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HUAWEI NIP6800 Series V500 Hardware Guide

This document of the NIP6800 Series describes hardware structure, installation guide, and hardware maintenance. The content of this document includes the appearance and specifications of the product, the supported expansion cards, preparation before the installation, installation, cabling, and hardware replacement.
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Board Overview

Board Overview

This section describes types, structures, and mappings of boards and rules for numbering board/subcard slots and interfaces.

Types and Mappings of Boards

This section describes the board types supported by the NIP6800 and mappings between boards and cards.

The NIP6800 supports the following types of boards:

  • MPU/SRU

    The NIP6800 MPU/SRU has an integrated board structure. It controls the system in a centralized manner and learns routing information. It is the system's control center.

  • SFU

    The NIP6800 SFU has an integrated board structure. It is responsible for data switching between boards.

  • SPU

    The NIP6800 SPU has a flexible plug-in card (FPIC) structure. It is responsible for processing security services in a centralized manner.

    An FPIC SPU consists of two parts: mother board and FPIC. The NIP6800 provides multiple types of SPUs with different performance. An SPU motherboard can hold one or two Service Processing Cards (SPCs).

  • LPU

    The NIP6800 LPU uses either an FPIC or integrated board structure and provides network interfaces externally.

Table 1-23, Table 1-24, and Table 1-25 show NIP6800 board mappings.

Table 1-23  Board mappings

Type

Board Name

BOM

NIP6830

NIP6860

First Software Version Supporting the Board

Subcard

Hot-swappable?

SRU

NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200

03057478

-

Yes

V500R001C50

-

Yes

NIP-MPU-X3

03056393

Yes

-

V500R001C50

-

Yes

SFU

E8KE-X8-SFUC-200

0305G08P

-

Yes

V500R001C50

-

Yes

SPU

NIP-SPU-A

03056394

Yes

-

V500R001C50

Yes

NIP-SPU-B

03057474

-

Yes

V500R001C50

Yes

NIP-SPU-A2

03058048

Yes

-

V500R001C80

Yes

Flexible Card LPU

LPUF-240

03057476

-

Yes

V500R001C50

Yes

LPUF-120

03057477

Yes

Yes

V500R001C50

Yes

Table 1-24  Mappings between SPUs and cards

SPU Card

BOM

SPU Mother Board

First Software Version Supporting the Board

Hot-swappable?

NIP-SPU-A

NIP-SPU-B

NIP-SPU-A2

NIP-SAC-A(2CPU)

03056395

Yes

-

-

V500R001C50

Yes

NIP-SAC-A

03057475

-

Yes

Yes

V500R001C50

Yes

NIP-IPS-B

03057468

Yes

Yes

-

V500R001C50

Yes

NIP-IPS-E-A

03057874

-

Yes

Yes

V500R001C80

Yes

NIP-IPS-E-B

03057875

-

Yes

Yes

V500R001C80

Yes

NIP-SAC-B

03058047

-

Yes

Yes

V500R001C80

Yes

Table 1-25  Mappings between FPIC LPUs and cards

FPIC LPU Card

BOM

FPIC LPU Mother Board

First Software Version Supporting the Board

Hot-swappable?

LPUF-240

LPUF-120

NIP-24XGE-SFP

03057469

Yes

Yes

V500R001C50

No

NIP-6X10G-SFP+

03057472

Yes

Yes

V500R001C50

No

NIP-12X10G-SFP+

03057473

Yes

Yes

V500R001C50

No

NIP-3X40G-QSFP+

03057471

Yes

Yes

V500R001C50

No

NIP-1X100G-CFP

03057470

Yes

Yes

V500R001C50

No

Board Structure

This section describes the structures of boards and cards.

Structure of the Integrated Board

The integrated board on the NIP6800 is a plug-in board and consists of a circuit board, connectors, upward and downward ejector levers, captive screws, and a bolt, as shown in Figure 1-20.

Figure 1-20  Structure of the integrated board

1. Ejector lever 2. Captive screw 3. Connector 4. Bolt
Structure of the Flexible Board

A flexible board consists of two parts:

  • Motherboard

  • Flexible subcard

The flexible board is a plug-in board and consists of the circuit board, connector, heat sinks, ejector lever, two subcard slots, and captive screws, as shown in Figure 1-21.

Figure 1-21  Structure of the flexible board

1. Ejector lever 2. Subcard slot 0 3. Subcard slot 1 4. Captive screw 5. Connector

The flexible subcard is a plug-in board and consists of the circuit board, connector, heat sinks, ejector lever, and captive screws, as shown in Figure 1-22.

Figure 1-22  Structure of the flexible subcard

1. Circuit board 2. Captive screw 3. Connector 4. Heat sinks

Rules for Numbering Slots and Interfaces

The section describes the rule for numbering board slots, card slots, and interfaces.

Board Slot Numbering

Slots are numbered in order from left to right and top to bottom.

For example, on the NIP6860, slot numbers start at 1 and go up to 8, as shown in Figure 1-23.

Figure 1-23  Slot layout on the NIP6860

Card Numbering
Slot numbers start from 0. For cards with subcards, if a card has only half-width subcards, the subcard slot numbers are 0 and 1, as shown in Figure 1-24.
Figure 1-24  Subcard slot numbering for cards with only half-width subcards

Interface Numbering

Interfaces are named using the format LPU slot/FPIC slot/interface number.

Interfaces are numbered alternating from right to left and top to bottom, beginning at 0.

Interfaces are arranged in one or two rows. Figure 1-25 shows how interfaces are numbered.

Figure 1-25  Interface numbers

For example, on the NIP6860, the LPU slot number is 7, the FPIC slot number is 1, and the interface number is 2. Therefore, the interface is named 7/1/2.

NOTE:

If the LPU is a fixed interface board, the FPIC slot number is considered 0.

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