Service capacity of each slot in an OptiX OSN 6800 subrack equipped with the TQX board

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If the TN12XCS board is used, the TQX board supports a service capacity of 40 Gbit/s when it is installed in slot 1, 4, 11, or 14; the TQX board supports a service capacity of 20 Gbit/s when it is installed in any of other slots and only optical ports RX1/TX1 and RX2/TX2 of the board are available.
If the TN11XCS board is used, only optical ports RX1/TX1 and RX2/TX2 of the TQX board are available and therefore the board supports a service capacity of only 20 Gbit/s regardless of the slot housing the board.

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Service capacity of each slot in an OptiX OSN 6800 subrack equipped with the NQ2 board
If the TN12XCS board is used, the NQ2 board supports a service capacity of 40 Gbit/s when it is installed in slot 1, 4, 11, or 14; the NQ2 board supports a service capacity of 20 Gbit/s when it is installed in any of other slots and only optical ports IN1/OUT1 and IN2/OUT2 of the board are available. If the TN11XCS board is used, only optical ports IN1/OUT1 and IN2/OUT2 of the NQ2 board are available and therefore the board supports a service capacity of only 20 Gbit/s regardless of the slot housing the board.

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.

Slots for holding TDX boards in an OptiX OSN 6800 subrack
In an OptiX OSN 6800 subrack, a TDX board can be installed in any slots of IU1 to IU17.

Slots for the 40G board on OSN 6800 and service capacity limit
1. Service capacity limit: OptiX OSN 6800 has the TN1K1AFB, TN1K2AFB, and TN1K3AFB backplanes, and the TN11XCS and TN12XCS cross-connect boards. Different combinations have different limits on the service capacity and cross-connect configuration of the 40G board. Description of the backplane subrack and cross-connect bus of the cross-connect board: (1). All slots of TN1K1AFB backplanes have only eight pairs of cross-connect buses with a cross-connect capability of 20G (8 x ODU1) and do not support single-slot 40G boards (such as the TQX or NQ2 board that can use only channels 1 and 2). However, dual-slot 40G boards (such as the NS3 board) are supported. (2). Due to the cross-connect capacity limit, all slots of the TN11XCS board have only eight pairs of cross-connect buses with a cross-connect capability of 20G (8 x ODU1) and do not support single-slot 40G boards (such as the TQX or NQ2 board that can use only channels 1 and 2). However, dual-slot 40G boards (such as the NS3 board) are supported. (3). The combination of the TN12XCS and TN1K2AFB boards supports four slots, each of which has a 40G cross-connect capability. That is, slots 1, 4, 11, and 14 have 16 pairs of active/standby centralized cross-connect buses with a cross-connect capability of 40G (16 x ODU1) and support single-slot 40G boards (such as the TQX and NQ2 board). The other slots have eight pairs of active/standby centralized cross-connect buses with a cross-connect capability of 20G (8 x ODU1) and do not support single-slot 40G boards (such as the TQX or NQ2 board that can use only channels 1 and 2). All slots support dual-slot 40G boards (such as the NS3 board). (4). The functions of the TN1K3AFB board are consistent with those of the TN1K2AFB board. Board service capacity and cross-connect configuration: (1). In scenarios where both TN12XCS and TN1K2AFB (TN1K3AFB) boards are used, the NQ2 and TQX single-slot 40G boards can be inserted into slots 1 to 4, and support 40G service capacity and cross-connect configurations for ports 1 to 4. If the boards are inserted into other slots, they support only 20G service capacity and cross-connection configurations for ports 1 and 2. If cross-connections are configured for ports 3 and 4, an error will be reported. (2). In scenarios where TN12XCS and TN1K2AFB (TN1K3AFB) boards are not used together, if the NQ2 and TQX single-slot 40G boards are inserted into other slots, they support only 20G service capacity and cross-connect configurations for ports 1 and 2. If cross-connections are configured for ports 3 and 4, an error will be reported.

Whether an OptiX OSN 8800 subrack can function as a slave subrack of an OptiX OSN 6800 subrack
Yes, it can function as a slave subrack of an OptiX OSN 6800 subrack.

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