Whether WDM devices support SNMP interfaces


The U2000, an NMS system for managing WDM devices, provides a variety of northbound interfaces (NBIs) for access to different operations support systems (OSSs).

In the network architecture, the OSS is above the U2000 and manages NEs through the U2000. The U2000 communicates with the OSS through NBIs, such as XML, CORBA, SNMP, and performance text, to achieve quick integration with the carrier OSS.

  • Huawei iManager U2000 Northbound SNMP Interface User Guide
  • describes the details about the SNMP interfaces and the guide for interconnection with the NMS.

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