity of 20 Gbit/s. When IU17 is used as a service slot, no service grooming is supported.

Whether normal subrack operation is adversely affected if the TOM board is used on an OSN 6800 subrack that functions as an optical-layer subrack
When the OSN 6800 functions as an optical-layer subrack, no cross-connect board is required. Therefore, the TOM board in an OSN 6800 optical-layer subrack does not work and does not adversely affect the running of the subrack.

Whether services are affected if an OSN 8800 fan board is removed
Removing the fan board from the subrack will sharply increase the temperature inside the subrack, adversely affecting stable equipment running. Services may be affected and even equipment may be damaged.

Cross-connect matrix structure for OSN 8800
Similar to line boards and tributary boards, each cross-connect board has internal interfaces. The internal interfaces on cross-connect boards are connected through the backplane of the resident subrack to achieve service grooming.

Whether OSN 6800 devices support inter-subrack cross-connections
No.

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