Function of the RESET button on the system control board of the OSN 6800

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The RESET button resets the system control board.

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Whether the RESET button on the system control board of the OSN 8800/6800/3800 implements a warm reset or a cold reset on the board
A warm reset.

Whether the RESET button on the system control board of the OSN 9800 implements a warm reset or a cold reset on the board
A warm reset.

Functions and replacement precautions for the system control board in an OSN 6800 slave subrack
The SCC board in a slave subrack provides the following functions: 1. Communicates with the boards without software to control the working status of the boards. 2. Receives overhead signals from service boards by using RS485A or RS485B buses and processes the overhead signals. 3. Processes the overhead signals that are transmitted from the master subrack and delivers them to the service boards. 4. Detects whether each board in a subrack is online and uses the AUX board to report the status information to the system control board in the master subrack. 5. Provides two RS485 buses for urgent data transmission. 6. Provides required power supplies for the local board and provides 3.3 V centralized power supply backup for the entire OSN 6800 system. In addition, provides power supply backup for the boards whose maximum power consumption is less than 60 W. However, it provides power supply backup only for one board at a time.

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.)

Reset types in the Errorlog records of the system control boards on the OSN 9500
Question: In OSN 9500 V100R001B01, the following information is displayed after the Errlog command is issued: No.71: 2006-4-17 15:45:40 BOARD=47 TYPE=0xf0000004 SOFTTYPE=2 What does TYPE mean in the command output? Answer: TYPE: reset type. The definitions are as follows: #define VOS_RST_ERASE_FPGA 0x1 /*A reset clears the FPGA and triggers switching.*/ #define VOS_RST_ERASE_STRING 0x2 /*A reset clears records and triggers switching.*/ #define VOS_RST_COLD_BOOT 0x4 /*The board is powered on and switching is triggered.*/ #define VOS_RST_DOGRESET 0x10 /*Watchdog reset*/ #define VOS_RST_RECONLY 0x100 /*Only reset information is recorded but no reset is performed.*/ #define VOS_RST_SOFTDOGRESET 0x200 /*Software watchdog reset*/ #define VOS_RST_VALID 0xf0000000 /*A reset is successful.*/ SOFTTYPE: type of the reset software. Valid values are as follows: 1: BIOS 2: NE software 3: board software

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