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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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Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables

Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables

This section describes the engineering labels for trunk cables, including the labels for the cables between devices and the labels for the cables between a device and an MDF.

There are two types of labels for trunk cables:

  • Labels for the cables between devices. For example, the label for the cable between a trunk board and a built-in transmission device and the label for the cable between two trunk boards. Attach labels to both ends of the cable to indicate the locations of the cable on both devices or on both trunk boards of a device.
  • Labels for the cables between the device and a DDF. Attach labels to both ends of the cable to indicate the locations of the cable on the device and DDF.

The trunk cables are 75Ω/120Ω E1 cable, 100Ω T1 cable, 34M, 45M, 140M, and 155M cables, and 120Ω to 75Ω trunk cables.

Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables Between Devices

Label Interpretation

Table 4-25 describes the engineering labels for trunk cables between devices.

Table 4-25  Contents of engineering labels for trunk cables between devices

Content

Meaning

Example

MN-B-C-D-R/T

MN: cabinet number

A01.

B: chassis number

Numbered bottom to top with two digits, such as 01.

C: physical slot number

Numbered left to right and top to bottom with two digits, such as 01.

D: interface number

Numbered top to bottom and left to right with two digits, such as 01.

R: optical receiving interface, T: optical transmit interface.

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MN-B-C-D-R/T

MN: cabinet number

A01.

B: chassis number

Numbered bottom to top with two digits, such as 01.

C: physical slot number

Numbered left to right and top to bottom with two digits, such as 01.

D: interface number

Numbered top to bottom and left to right with two digits, such as 01.

R: optical receiving interface

T: optical transmit interface

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Label Example

Figure 4-55 shows an example of a label for trunk cables between devices.

Figure 4-55  Example of engineering labels for trunk cables between devices

The labels in Figure 4-55 are described as follows:

  • "G01-01-05-01-T" indicates that the local end of the trunk cable is connected to transmitting interface 01 on slot 05, chassis 01 in the cabinet in row G, column 01 in the equipment room.
  • "D02-01-01-01-R" indicates that the opposite end of the trunk cable is connected to receiving interface 01 on slot 01, chassis 01 in the cabinet in row D, column 02 in the equipment room.

Engineering Labels for Trunk Cables Between the Device and a DDF

Label Interpretation

Table 4-26 describes the engineering labels for trunk cables between the device and a DDF.

Table 4-26  Contents of the labels for trunk cables between the device and a DDF

Content

Meaning

Example

MN-B-C-D-R/T

MN: cabinet number

A01.

B: chassis number

Numbered bottom to top with two digits, such as 03.

C: physical slot number

Numbered left to right and top to bottom with two digits, such as 01.

D: interface number

01.

R: optical receiving interface

T: optical transmit interface

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DDF-MN-B-C-D/R/T

MN: row number and column number of a DDF

M: The rows of cabinets from front to back are labeled from A to Z. N: The columns of cabinets from left to right are numbered from 01 to 99. G01 is the DDF of row G and column 01.

B: row number of the terminal device

Range: 01 to 99, such as 01-01.

C: row number of the terminal device

DDF-MN-B-C-D/R/T

R: optical receiving interface

T: optical transmit interface

Usually, a DDF is marked "A" or "B."

A: indicates that the DDF terminal is connected to an optical network device.

B: indicates that the DDF terminal is connected to a switching device.

Label Example

Figure 4-56 shows an example of a label for trunk cables between the device and a DDF.

Figure 4-56  Engineering labels for trunk cables between the device and a DDF

The labels in Figure 4-56 are described as follows:

  • "A01-03-01-01-R" indicates that the local end of the trunk cable is connected to receiving interface 01 on slot 01, chassis 03 in the cabinet in row A, column 01 in the equipment room.
  • "DDF-G01-01-01-AR" indicates that the opposite end of the trunk cable is connected to the receiving interface in row 01, column 01 of the DDF in row G, column 01 in the equipment room.
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