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OSN 500 550 580 V100R008C50 Commissioning and Configuration Guide 02

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Configuring Broadcast Data Interfaces

Configuring Broadcast Data Interfaces

This topic describes the parameters for configuring broadcast data interfaces.

Table 2-200 list the parameters for configuring broadcast data interfaces.

Table 2-200  Parameters for configuring broadcast data interfaces

Field

Value Range

Description

Overhead Byte

SERIAL1, SERIAL2, SERIAL3, SERIAL4

Default value: SERIAL1

The Overhead Byte (Broadcast Data Port) parameter specifies the number of the overhead bytes, which are used to transmit orderwire broadcast data services, in the SDH frame header.

Value description:
  • SERIAL1: Indicates the S1 byte in the SDH frame header.
  • SERIAL2: Indicates the S2 byte in the SDH frame header.
  • SERIAL3: Indicates the S3 byte in the SDH frame header.
  • SERIAL4: Indicates the S4 byte in the SDH frame header.
Recommendations:

Select the value according to the configuration.

Association with other parameters:

If the S1 byte, the S2 byte, the S3 byte, the S4 byte, or an optical interface is set to transparently transmit DCC overhead, the broadcast data port may fail to be set.

Working Mode

RS232, RS422

Default value: -

The Working Mode (Broadcast Data Port) parameter specifies the working mode of the local interface at which broadcast data services are added or dropped.

Value description:
  • RS232: Indicates an asynchronous transmission mode, in which no handshake signal is available. An NE operating in RS232 mode can communicate with an NE operating in RS232 or RS422 mode directly; in this case, data transmission is transparent and the maximum rate is 19.2 kbit/s.
  • RS422: RS422 port specifications differ from RS232 port specifications only in that an RS422 port can become an RS232 port by means of hardware jumpers.
Recommendations:

Select the value according to the interface.

Broadcast Data Source

No Data, SERIALx, Bid-BidType-PortID

Default value: -

The Broadcast Data Source (Broadcast Data Port) parameter specifies the source of the orderwire broadcast data service.

Value description:
  • No Data: Clears all the broadcast data services.
  • SERIALx: Indicates the local broadcast data port. For example, SERIAL1.
  • Bid-BidType-PortID: Indicates a port that is used to set a slot of the F1 data port.
Recommendations:

Select the value according to the configuration.

Association with other parameters:

If the S1 byte, the S4 byte, or an optical interface is set to transparently transmit DCC overhead, the broadcast data service may fail to be set.

Broadcast Data Sink

SERIALx, Bid-BidType-PortID

Default value: -

The Broadcast Data Sink (Broadcast Data Port) parameter specifies the sink of the orderwire broadcast data service.

Value description:
  • SERIALx: Indicates the local broadcast data port. For example, SERIAL1.
  • Bid-BidType-PortID: Indicates a port that is used to set a slot of the F1 data port.
Recommendations:

Select the value according to the configuration.

Association with other parameters:

If the S1 byte, the S4 byte, or an optical interface is set to transparently transmit DCC overhead, the broadcast data service may fail to be set.

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