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Only one functional version of the SF64 board is available, that is, N4.
Mappings Between the Board and Equipment
This manual describes all boards supported by the product. However, the availability of the boards is subject to the PCNs. For the availability of the boards, contact the product manager of your Huawei local office.
|Board||General 8800 T64 Subrack||Enhanced 8800 T64 Subrack||General 8800 T32 Subrack||Enhanced 8800 T32 Subrack||8800 T16 Subrack||8800 Universal Platform Subrack||6800 Subrack||3800 Chassis|
NOTE:This board can be used only in an independent subrack, but not in a master or slave subrack.
The SF64 board is a line board. The SF64 board can be used on the OptiX OSN equipment to transmit and receive STM-64 FEC optical signals. The SF64 board converts the received optical signals into electrical signals and sends the electrical signals to the cross-connect side. In addition, the SF64 board converts the electrical signals sent from the cross-connect side into optical signals and transmits the optical signals.
Figure 1 shows the application of the SF64 board. The SF64 boards can form a ring network or a chain network in the system.Figure 1 Networking and application of the SF64 board
Functions and Features
The SF64 board receives and transmits 1xSTM-64 FEC optical signals and processes overhead bytes.
For detailed functions and features, refer to Table 1.
|Function and Feature||Description|
|Basic functions||Transmits and receives 1xSTM-64 FEC optical signals.Supports configuration of the normal FEC or enhanced FEC function.|
|Specifications of the optical interface||Supports different types of standard optical interfaces, namely, the Ue-64.2c, Ue-64.2d, and Ue-64.2e. The characteristics of the optical interfaces comply with the standards defined by Huawei.Supports the output of the standard DWDM wavelengths that comply with ITU-T G.692 and can be directly connected to the WDM equipment.|
|Specifications of the optical module||Supports XFP pluggable optical modules.Supports the detection and query of information about the optical module.Provides the ALS function. The optical interface supports the setting of the on/off state of a laser.|
|Service processing||Supports the VC-12 services, VC-3 services, VC-4 services, VC-4-4c concatenation services, VC-4-16c concatenation services, and VC-4-64c concatenation services.|
|SDH Clock Synchronization||Supported.|
|Overhead processing||Processes the section overheads of the STM-64 signals.Supports the transparent transmission and termination of the path overheads.Supports the setting and query of the J0, J1, and C2 bytes.Supports one channel of ECC communication.Supports HWECC (default), IP, or OSI protocol stacks.Supports the 1.5 Mbit/s DCN.|
|Alarms and performance events||Reports various alarms and performance events.|
|Protection schemes||Supports the two-fiber ring MSP.Supports the four-fiber ring MSP.Supports the linear MSP.Supports the SNCP.Supports the SNCTP.Supports the fiber-shared virtual trail protection.Supports the fiber-shared MSP.Supports the transoceanic MSP ring.NOTE:Supports processes two sets of K bytes. One SF64 board supports a maximum of two MSP rings.|
|Maintenance features||Supports inloops and outloops at optical interfaces.Supports inloops and outloops on VC-4 paths.Supports the function of automatically releasing service loopbacks after the specified time expires.Supports warm resets and cold resets. The warm reset does not affect services.Supports the query of the manufacturing information of the board.Supports the in-service loading of the FPGA.Supports the upgrade of the board software without affecting services.Supports the PRBS function.Supports the press-to-collect function in fault data collection.|
|Protocols or standards compliance||Protocols or standards for transparent transmission (non-performance monitoring)||ITU-T G.774.7|
|Protocols or standards for service processing (performance monitoring)||ITU-T G.707ITU-T G.709ITU-T G.783ITU-T G.774.1ITU-T G.774.2ITU-T G.774.3ITU-T G.774.4ITU-T G.774.5ITU-T G.774.6ITU-T G.774.9ITU-T G.774.10ITU-T G.841ITU-T G.825ITU-T G.829|
|SDH ASON||SupportedNOTE:When being installed in a T16 subrack, the board does not support SDH ASON.|
There are indicators, interfaces, a bar code, and a laser safety class label on the front panel of the SF64 board.
Appearance of the Front Panel
Figure 1 shows the front panel of the SF64 board.Figure 1 Front panel of the SF64 board
The following indicators are present on the panel of the board:
- Board hardware status indicator (STAT) – two colors (red and green)
- Service activation status indicator (ACT) – one color (green)
- Board software status indicator (PROG) – two colors (red and green)
- Service alarm indicator (SRV) – three colors (red, green, and yellow)
For details about indicators on the board, see Board Indicators.
There is one optical interface on the front panel of the SF64 board. Table 1 lists the type and function of the optical interface.
|IN||LC||Receives optical signals.|
|OUT||LC||Transmits optical signals.|
The SF64 board must be installed in a valid slot in the subrack. Otherwise, the SF64 board cannot work normally.Table 1 shows the valid slots for the SF64 board.
|OptiX OSN 8800 T64 subrack||IU1–IU8, IU11–IU42, and IU45–IU68|
|OptiX OSN 8800 T32 subrack||IU1–IU8, IU12–IU27, and IU29–IU36|
|OptiX OSN 8800 T16 subrack||IU1–IU8, and IU11–IU18|
Characteristic Code for the SF64
The number code that follows the board name in the bar code is the characteristic code for the board. The characteristic code for the SF64 board indicates the type of optical interface.
Table 1 provides the relationship between the characteristic code for the SF64 board and the type of optical interface.
|Board||Characteristic Code||Type of Optical Interface|
|N4SF6401M01||01M01||Fixed-wavelength optical interface|
|N4SF6401||01||Ue-64.2c, Ue-64.2d, and Ue-64.2e|
This topic describes the interface information on the U2000.
Display of Optical Interfaces
The serial numbers of the optical interfaces on the front panel of the board displayed on the NM are listed in Table 1.
|Interface on the Panel||Interface on the NM|
NOTE:The port number displayed on the U2000 indicates a pair of physical optical ports. One transmits signals and the other receives signals.
Parameters Can Be Set or Queried by NMS
This topic describes all the parameters, including the read-only parameters, of the SF64 board.
Table 1 lists all the parameters of the SF64 board.
|Port||-||Displays all ports available on the line board.|
|VC3 Path||-||Displays all available VC3 paths.|
|Optical Interface Name||For example, SDH-1||Specifies the name of an optical interface.|
|Overhead Transfer Mode||DCC Mode, GCC Mode||Sets overhead transfer mode of the optical interface.|
|MSP Sharing||Enabled, DisabledDefault: Disabled||The MSP Sharing parameter determines whether multiple multiplex section (MS) protection groups can be configured at the same optical interface.|
|Laser Switch||Off, OnDefault: On||Specifies the laser state of the line board. In general, the parameter is set to On.|
|Laser Transmission Distance (m)||/||The Laser Transmission Distance (m) parameter indicates the valid distance over which the laser sends a signal. A line board uses pluggable optical module and the transmission distance is determined by the type of the pluggable optical module.|
|Optical (Electrical) Interface Loopback||Non-Loopback, Inloop, OutloopDefault: Non-Loopback||Specifies the loopback state of an SDH interface. In general, this parameter is set to Non-Loopback.|
|VC4 Path||-||Displays all available VC4 paths.|
|VC4 Loopback||Non-Loopback, Inloop, OutloopDefault: Non-Loopback||Specifies the VC4 loopback state on the line board. In general, this parameter is set to Non-Loopback.|
|VC12 Channel||-||Displays all available VC12 channels.|
The mechanical specifications of the SF64 board are as follows:
- Dimensions: 25.4 mm (W) x 220 mm (D) x 266.7 mm (H)
- Weight: 0.7 kg (1.5 lb.)
Typical power consumption: 26 W
Maximum power consumption: 27.3 W