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MA5600T, MA5603T, and MA5608T Hardware Description 25

This manual describes the Huawei MA5600T, MA5603T, and MA5608T hardware specifications, such as dimensions, weight, power consumption, capacity, structure, chassis, slots, boards, power modules, and optical modules.
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The MA5600T ETSI service subrack provides 16 slots for service boards, two slots for control boards, two slots for power boards, one for universal interface board and tow for upstream interface boards. This topic lists the types of boards supported by the MA5600T ETSI service subrack and the slot restriction.


H801MABC, H802MABC and H803MABC are the backplane supported by the MA5600T ETSI service subrack. H801MABC does not support the Vectoring feature, H802MABC and H803MABC support the Vectoring feature.

Figure 2-3  Configuration of boards in the MA5600T ETSI service subrack

Table 2-4 lists the configuration of boards in the MA5600T ETSI service subrack. For details, see Board Configuration(MA5600T/MA5603T).

Table 2-4  Boards in the MA5600T ETSI service subrack

Slot Type


Supported Board


Control board (SCU) slot


Control board

Two slots must be configured with the same control board. You are advised to configure 2 control boards working in active/standby mode.

Uplink interface board (GIU) slot


Uplink interface board

Mixed configuration of upstream interface boards is supported; however, it is recommended to use the same upstream interface board in the configuration.

Power board slot


Power board

It is recommended to configure the same power board in the two slots.

Universal interface board (GPIO) slot


Universal interface board


Service board slot


  • Service board
    • SPU board
    • Ethernet service access board
    • TDM service processing board
    • GPON service board
    • 10G GPON service board
    • P2P interface board
    • ATM interface board
    • Combo board
    • Voice board
    • ADSL2+ service board
    • VDSL2 service board
    • Vectoring processing board
    • SHDSL service board
  • SPL board
    • ADSL2+ SPL board
    • VDSL2 SPL board
  • Extension board

Mixed configuration of service boards is supported. When the SPL board or transfer extension board is configured in the slot, select the slot next to the corresponding service board.

  • GPON boards are recommended to be installed from left to right and other boards are recommended from right to left.
  • A vectoring processing board can be installed only in slots 8 and 11. When installed in slot 8, the board processes the vectoring services of slots 1-6. When installed in slot 11, the board processes the vectoring services of slots 13-18. Slots 7 and 12 cannot house vectoring service boards but can house other service boards.
Updated: 2019-03-18

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