Is possible to configure AR28-AR49 routers with the following R2 inter-register signaling:
R2-Compelled � When a tone-pair is sent from the switch (forward signal), the tones stay on until the remote end responds/ACK back with a pair of tones that signals the switch to turn off the tones. The tones are compelled to stay on until they are turned off.
R2-Non-Compelled � The tone-pairs are sent (forward signal), as pulses so they stay on for a short duration. Responses (backward signals) to the switch (Group B) are sent as pulses. There are no Group A signals in non-compelled signaling.
R2-Semi-Compelled � Forward tone-pairs are sent as compelled. Responses (backward signals) to the switch are sent as pulses. It is the same as compelled, except that the backward signals are pulsed instead of continuous.
Configure R2 Compelled inter-register signaling on the other side.
About this question if this commands are supported by Huawei Routers, let me tell you only one is supported. These are Cxxx commands and there is nothing similar for Huawei.
- Compelled Register Signaling
The only command supported by Huawei, is this: group-b enable
- R2 Non Compelled Register Signaling
- R2 Semi Compelled Register Signaling