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Configuration of a Subrack and Principles

for Installing Boards


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4.4.7.1 Configuration of a Subrack and Principles for Installing Boards

4.4.7.1 Configuration of a Subrack and


Principles for Installing Boards
This section describes the configuration of a subrack and principles for installing boards.

Configuration of a Subrack

BSC6910 subrack configuration includes the typical configuration of the MPS and EPS.

Configuration of the MPS

The MPS is configured in the MPR. Each BSC6910 cabinet must be configured with one MPS.

The boards that can be installed in the MPS are the EOMUa, ESAUa, SCUb, GCUa/GCUb/GCGa/GCGb, EGPUa,
EXOUa, FG2c, and GOUc/GOUe. Figure 1 and Figure 2 show the configuration of the MPS.

Figure 1 Configuration of the MPS (Configured with SCUb)

Figure 2 Configuration of the MPS (Configured with SCUc)

NOTE:

The INT1 board (interface board) can be the INT2, EXOUa board.

The INT2 board (interface board) can be the FG2c, GOUc/GOUe, AOUc, UOIc board.

If customers have also purchased the Huawei Nastar product, they need to install active and standby SAU
boards in the MPS or EPS of the BSC6910 cabinet. For details on how to install SAU software and maintain the
SAU board, see the Nastar document SAU User Guide.
The preceding figures are for your reference only. Site planning should be performed based on the actual
conditions and complies with the principles provided in BSC6910 Configuration Principles.

Configuration of the EPS

The EPS is configured in the MPR or EPR.

The boards that can be installed in the EPS are the ESAUa, SCUb, EGPUa, EXOUa, FG2c, and GOUc/GOUe.
Figure 3 and Figure 4 show the configuration of the EPS.

Figure 3 Configuration of the EPS (Configured with SCUb)

Figure 4 Configuration of the EPS (Configured with SCUc)

NOTE:

The INT1 board (interface board) can be the INT2, EXOUa board.

The INT2 board (interface board) can be the FG2c, GOUc/GOUe, AOUc, UOIc board.

If customers have also purchased the Huawei Nastar product, they need to install active and standby SAU
boards in the MPS or EPS of the BSC6910 cabinet. For details on how to install SAU software and maintain the
SAU board, see the Nastar document SAU User Guide.

The preceding figures are for your reference only. Site planning should be performed based on the actual
conditions and complies with the principles provided in BSC6910 Configuration Principles.

Principles for Installing Boards

Boards must be installed according to the following principles:

Switching Board

SCUb/SCUc boards must be installed in slots 20 and 21.

Clock Board

GCUa, GCUb, GCGa, GCGb boards must be installed in slots 14 and 15 in the MPS.

OM Board

EOMUa boards can be installed in slots 0, 2, 4, 6, 10, 12, 25 and 27 in the MPS. It is
recommended that EOMUa boards be installed in slots 10 and 12 of the MPS subrack.
The ESAUa can be installed in slots other than SCUb, SCUc, GCUa, GCUb, GCGa, and GCGb. A
maximum of two ESAUa boards can be configured. It is recommended that the ESAUa be installed in slots
0, 1, 2, and 3 in the MPS.

Service Processing Board

The EGPUa boards of the RMP logical type are installed in slots 8 and 9 in the MPS.

EGPUa boards can be installed in slots other than those for the SCUb/SCUc,
GCUa/GCUb/GCGa/GCGb, and EOMUa/ESAUa boards. EGPUa boards are preferentially installed in slots
0 to 13.

Interface Board

Interface boards must be installed in the rear slots of a subrack to facilitate cable layout.

The FG2c, GOUc/GOUe boards support large throughput. The boards are preferentially installed
in slots 16 to 19 and 22 to 25. If these slots are occupied, the boards can be installed in slots 14 to 15 and 26
to 27.The IuPS interface boards that carry IP transmission are preferentially installed in slots 16 to 19 and 22
to 25.

The AOUc, UOIc boards support small throughput. The boards are preferentially installed in slots
14 to 15 and 26 to 27. If these slots are occupied, the boards can be installed in slots 16 to 19 and 22 to 25.

If the SCU board in a subrack is SCUb, the EXOUa board must be installed in slots 16 to 19 and
22 to 25 in the subrack. If the SCU board in the subrack is SCUc, the EXOUa board in the basic subrack can
be installed in slots 16 to 19 and 22 to 27, and the EXOUa board in the extension subrack can be installed in
slots 14 to 19 and 22 to 27.

Data Processing Board

The DEUa board can be installed in slots other than those for the SCUb/SCUc or
GCUa/GCUb/GCGa/GCGb board. It is recommended that the DEUa board be installed in a slot among slots
0 to 13.

Parent topic: Boards