Huawei OSN500 processing board supports 8 FE ports


SKU: TNM1EF8F Category:


TNM1EF8F Overview

The board comes with 8 FE ports applied to the Huawei OSN 500 chassis.
The functional version of the EF8F is TNM1.

EF8F board does not have any DIP switches or jumpers.


TNM1EF8F Functions and Features

The EF8F receives/transmits, processes, and converges 8xFE signals.

The EF8F needs to work with the packet switching unit of the system control, switching, and timing board to implement Ethernet service functions.


TNM1EF8F Valid Slots

The EF8F can be inserted in slots 3 and 4. The slot allocation priority is as follows: slot 4 > slot 3. The logical slots of the EF8F on the NMS are the same as its physical slots.


Technical Specifications

This section describes the board specifications, including the port performance, dimensions, weight, and power consumption.


Mechanical specifications of the EF8F

Item Performance
Dimensions (H x W x D) 19.8 mm x 193.8 mm x 205.9 mm
Weight 0.55 kg
Typical power consumption 23.0 W
Maximum power consumption 24.0 W


Ethernet performance specifications of the FE electrical ports

Item Performance
Frame Length (Bytes) Throughput (pks/sec) Latency (us) Packet Loss Ratio (%) Back-to-Back (Frames)
64.00 148810.00 12.80 0.00 744050.00
128.00 84459.00 17.90 0.00 422295.00
256.00 45290.00 28.00 0.00 226450.00
512.00 23496.00 48.40 0.00 117480.00
1024.00 11973.00 89.40 0.00 59865.00
1280.00 9615.00 109.80 0.00 48075.00
1518.00 8126.00 129.00 0.00 40635.00
2000.00 6188.00 167.50 0.00 30940.00
9600.00 1299.00 773.10 0.00 6459.00


Ethernet performance specifications of the FE optical ports

Item Performance
Frame Length (Bytes) Throughput (pks/sec) Latency (us) Packet Loss Ratio (%) Back-to-Back (Frames)
64.00 148810.00 44.90 0.00 744050.00
128.00 84459.00 65.90 0.00 422295.00
256.00 45290.00 106.50 0.00 226450.00
512.00 23496.00 182.20 0.00 117480.00
1024.00 11973.00 241.10 0.00 59865.00
1280.00 9615.00 269.20 0.00 48075.00
1518.00 8126.00 292.20 0.00 40635.00
2000.00 6188.00 341.90 0.00 30940.00
9600.00 1299.00 1133.30 0.00 6459.00





Function and Feature Board
Basic functions Receives/Transmits fast Ethernet (FE) service signals and works with the packet switching unit to process the received FE service signals.
Backplane bus bandwidth 1.25 Gbit/s
Port specifications
  • FE optical port: 100BASE-BX/100BASE-FX/100BASE-LX/100BASE-VX/100BASE-ZX
  • FE electrical port: 100BASE-T
  • The following types of small form-factor pluggable (SFP) modules are supported:
    • FE two-fiber bidirectional pluggable optical module
    • FE single-fiber bidirectional pluggable optical module
    • FE pluggable electrical module
Port attributes Working mode
  • FE optical ports support 100M full-duplex.
  • FE electrical ports support auto-negotiation.
TAG attributes
  • The TAG attribute can be set to tag aware, access, or hybrid.
Traffic control at ports Supports the port-based traffic control function that complies with IEEE 802.3x.
Port type query Supported
Query and setting of optical power thresholds Supported
Packet services Ethernet line (E-Line) services
  • Native ETH services:
    • E-Line services based on point-to-point transparent transmission
    • E-Line services based on virtual local area networks (VLANs)
    • E-Line services based on 802.1Q in 802.1Q (QinQ)
  • ETH pseudowire emulation edge-to-edge (PWE3) services: E-Line services carried by PWs (VPWS services)
Ethernet local area network (E-LAN) services
  • Native ETH services:
    • E-LAN services based on IEEE 802.1d bridges
    • E-LAN services based on IEEE 802.1q bridges
    • E-LAN services based on IEEE 802.1ad bridges
  • ETH PWE3 services: E-LAN services carried by PWs (virtual private LAN services [VPLSs])
  • MAC address learning modes:
    • Independent VLAN learning (IVL) and shared VLAN learning (SVL) for native Ethernet services
    • SVL for VPLS services
Ethernet data frame format IEEE 802.3/Ethernet II
Jumbo frame Supports a jumbo frame with a maximum length of 9600 bytes.
MFL Supports an MFL ranging from 960 bytes to 9600 bytes for FE optical ports, with 1620 bytes being the default value.

Supports an MFL ranging from 960 bytes to 9016 bytes for FE electrical ports, with 1620 bytes being the default value.

Protection schemes Tunnel automatic protection switching (APS) Supports 1:1 tunnel APS.
Pseudo wire (PW) APS/FPS Supports 1:1 PW APS and 1:1 PW FPS.
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) Supports MSTP that runs only Common and Internal Spanning Tree (CIST) instances. This type of MSTP provides the same functions as the Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP).
Ethernet ring protection switching (ERPS) Supports ERPS that complies with ITU-T G.8032/Y.1344.
Link aggregation group (LAG)
  • Aggregation types: manual aggregation and static aggregation
  • Load sharing modes: load sharing and non-load sharing
Link-state pass through (LPT) Point-point and point-multipoint LPT
Quality of service (QoS)
  • DiffServSupports simple traffic classification by specifying PHB service classes for service flows based on their QoS information (including C-VLAN priorities, S-VLAN priorities, DSCP values, and MPLS EXP values) carried by packets.
  • Complex traffic classificationSupports complex traffic classification based on C-VLAN IDs, S-VLAN IDs, C-VLAN priorities, S-VLAN priorities, C-VLAN IDs + C-VLAN priorities, S-VLAN IDs + S-VLAN priorities, source MAC addresses, destination MAC addresses, IP protocol types, ETH protocol type, extended IP protocol type, or DSCPs carried by packets at ingress Ethernet ports or V-UNIs.
  • QoS policiesSupports port policies and V-UNI ingress policies.
  • Access control list (ACL)Passes or discards packets in a flow that matches rules specified by a port policy or V-UNI ingress policy.
  • CARProvides the CAR function for traffic flows at ingress ports and V-UNIs.
  • ShapingProvides traffic shaping for a specific port, ingress PW, prioritized queue, or traffic flow.
  • Congestion managementSupports tail drop and WRED dropping.
  • Queue scheduling policiesSupports SP, WRR, and SP+WRR.
Maintenance features Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)/Multiprotocol label switching transport profile (MPLS-TP) operation, administration and maintenance (OAM)
  • Tunnel OAM and PW OAM are supported.
  • MPLS OAM supports connectivity verification (CV), fast failure detection (FFD), ping, and traceroute tests in compliance with ITU-T Y.1711.
  • MPLS-TP OAM supports continuity checks (CCs), remote defect indication (RDI), alarm indication signal (AIS) insertion, loopback (LB) tests, linktrace (LT) tests, loss measurement (LM) (only PW-based single-ended LM), two-way delay measurement (DM), locked signal function (LCK) (The LCK for PWs and bidirectional tunnels is supported), test (TST) (only packet loss ratio test supported), PW Client Signal Fail (CSF) indication in compliance with ITU-T G.8113.1.
Ethernet OAM (ETH OAM)
  • Ethernet service OAM:
    • Supports CCs, LB tests, LT tests, and AIS insertion in compliance with IEEE 802.1ag.
    • Implements IEEE 802.1ag-based LM and DM with reference to ITU-T Y.7131.
  • Ethernet port OAM: supports OAM auto-discovery, link performance monitoring, remote loopbacks, and selfloop checks in compliance with IEEE 802.3ah.
Inloops at the physical (PHY)/media access control (MAC) layer of Ethernet ports
Warm resets and cold resets (with warm resets having no impact on services)
Board power consumption query
Board voltage detection
Board temperature detection
SFP module information query
Ethernet performance monitoring (remote network monitoring [RMON])
Hot board swapping
Hot swapping for pluggable optical modules
Port mirroring
  • Supports local port mirroring.
  • Supports mirroring in the egress direction of a UNI port.
  • Supports mirroring in the ingress direction of UNI and NNI ports.
  • Supports mirroring of PORT+VLAN services in the ingress direction of a UNI port.
  • Supports Port + traffic classification mirroring.
Synchronization Synchronous Ethernet Transmits synchronous Ethernet clock signals at eight FE optical ports.
IEEE 1588 adaptive clock recovery (ACR) Transmits IEEE 1588 ACR signals at eight FE optical ports.
Data communication network (DCN) Each port provides one inband DCN channel.
Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) snooping Supported


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