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FAQ-Differences Between the SSR1AUX and SSR2AUX

Publication Date:  2012-07-25 Views:  38 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
According to the BOM list and documentation, the OptiX OSN 1500 supports two types of AUX boards: SSR1AUX and SSR2AUX. What are the differences between the SSR1AUX and SSR2AUX? 
 
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Handling Process
A:
The SSR1AUX differs from the SSR2AUX in the following aspects:
1. The SSR1AUX contains the CPU. The SSR2AUX does not contain the CPU and is controlled by the CXL.
2. The SSR1AUX and SSR2AUX apply to the OptiX OSN 1500A and OptiX OSN 1500B.
3. The SSR1AUX can work with all types of CXL. The SSR2AUX can work with the Q2CXL or Q3CXL instead of the Q1CXL.
4. The SSR1AUX cannot detect the connection status of the network interface on OptiX OSN 1500 V100R008. The SSR2AUX can detect the connection status of the network interface on OptiX OSN 1500 V100R008. 
 
Root Cause
Certain engineers wonder what are the differences between the SSR1AUX and SSR2AUX. 
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