Backplane bandwidth of the HUNQ2 board

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The maximum backplane-side bandwidth of the HUNQ2 board is 40 Gbit/s.

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Backplane bandwidth of S series switches
The backplane bandwidth is the maximum traffic volume that can be exchanged between the interface processor or interface card and the data bus. The backplane bandwidth is also called switching bandwidth, which indicates the overall data switching capability of a switch, measured in Gbit/s. The higher backplane bandwidth indicates the greater data processing capability, but with higher design cost. For details about backplane bandwidth, contact your local Huawei office.

Whether the HUNQ2 board supports ODUk SNCP
The HUNQ2 board supports ODUk SNCP in most scenarios, but does not support ODUk SNCP or ODUk SPRing protection when the board receives SDH or packet services from the backplane.

Whether the HUNQ2 board of OSN 1800 supports the ODU0 cross-connections
The HUNQ2 board supports ODU0 cross-connections, and can cooperate with cross-connect boards to implement grooming for 32 x ODU0 services.

Whether an HUNQ2 board on an OSN 1800 supports ODU0 cross-connections
An HUNQ2 board supports ODU0 cross-connections, and can work with cross-connect boards to implement the following service scheduling: 32 x ODU0/16 x ODU1/32 x ODUflex/4 x ODU2/4 x ODU2e

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