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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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External Connections

External Connections

This topic describes the external connections of the N63E-22 cabinet.

NOTE:

External cables are not used in the assembly and debugging of the integrated equipment, but are delivered to the customers and installed on site.

External Connections of the N63E-22 Cabinet Installed with Two Service Subracks (PON)

Figure 1-16 and Figure 1-17 show the external connections of the N63E-22 cabinet installed with two service subracks.

Figure 1-16  External connections of the cabinet installed with two service subracks (overhead cabling)

Figure 1-17  External connections of the cabinet installed with two service subracks (underfloor cabling)

External Connections of the N63E-22 Cabinet Installed with Two Service Subracks (xDSL)

Figure 1-18 and Figure 1-19 show the external connections of the N63E-22 cabinet installed with two service subracks.

Figure 1-18  External connections of the cabinet installed with two service subracks (overhead cabling)

Figure 1-19  External connections of the cabinet installed with two service subracks (underfloor cabling)

NOTE:
  • The GIU slot can be installed with the upstream optical interface board to provide upstream transmission or cascading over optical fibers. The upstream optical interface board is connected to the ODF through optical fibers.
  • The GIU slot can be installed with the upstream electrical interface board to provide upstream transmission or cascading over the electrical port. The upstream electrical interface board is connected to the GE port of the upper layer device or cascading device through network cables.

External Connections of the N63E-22 Cabinet Installed with One Service Subrack and One SPL Subrack (xDSL)

Figure 1-20 and Figure 1-21 show the external connections of the cabinet installed with one service subrack and one SPL subrack.

Figure 1-20  External connections of the cabinet installed with one service subrack and one SPL subrack (overhead cabling)

Figure 1-21  External connections of the cabinet installed with one service subrack and one SPL subrack (underfloor cabling)

NOTE:
  • The GIU slot can be installed with the upstream optical interface board to provide upstream transmission or cascading over optical fibers. The upstream optical interface board is connected to the ODF through optical fibers.
  • The GIU slot can be installed with the upstream electrical interface board to provide upstream transmission or cascading over the electrical port. The upstream electrical interface board is connected to the GE port of the upper layer device or cascading device through network cables.
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Updated: 2019-03-18

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