TNV5T402

Huawei OptiX OSN 9800 TNV5T402 2*100G Tributary Service Processing Board(QSFP28)

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Description

TNV5T402 overview

 

TNV5T402 2*100G Tributary Service Processing Board(QSFP28) applied to Huawei OptiX OSN 9800 U64/U32/M24.

To meet ultra-large cross-connect capacity and bandwidth requirements, Huawei presents the OptiX OSN 9800 product series. The OptiX OSN 9800 product series include the OptiX OSN 9800 U64, U32, P18 and universal platform subracks. Applied at the electrical layer, the OptiX OSN 9800 U64 and U32 subracks share boards by using unified software and hardware platforms, and can work with the OptiX OSN 9800 universal platform subrack and P18 subrack, OptiX OSN 8800 platform subrack and T16 subrack, and OptiX OSN 6800 optical subracks in WDM and OTN systems.

The TNV5T402 board has only one variant: TNV5T402Q01.

 

 

Front panel of the TNV5T402 board

TNV5T402

Front panel of the TNV5T402 board

 

Valid slots for the TNV5T402 board in a U64/U32/M24 subrack

Device Number of Occupied Slots Physical Slot Logical Slot
OptiX OSN 9800 M24 2 (IU1, IU13), (IU2, IU14), ……, (IU11, IU23), (IU12, IU24) IU1 to IU12
OptiX OSN 9800 U32 Enhanced 1 IU1 to IU32 IU1 to IU32
OptiX OSN 9800 U32 Standard 1 IU1 to IU32 IU1 to IU32
OptiX OSN 9800 U64 Enhanced 1 IU1 to IU64 IU1 to IU64
OptiX OSN 9800 U64 Standard 1 IU1 to IU64 IU1 to IU64

 

Item TNV5T402
Functions and Features of the TNV5T402 Board (OTN Tributary)
Backplane capacity The total bandwidth is 200 Gbit/s.

NOTE:

Supports backplane cross-connections of two ODU4/ODU3/ODUflex signals from/to the cross-connect board.
Client-side service type
  • 100G FlexE unaware: The rate is 103.125 Gbit/s
  • OTU4: The rate is 111.81 Gbit/s
  • 40GE: The rate is 41.25 Gbit/s
  • 100GE: The rate is 103.125 Gbit/s
Service mapping mode 100GE service: Supports Bit Transparent Mapping ODU4, MAC Transparent Mapping ODU4, and MAC Transparent Mapping ODUFlex.
FEC coding
  • Supports ITU-T G.709-compliant forward error correction (FEC) when the client-side service type is OTU4.
  • When the client-side service type is 100GE/FlexE, only RS_FEC coding is supported.
OTN overhead
  • ODUflex layer: supports PM overhead processing.
  • ODU3 layer: supports PM overhead processing.
  • ODU4 layer: When the client-side service type is 100GE, supports PM overhead processing.
  • ODU4 layer: When the client-side service type is OTU4, supports PM and TCM overhead processing, and non-intrusive monitoring of PM and TCM overheads.
  • OTU4 layer: supports SM overhead processing.

NOTE:

Supports overhead processing defined by ITU-T G.709. The service mapping process complies with ITU-T G.709 and G.Sup43.
Maximum frame length for a port 1518 to 9600 Bytes, supports a jumbo frame with a maximum length of 9600 bytes.
LPT Not supported
Client 1+1 protection Supported

NOTE:

  • Does not support client 1+1 protection when an MPO optical module is used on the client side to receive services.
  • Does not support client 1+1 protection when FlexE services are received on the client side.
ODUk SNCP Supported

NOTE:

  • The board supports ODUk SNCP when k = 3, 4, flex.
  • When FlexE services are received on the client side, ODUk SNCP protection groups in a FlexE group must be bound to implement unified switching of multiple ODUk SNCP protection groups.
Tributary SNCP Supported
Electrical-layer ASON Supported
L1 service encryption Supported

NOTE:

When receiving OTU4 services on the client side, the board does not support the encryption.
ALS Supported on the client side when non-OTN services are received.
LLDP When the client-side service type is 40GE/100GE, the board supports the LLDP function.

NOTE:

When the service mapping mode is MAC transparent mapping, the LLDP mode of the port is the Receive mode by default. In this case, LLDP packets are not transparently transmitted.
Physical clock
  • Bit Transparent Mapping ODU4: Supports synchronous Ethernet transparent transmission
  • Mac Transparent Mapping ODU4: Supports synchronous Ethernet processing
IEEE 1588v2 Supports this function when receiving100GE(MAC transparent mapping) services on the client side.
ITU-T G.8275.1 Supports this function when receiving100GE(MAC transparent mapping) services on the client side.
ITU-T G.8273.2 Supported

NOTE:

The board does not support ITU-T G.8273.2 when the system control board is U2CTU.
Outband DCN Supportes when the client-side service type is OTU4.
Test frame When the client-side service type is 40GE/100GE, the board supports test frame.

NOTE:

For Ethernet test frames, only one interface can be used to send them at a time.
PRBS Supported

NOTE:

  • When the board receives OTU4 services, the PRBS test function is supported in both the optical port direction and the backplane direction.
  • When the board receives 40GE/100GE services, the PRBS test function is supported only in the backplane direction.
Latency measurement
  • When non-OTN services are received on the client side of the board, the PM section latency measurement is supported in the backplane direction (upstream direction).
  • When OTN services are received on the client side of the board, the TCM section latency measurement is supported in the optical port direction (downstream direction).
Channel loopback Not supported
Port loopback
  • Supports inloops and outloops on the client side.
  • Supports ODUk inloops and ODUk outloops on the client side.
  • Supports inloops and outloops in a FlexE group.

NOTE:

  • The board supports ODUk inloop and ODUk outloop only when non-OTN services are received, the port working mode is non-convergence, and bidirectional cross-connections are configured.
  • When the service type is set to None, Inloop, Outloop, and ODUk Outloop are not supported.
  • When non-OTN services are received, the PRBS in the backplane direction can be used only with ODUk loopback.
Alarm and performance event monitoring
  • Monitors BIP8 bytes to help locate line failures.
  • Monitors OTN alarms and performance events.
  • Monitors parameters such as the bias current, temperature, and optical power of the laser.
  • Provides remote monitoring (RMON) of the Ethernet service.
Functions and Features of the TNV5T402 Board (OTN Tributary)
Backplane capacity The total backplane bandwidth is 200 Gbit/s.
Tunable wavelength Not supported
FEC coding FEC
OTN overhead protocol Supports the OTN frame format and overhead processing defined by ITU-T G.709.
OTN overhead
  • OTU4 layer: supports SM overhead processing.
  • ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, 4, flex) layer: supports PM and TCM overhead processing.
  • ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, 4, flex) layer: supports non-intrusive monitoring of PM and TCM overheads.
Intra-board 1+1 protection Not supported
ODUk SNCP Supported
Tributary SNCP Supported
Electrical-layer ASON Supported
Optical-layer ASON Not supported
Physical clock Supported

NOTE:

When the ODU cross-connect granularity of an OTN line port is set to the maximum granularity supported by the port, physical clock synchronization is not supported. The physical clock can be used only after lower-order ODU cross-connections are configured.

IEEE 1588v2 Not supported
ITU-T G.8275.1 Not supported
ITU-T G.8273.2 Not supported
Outband DCN Supports communication over ESCs.
Test frame Not supported
PRBS Supports the PRBS function on the WDM side.
Latency measurement The board supports latency measurement in the WDM-side optical port direction (upstream direction).

  • When higher-order ODU4 cross-connections are created on the line board, TCM section latency measurement is supported for higher-order ODU4 channels.
  • When lower-order ODUk cross-connections are created on the line board, PM/TCM section latency measurement is supported for higher-order ODU4 channels, and TCM section latency measurement is supported for lower-order ODUk channels.
Channel loopback ODUk (k=0, 1, 2, 2e, 3, flex) channel loopbacks
Port loopback Supports WDM Side Loopback
Alarm and performance event monitoring
  • Monitors BIP8 bytes (Bursty mode) to help locate line failures.
  • Monitors parameters such as the bias current, temperature, and optical power of the laser.
  • Monitors OTN alarms and performance events.
Functions and Features of the TNV5T402 Board (SDH)
Basic function Provides two line ports and supports conversions between SDH signals from the backplane and ODUk signals.

For details about the service mapping path, see Application.

Backplane capacity The total backplane bandwidth is 80 Gbit/s.
Service processing VC-12, VC-3, VC-4, VC-4-4c, VC-4-16c, VC-4-64c
Overhead processing
  • Processes the section overheads of STM-16/STM-64 signals.
  • Supports the transparent transmission and termination of path overheads.
  • Supports the setting and query of the J0, J1, and C2 bytes.
  • Supports ECC communication.
  • Supports transparent transmission of DCC channels.
SDH SNCP Supported
Linear MSP Supported
Ring MSP Supports two-fiber bidirectional ring MSP
SDH ASON Supported
Physical clock Supports SDH clock synchronization.
Outband DCN Supported
Channel loopback Supports VC loopbacks.
Port loopback Supports Virtual Port loopbacks.
2M ASON Supported

NOTE:

Only supported when the 9800 M24 is used.
Alarm and performance event monitoring
  • Monitors B1 bytes to help locate faults.
  • Monitors B2 bytes to help locate faults.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
  • 477.30 × 30.50 × 220.00 (mm)
  • 18.81 × 1.20 × 8.67 (in.)
Weight
  • 2.24 kg
  • 4.94 lb.

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