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1.1 AUX
AUX: system auxiliary interface unit

1.1.1 Version Description


The available functional versions of the AUX board are TN11, TN15, TN16,
TN21, TN22, TN51, and TN52.

Mappings Between the Board and Equipment


The following provides the board(s) supported by the product. However, the
availability of the board(s) is subject to PCNs. For PCN information, contact
the product manager at your local Huawei office.

Product Board

OptiX OSN 8800 T64 Subrack TN51AUX/TN52AUX


OptiX OSN 8800 T32 Subrack TN51AUX/TN52AUX
OptiX OSN 8800 T16 Subrack TN16AUX
OptiX OSN 8800 Platform Subrack TN15AUX
OptiX OSN 6800 Subrack TN11AUX
OptiX OSN 3800 Chassis TN21AUX/TN22AUX

The TN52AUX board supports 1+1 protection only when it is used in an enhanced
OptiX OSN 8800 T64 or an enhanced OptiX OSN 8800 T32 subrack.

Type
The system provides two types of the TN11AUX. Table 21-43 lists the types
of the TN11AUX.

Table 1-1 Type description of the TN11AUX

Board Type Description


TN11AUX TN11AUX01 The TN11AUX01 board is
available in two types. One type
provides three jumpers and the
other type provides eight jumpers
to setting the subrack ID, which
ranges from 0 to 7.
TN11AUX02 Provides eight jumpers to set
subrack ID, which ranges from 0
to 31.
Differences Between Versions
 Function:
− The TN11AUX/TN15AUX board provides various auxiliary
interfaces and management interfaces. For detail, see 21.15.3
Functions and Features and 21.15.4 Working Principle and Signal
Flow. The TN11AUX01 board is available in two types. One type
provides three jumpers and the other type provides eight jumpers for
setting the subrack ID. There are eight jumpers inside the
TN11AUX02 board, which are used to set the subrack ID. The
TN15AUX board provides eight DIP switches for setting the subrack
ID. For detail, see 21.15.7 Jumper.
− The TN16AUX does not provide external interfaces. It provides the
inter-subrack management function. For details, see 21.15.3
Functions and Features and 21.15.4 Working Principle and Signal
Flow.
− The TN21AUX and TN22AUX boards are mainly used to provide
backup power supply, various auxiliary interfaces, and management
interfaces. For detail, see 21.15.3 Functions and Features and 21.15.4
Working Principle and Signal Flow. There are three jumpers inside
the TN21AUX board. There are eight jumpers inside the TN22AUX
board. For detail, see 21.15.7 Jumper.
− The TN51AUX/TN52AUX board does not provide external
interfaces. For detail, see 21.15.3 Functions and Features and 21.15.4
Working Principle and Signal Flow.
− The TN52AUX board supports 1+1 protection. For details, see
21.15.3 Functions and Features.
 Appearance:
− The board software status indicators of the TN21 and TN22 are
different. For details, see 21.15.5 Front Panel.
− Compared with other AUX boards, the TN51AUX/TN52AUX board
uses a different front panel. The front panel for the TN21AUX and
TN22AUX boards uses a different size from other AUX boards and
applies to case-shaped equipment. For details, see 21.15.5 Front
Panel and 21.15.8 AUX Specifications.
 Specification:
− The power consumption of the boards of different versions is
different. For details, see 21.15.8 AUX Specifications.

Substitution Relationship
Original Substitute Substitution Rules
Board Board

TN11AUX None -
TN15AUX None -
TN16AUX None -
TN21AUX TN22AUX If the SCC is the TN22SCC, upgrade the NE software to
OptiX OSN 3800 V100R004C01 or a later version.
TN22AUX None -
Original Substitute Substitution Rules
Board Board

TN51AUX TN52AUX When a TN51AUX board in a general OptiX OSN 8800 T64
or OptiX OSN 8800 T32 subrack is replaced with a
TN52AUX board, the logical board for the TN52AUX board
can be created as TN51AUX on the NMS. This substitution
does not require a board software upgrade. After the
substitution, the TN52AUX board provides only the
functions of the TN51AUX board.
When a TN51AUX board in an enhanced OptiX OSN 8800
T64 or OptiX OSN 8800 T32 subrack is replaced with a
TN52AUX board, the logical board for the TN52AUX board
must be created as TN52AUX on the NMS. This substitution
does not require a board software upgrade. After the
substitution, the TN52AUX board functions are available.
TN52AUX None -

1.1.2 Application
AUX board is a system control and communication unit.

1.1.3 Functions and Features


This section describes the functions and features of AUX boards.
For detailed functions and features of the TN11AUX board, refer to Table
21-44.

Table 1-2 Functions and features of the TN11AUX board


Function and Description
Feature

Basic function Provides the system with various auxiliary interfaces and
management interfaces.
Interface Provides the Ethernet communications interface and management
interface.
Provides the common and the emergent inter-subrack
communications interfaces
Setting of subrack Supported.
ID

For detailed functions and features of the TN15AUX board, refer to Table
21-45.
Table 1-3 Functions and features of the TN15AUX board

Function and Description


Feature

Basic function Implements inter-board and inter-subrack communication, and


intra-subrack management.
The TN15AUX board collects overheads of other boards and sends
the overheads to the SCC board. Then the SCC board processes the
overheads and sends the processed overheads to the TN15AUX
board. Subsequently, the TN15AUX board sends the processed
overheads back to the other boards.
Interface Provides Ethernet and management interfaces.
Provides common and emergency interfaces for inter-subrack
communication.

For detailed functions and features of the TN16AUX board, refer to Table
21-46.

Table 1-4 Functions and features of the TN16AUX board


Function and Description
Feature
Basic function Implements communication between boards or subracks and
inter-sburack management. Supports 1+1 protection.
The TN16AUX collects overhead information about other boards
and sends the information to the
TN16XCH/TN16SCC/TN16UXCM. After processing overhead
information, the TN16XCH/TN16SCC/TN16UXCM sends the
processed information to the TN16AUX. Then, the TN16AUX
sends the information to the other boards.
NOTE
In an OptiX OSN 8800 T16 subrack, two TN16AUX boards must be
configured if the IEEE 1588v2 function is required.

Interface Does not provide external interfaces.

For detailed functions and features of the TN21/TN22AUX board, refer to


Table 21-47.

Table 1-5 Functions and features of the TN21/TN22AUX board

Function and Description


Feature
Basic function Provides the system with backup power supplies as well as various
auxiliary and management interfaces.
Interface Provides the Ethernet communications interface and management
interface.
Provides the OAM interface for remote maintenance.
Function and Description
Feature
Provides the alarm channel for chassis indicators.
Power supply Provides the entire system with the 3.3 V integrated power supply
backup backup.
Alarm function Provides alarms on the failure of 3.3 V integrated backup power
supply, including over-voltage and under-voltage alarms.

For detailed functions and features of the TN51AUX board, refer to Table
21-48.

Table 1-6 Functions and features of the TN51AUX board

Function and Description


Feature
Basic function Implements communications between boards or subracks.
Interface Does not provide external interfaces.

For detailed functions and features of the TN52AUX board, refer to Table
21-49.

Table 1-7 Functions and features of the TN52AUX board

Function and Description


Feature

Basic function Implements communications between boards or subracks, and


supports 1+1 protection.
Interface Does not provide external interfaces.

1.1.4 Working Principle and Signal Flow


The AUX board consists of the CPU and control module, communication
module, and power supply module.
Figure 21-65 shows the functional modules and signal flow of the
TN11AUX/TN21AUX/TN22AUX/TN51AUX/TN52AUX board.
Figure 21-66 shows the functional modules and signal flow of the
TN15AUX/TN16AUX board.
Figure 1-1 Functional modules and signal flow of the
TN11AUX/TN21AUX/TN22AUX/TN51AUX/TN52AUX board

CPU and control


module

Power supply
module

Fuse Required Communication


voltage module

Backplane
DC power supply
from a backplane

Other boards

Figure 1-2 Functional modules and signal flow of the TN15AUX/TN16AUX


board

CPU and control module

Overhead
Power supply Monitoring Communication
processing
module module module
module
Fuse Required
voltage

Backplane
DC power supply
from a backplane
Other boards

Module Function
 CPU and control module
The CPU module implements the control, monitoring and management
of the communication module and detects the power supply at the same
time.
TN11AUX/TN15AUX/: The control module provides the subrack ID
and collects the alarms and performance events of each functional
module as well as the clock information.
TN16AUX: The control module collects the alarms and performance
events of each functional module as well as the clock information.
TN21AUX/TN22AUX: The control module collects the alarms and
performance events of each functional module as well as the clock
information.
TN51AUX/TN52AUX: The control module collects the alarms and
performance events of each functional module as well as the clock
information.
 Communication module

The TN16AUX board is connected to the EFI board through the backplane. The
interfaces as follows are provided on the EFI board.
The TN51AUX/TN52AUX board is connected to the EFI1 and EFI2 boards through
the backplane. The interfaces as follows are provided on the EFI1 and EFI2 boards.
− Provides the inter-board communication interface to connect the
service boards and the SCC. Implements the data communication
between boards.
− Provides the NM interface and the NM cascading interface that
connect the AUX and the NM terminal.
− TN11AUX/TN15AUX: Provides the common and the emergent
inter-subrack communication network interfaces.
TN21AUX/TN22AUX: Provides the OAM interface for remote
maintenance.
 Power supply module
TN11AUX: Converts the DC power supplied by the backplane into the
power required by each module on the board.
TN15AUX/TN16AUX/TN51AUX/TN52AUX: Converts the DC power
supplied by the backplane into the power required by each module on the
board.
TN21AUX/TN22AUX: Supplies power for the AUX. It also provides the
entire OptiX OSN 3800 system with 3.3 V integrated power backup to
protect the 3.3 V power supply of any board in the system.
 Overhead Processing module
− Collects overhead information about other boards and sends the
information to the TN16XCH/TN16SCC/TN16UXCM.
− Receives the processed overhead information from
TN16XCH/TN16SCC/TN16UXCM and sends the information to the
other boards.
 Monitoring module
Detects whether the boards are in position and reports alarms to the
U2000.

1.1.5 Front Panel


There are indicators on the front panel of the AUX board.

Appearance of the Front Panel


Figure 21-67 shows the front panel of the TN11AUX/TN15AUX board.
Figure 21-68 shows the front panel of the TN16AUX board.
Figure 21-69 shows the front panel of the TN21AUX/TN22AUX board.
Figure 21-70 shows the front panel of the TN51AUX/TN52AUX board.
Figure 1-3 Front panel of the TN11AUX/TN15AUX board

NM_ETH1
NM_ETH2
ETH1
ETH2

STAT
PROG

AUX

Figure 1-4 Front panel of the TN16AUX board

AUX

STAT
ACT
PROG SubRACK-ID
SRV
ALMC

RESET
LAMP TEST

ALM CUT
Figure 1-5 Front panel of the TN21AUX/TN22AUX board

STAT
PROG

NM_ETH1
NM_ETH2
EXT

AUX

Figure 1-6 Front panel of the TN51AUX/TN52AUX board

AUX

STAT
ACT
PROG
SRV

Indicators
There are two indicators on the front panel of the
TN11AUX/TN15AUX/TN21AUX/TN22AUX board.
There are five indicators on the front panel of the TN16AUX board.
There are four indicators on the front panel of the TN51AUX , and
TN52AUX board.
 Board hardware status indicator (STAT) - triple-colored (red, green,
yellow)
 Service active status indicator (ACT) - dual-colored (green, orange)
 Board software status indicator (PROG) - dual-colored (red, green)
 Service alarm indicator (SRV) - triple-colored (red, green, yellow)
 Alarm cut-off indicator (ALMC)- yellow

Only the ACT indicator of TN51AUX board supports the orange color.

For details about indicators on the board, see A.4 Board Indicators.

Interfaces
Table 21-50 lists the type and function of each interface of the TN11AUX
board.
The TN16AUX/TN51AUX/TN52AUX board does not provide external
interfaces.

Table 1-8 Types and functions of the interfaces on the TN11AUX board

Interface Type Function

NM_ETH1 RJ45  Using a network cable, the port connects the


network interface on the equipment to the U2000
server to enable the management of the U2000
over the equipment.
 Using a network cable, the port connects the
NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 network interface on one
NE to another NE for communication between
NEs.
NM_ETH2 RJ45  Using a network cable, the port connects the
network interface on the equipment to the U2000
server to enable the management of the U2000
over the equipment.
 Using a network cable, the port connects the
NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 network interface on one
NE to another NE for communication between
NEs.
ETH1 RJ45 Using a network cable, the port connects the
ETH1/ETH2/ETH3 interface on one subrack to the
other subracks for communication between the
master subrack and slave subracks.
ETH2 RJ45 Using a network cable, the port connects the
ETH1/ETH2/ETH3 interface on one subrack to the
other subracks for communication between the
master subrack and slave subracks.
Table 21-51 lists the type and function of each interface of the TN15AUX
board.

Table 1-9 Types and functions of the interfaces on the TN15AUX board

Interface Type Function


NM_ETH1 RJ45  Connects the network interface on the OptiX OSN
8800 platform through a network cable to that on
NM_ETH2 RJ45 the U2000 server to achieve the management of
the U2000 over the OptiX OSN 8800 platform.
 Connects to the external CRPC or ROP board of a
slave subrack using a network cable so that the
slave subrack can communicate with the CRPC or
ROP board.
ETH1 RJ45  Connects the ETH1/ETH2 interface on one
subrack through a network cable to such interfaces
ETH2 RJ45 on the other subracks to achieve the
communication between the master subrack and
slave subracks.
 Connects a network cable to a CRPC or ROP
board to achieve communication with the CRPC
or ROP board.

Table 21-52 lists the type and function of each interface of the
TN21AUX/TN22AUX board.

Table 1-10 Types and functions of the interfaces on the TN21AUX/TN22AUX


board

Interface Type Function


NM_ETH1 RJ45  Using a network cable, the port connects the
network interface on the equipment to the U2000
server to enable the management of the U2000
over the equipment.
 Using a network cable, the port connects the
NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 network interface on one
NE to another NE for communication between
NEs.
NM_ETH2 RJ45  Using a network cable, the port connects the
network interface on the equipment to the U2000
server to enable the management of the U2000
over the equipment.
 Using a network cable, the port connects the
NM_ETH1/NM_ETH2 network interface on one
NE to another NE for communication between
NEs.
EXT DB64 Provides the alarm input/output interface, cascading
interface, commissioning network interface and
management serial interface.
Buttons
Buttons are present on only the TN16AUX. For details on the buttons, see
Table 21-53.

Table 1-11 Functions of the buttons on the TN16AUX board

Button Function
RESET Used to perform a warm reset on the TN16AUX board.
ALM CUT Used to clear an audible alarm.
LAMP TEST Used to test all of the indicators.

LED
LED indicators are present on only the TN16AUX. For details on the LED
indicators, see Table 21-54.

Table 1-12 Function of the LED indicator on the TN16AUX board

LED indicator Function


SubRack-ID The LED on the front panel is used to indicate whether the subrack
is a master or slave subrack in the case of master/slave subrack
mode. "0" indicates the master subrack. "EE" indicates that the
subrack ID is incorrect or fails to be read. The other values indicate
slave subracks. For the values displayed on the LED, see Figure
21-71.
Figure 1-7 LED

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Error Hexadecimal subrack ID displayed in the LED

0 Decimal subrack ID

1.1.6 Valid Slots


One slot houses one AUX board.
Table 21-55 shows the valid slots for the TN11AUX board.

Table 1-13 Valid slots for the TN11AUX board

Product Slot

OptiX OSN 6800 subrack IU21

Table 21-56 shows the valid slots for the TN15AUX board.
Table 1-14 Valid slots for the TN15AUX board

Product Slot

OptiX OSN 8800 platform subrack IU21

Table 21-57 shows the valid slots for the TN16AUX board.

Table 1-15 Valid slots for the TN16AUX board

Product Slot

OptiX OSN 8800 T16 subrack IU21, IU22

Table 21-58 shows the valid slots for the TN21AUX/TN22AUX board.

Table 1-16 Valid slots for the TN21AUX/TN22AUX board

Product Slot

OptiX OSN 3800 chassis IU10

Table 21-59 shows the valid slots for the TN51AUX board.

Table 1-17 Valid slots for the TN51AUX board

Product Slot

General OSN 8800 T32 subrack IU41


Enhanced OptiX OSN 8800 T32 IU41
subrack
General OptiX OSN 8800 T64 IU72, IU83
subrack
Enhanced OptiX OSN 8800 T64 IU72, IU83
subrack

Table 21-60 shows the valid slots for the TN52AUX board.

Table 1-18 Valid slots for the TN52AUX board

Product Slot
General OptiX OSN 8800 T32 IU41
subrack
Enhanced OptiX OSN 8800 T32 IU41, IU43
subrack
General OptiX OSN 8800 T64 IU72, IU83
subrack
Product Slot
Enhanced OptiX OSN 8800 T64 IU72, IU73, IU83, IU84
subrack

1.1.7 Jumper
The TN11AUX01 board is available in two types. For one type there are three
jumpers and for the other type there are eight jumpers inside the board. There
are eight jumpers inside the TN11AUX02 board. There are eight DIP switches
inside the TN15AUX board.The jumpers and DIP switches are used to set the
subrack ID. There is no jumper inside the TN16AUX/TN51AUX/TN52AUX
board.

Jumper of TN11AUX
The SCC detects the subrack ID and identifies whether the subrack is a
primary or a secondary one. The result is indicated by the LED indicator of
the SCC front panel.
The TN11AUX01 board is available in two types. For one type there are three
jumpers and for the other type there are eight jumpers inside the board.
 For the TN11AUX01 board that has three jumpers inside, the jumpers
can be set in eight combinations, representing decimal values 0-7. The
default setting of the three jumpers is 000. The value 0 indicates the
master subrack, and the other values indicate slave subracks. Figure
21-72 shows the position of the three jumpers. When the two pins on the
right of each jumper are capped, the setting is 1; when the two pins on
the left of each jumper are capped, the setting is 0. As shown in Figure
21-72, the jumper setting represents the decimal value of 1, which means
that the subrack ID is 1.
 For the TN11AUX01 board that has eight jumpers inside, the J14, J15,
J16, J17, and J18, jumpers are reserved and the two pins on the left of
each reserved jumper must be capped. The J4, J3, and J2 jumpers can be
set in 8 combinations, representing decimal values 0-7. The default
setting of the three jumpers is 000. The value 0 indicates the master
subrack and the other values indicate slave subracks. Figure 21-73 shows
the position of the jumpers. When the two pins on the right of each of the
three jumpers are capped, the setting is 1; when the two pins on the left
of each of the three jumpers are capped, the setting is 0. As shown in
Figure 21-73, the jumper setting represents the decimal value of 1, which
means that the subrack ID is 1.
Figure 1-8 Position of the three jumpers on the TN11AUX01 board

Representing Representing Representing


0 0 1

1 2 3

Junper cap

Jumpers

1 2 3

CPU
Figure 1-9 Position of the eight jumpers on the TN11AUX01 board

Representing 0 Representing 0 Representing 1

J4 J3 J2
Representing 0 Representing 0 Representing0

J17 J16 J15


Representing 0 Representing0

Junper cap
J18 J14

J4 J3 J2

J17 J16 J15 Jumpers

J18 J14

CPU

The J14, J15, J16, J17, and J18 jumpers must be set as specified in Figure
21-73 .
Exercise caution when modifying the subrack ID, because the modification
may cause service interruption.

The TN11AUX02 board has eight jumpers, which can be used to implement
32 states that represent decimal values 0-31. Each jumper represents a binary
value: 0 or 1. In the TN11AUX02 board, the J14, J17, and J18 jumpers are
reserved. The default value of the five jumpers is 00000. "0" indicates the
master subrack. The other values indicate slave subracks. Figure 21-74 shows
the jumpers on the board.

Figure 1-10 Position of the jumper on the TN11AUX02 board

Representing 0 Representing 0 Representing 1

J4 J3 J2
Representing 0 Representing 0 Representing0

J17 J16 J15


Representing 0 Representing0

Junper cap
J18 J14

J4 J3 J2

J17 J16 J15 Jumpers

J18 J14

CPU

The J14, J17, and J18 jumpers must be set as specified in Figure 21-74.
Exercise caution when modifying the subrack ID, because the modification
may cause service interruption.
DIP Switches of the TN15AUX Board
The TN15AUX board has two DIP switches. The value set by each switch can
be 0 or 1 (in binary code). ID1–ID4 correspond to pins 1–4 on SW2 and
ID5–ID8 correspond to pins 1–4 on SW1. Only ID1–ID5 are valid. (ID6–ID8
are reserved.) From higher bits to lower bits are ID5–ID1, which can be set to
32 combinations and the default value is 00000. The value 0 indicates the
master subrack, and the other values indicate slave subracks. Figure 21-75
shows the position of the DIP switches on the TN15AUX board.
 When the DIP switch is toggled to ON, the value of the corresponding bit
is set to 0.
 As shown in Figure 21-75, values ID5–ID1 correspond to 00001 (in
binary code), which indicates that the subrack ID is 1 in decimal.

Figure 1-11 Positions of the DIP switches on the TN15AUX board

ON (ID1) ON (ID5)
ON (ID2) ON (ID6)
ON (ID3) ON (ID7)
ON (ID4) ON (ID8)

SW2 SW1

SW2

SW1

Jumper of TN21/TN22AUX
The TN21AUX has 3 jumpers. Figure 21-76 shows the jumpers.
The TN22AUX has 8 jumpers. Before the board is used, make sure that the
setting of the J4 jumper is the same as that shown in Figure 21-77.

Figure 1-12 Position of the jumper on the TN21AUX

CPU

Jumper
Figure 1-13 Position of the jumper on the TN22AUX

J4J11J10J21J20J19J23J22

Jumper

Jumper cap
8 (J4)

1.1.8 AUX Specifications


Specifications include dimensions, weight, and power consumption.

Mechanical Specifications
 Dimensions of the front panel:
− TN11AUX/TN15AUX: 25.4 mm (W) x 220 mm (D) x 107.6 mm (H)
(1.0 in. (W) x 8.7 in. (D) x 4.2 in. (H))
− TN16AUX: 76.2 mm (W) x 220 mm (D) x 80 mm (H) (3.0 in. (W) x
8.7 in. (D) x 3.1 in. (H))
− TN51AUX/TN52AUX: 25.4 mm (W) x 220 mm (D) x 107.5 mm (H)
(1.0 in. (W) x 8.7 in. (D) x 4.2 in. (H))
− TN21AUX: 25.4 mm (W) x 220 mm (D) x 118.9 mm (H) (1.0 in. (W)
x 8.7 in. (D) x 4.7 in. (H))
− TN22AUX: 25.4 mm (W) x 220 mm (D) x 118.9 mm (H) (1.0 in. (W)
x 8.7 in. (D) x 4.7 in. (H))
 Weight:
− TN11AUX/TN15AUX: 0.5 kg (1.1 lb.)
− TN16AUX: 0.6 kg (1.32 lb.)
− TN51AUX: 0.4 kg (0.88 lb.)
− TN52AUX: 0.4 kg (0.88 lb.)
− TN21AUX: 0.6 kg (1.32 lb.)
− TN22AUX: 0.5 kg (1.1 lb.)
Power Consumption
Board Typical Power Maximum Power
Consumption at 25°C Consumption at 55°C
(77°F) (W) (131°F) (W)

TN11AUX 12.0 17.0


TN15AUX 11.0 14.0
TN16AUX 16.5 19.2
TN21AUX 11.7 13.0
TN22AUX 15.0 17.0
TN51AUX 17.5 19.0
TN52AUX 15.0 20.0