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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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MPUs and SRUs

MPUs and SRUs

The MPU/SRU controls the system in a centralized manner and learns routing information. It is the of the system' control center.

NIP-MPU-X3

NIP-MPU-X3 is the NIP6830 MPU and is hot-swappable.

Mapping

Table 1-26 shows the mapping among the NIP-MPU-X3, chassis, and software version.

Table 1-26  Mapping relationship

Board

Mapping Chassis

Mapping Software Version

NIP-MPU-X3

NIP6830

V500R001C50 and later

Panel

Figure 1-26 shows the NIP-MPU-X3.

Figure 1-26  NIP-MPU-X3

NOTE:

This MPU uses a USB storage device that is installed on the PCB and is irreplaceable. To be compatible with the MPUs that use CF cards as storage devices, the USB storage device is displayed as a CF card during file operations and as USB during MPU restart.

Number

Name

Description

1

OFL indicator (red)

Steady on: You can remove the board.

2

OFL button

To remove a board, press and hold the button for six seconds until the OFL indicator turns on.

NOTE:

This button takes effect only on the slave MPU.

3

RUN indicator (green)

  • Blinks every two seconds (0.5 Hz): The system is working properly.

  • Blinks twice each second (2 Hz): The system is in the alarm state.

4

ALM indicator (red)

  • Steady on: The system is in the alarm state.

  • Off: The system is working properly.

5

ACT active/standby indicator (green)

  • Steady on: The MPU is in the active state.

  • Off: The MPU is in the standby state.

6

RESET button

The button is used for resetting the MPU. If you press the RESET button, you can reset the MPU.

7

MGMT-ETH LINK indicator (green) (on Ethernet network interfaces)

  • Steady on: The link is normal.

  • Off: The link is Down.

8

MGMT-ETH interface (10M/100M/1000M Base-TX auto-sensing)

It connects to the NMS workstation and has LINK and ACT indicators.

9

MGMT-ETH ACT indicator (amber) (on Ethernet interfaces)

  • Blinking: Data is being transmitted.

  • Off: No data is being transmitted.

10

Console interface

It connects to the console for on-site configuration of the system.

11

AUX interface

It connects to the Modem for remote maintenance through dialing.

12

CLK

They are reserved to input or output clock signals.

13

TOD

Interface Attributes

Table 1-27 lists the attributes of the 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T-RJ45 interfaces.

Table 1-27  10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T-RJ45 interface attributes

Attribute

Description

Connector type

RJ45

Operation mode

10M/100M/1000M auto-sensing interfaces, supporting full-duplex mode

Standards compliance

IEEE 802.3-2002

Cable specification

Category 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cables recommended when the interface rate is 10 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s; super category 5 Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cables recommended when the interface rate is 1000 Mbit/s

Table 1-28 lists the console interface attributes.

Table 1-28  Console interface attributes

Attribute

Description

Connector type

RJ45

Operation mode

Duplex Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART)

Electrical attribute

RS-232

Baud rate

9600 bit/s (default value), adjustable

Data equipment type

Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE)

Cable specification

8-core shielded cable

Table 1-29 lists the AUX interface attributes.

Table 1-29  AUX interface attributes

Attribute

Description

Connector Type

RJ45

Operation mode

Duplex UART

Electrical attribute

RS-232

Baud rate

9600 bit/s (default value), adjustable

Data equipment type

Data Terminal Equipment (DTE)

Cable specification

8-core shielded cable

Technical Specifications

Table 1-30 lists the technical specifications of the NIP-MPU-X3.

Table 1-30  Technical specifications of the NIP-MPU-X3

Item

Specifications

Board silkscreen name

MPU

NIP-MPU-X3

Part number

03056393

Dimensions (width x depth x height)

198.5 mm x 551 mm x 40 mm

Typical power consumption

32 W

Maximum power consumption

35.2 W

Typical heat consumption

109.2 BTU/hour

Maximum heat consumption

120.1 BTU/hour

Board weight

1.7 kg

NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200

NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200 is the NIP6860 SRU. NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200 integrates a main control unit and a switch fabric unit for data switching and is hot-swappable.

Mapping

Table 1-31 shows the mapping among the NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200, chassis, and software version.

Table 1-31  Mapping relationship

Board

Mapping Chassis

Mapping Software Version

NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200

NIP6860

V500R001C50 and later

Panel

Figure 1-27 shows NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200.

Figure 1-27  NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200

Number

Name

Description

1

OFL button

To remove a board, press and hold the button for six seconds until the OFL indicator turns on.

NOTE:

This button works only on the standby SRU.

2

OFL indicator (red)

Steady on: You can remove the board.

3

RUN indicator (green)

  • Blinks every 2 seconds (0.5 Hz): The system is working properly.

  • Blinks twice each second (2 Hz): The system is in the alarm state.

4

ALM indicator (red)

  • Steady on: The system is in the alarm state.

  • Off: The system is working properly.

5

ACT active/standby indicator (green)

  • Steady on: The SRU is in the active state.

  • Off: The SRU is in the standby state.

6

RESET button

The button is used for resetting the SRU. If you press the RESET button, the SRU resets.

7

USB interface

It is not used and reserved.

8

CF ACT indicator (green)

  • On: The CF card is in position.

  • Blinking: Data is being read or written.

  • Off: The CF card is not in position or can be removed.

9

CF SLOT2

SRUs of the NIP6860 have two CF cards numbered CF card 1 and CF card 2.

CF card 1 lies on the circuit board of the SRU and stores system files and configuration files. CF card 2 lies on the panel of the SRU and stores logs and alarms.

10

CF OFL button

If you press the CF OFL button, all operations on the CF card will be ended, and the CF card will be powered off.

11

CTL-ETH-SFP0 interface (1000MBase-X)

It is reserved for use after capacity expansion.

12

SFP0 LINK/ACT indicator (green)

  • Steady on: The link is normal.

  • Blinking: Data is being transmitted.

13

CTL-ETH-SFP1 interface (1000MBase-X)

It is reserved for use after capacity expansion.

14

SFP1 LINK/ACT indicator (green)

  • Steady on: The link is normal.

  • Blinking: Data is being transmitted.

15

MGMT-ETH LINK indicator (green) (on Ethernet network interfaces)

  • Steady on: The link is normal.

  • Off: The link is Down.

16

MGMT-ETH interface (10M/100M/1000M Base-TX auto-sensing)

It connects to the NMS workstation and has LINK and ACT indicators.

17

MGMT-ETH ACT indicator (amber) (on Ethernet interfaces)

  • Blinking: Data is being transmitted.

  • Off: No data is being transmitted.

18

Console interface

It connects to the console for on-site configuration of the system.

19

AUX interface

It connects to the Modem for remote maintenance through dialing.

20

CLK/TOD0

They are reserved to input or output clock signals.

21

CLK/TOD1

22

CLK/1PPS

23

CLK/Serial

Interface Attributes

Table 1-32 lists the 1000MBase-X-SFP interface attributes.

Table 1-32  1000MBase-X-SFP interface attributes

Attribute

Description

Connector type

SFP

Operation mode

1000M fiber

Standards compliance

IEEE 802.3-2002

Cable specification

Single-mode or multi-mode fibers

Table 1-33 lists the attributes of the 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T-RJ45 interfaces.

Table 1-33  10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T-RJ45 interface attributes

Attribute

Description

Connector type

RJ45

Operation mode

10M/100M/1000M auto-sensing interfaces, supporting full-duplex mode

Standards compliance

IEEE 802.3-2002

Cable specification

Category 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cables recommended when the interface rate is 10 Mbit/s or 100 Mbit/s; super category 5 Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cables recommended when the interface rate is 1000 Mbit/s

Table 1-34 lists the console interface attributes.

Table 1-34  Console interface attributes

Attribute

Description

Connector type

RJ45

Operation mode

Duplex Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART)

Electrical attribute

RS-232

Baud rate

9600 bit/s (default value), adjustable

Data equipment type

Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE)

Cable specification

8-core shielded cable

Table 1-35 lists the AUX interface attributes.

Table 1-35  AUX interface attributes

Attribute

Description

Connector Type

RJ45

Operation mode

Duplex UART

Electrical attribute

RS-232

Baud rate

9600 bit/s (default value), adjustable

Data equipment type

Data Terminal Equipment (DTE)

Cable specification

8-core shielded cable

Technical Specifications

Table 1-36 lists the technical specifications of the NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200.

Table 1-36  Technical specifications of the NIP6800-X8-SRUA-200

Item

Specifications

Board silkscreen name

SRUA

Part number

03057478

Dimensions (width x depth x height)

398.5 mm x 554 mm x 35 mm

Typical power consumption

149 W

Maximum power consumption

160 W

Typical heat consumption

508.4 BTU/hour

Maximum heat consumption

545.9 BTU/hour

Board weight

4.8 kg

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