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What's the difference between H02GPBD and H05GPBD?


H802GPBD Board
The H802GPBD is an 8-port GPON OLT Interface Board. It works together with the optical network terminal (ONU) to provide GPON access services.
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The H805GPBD is an 8-port GPON OLT Interface Board. It works with the optical network terminal (ONU) to provide GPON access service.
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What boards are applicable on OSN7500?


List of Cross-Connect Boards and System Control Boards T1PSXCSA,T2PSXCSA Super dual-plane cross-connect and synchronous timing board N4GSCC,N6GSCC System Control and Communication Board List of Packet Processing Boards N1PEX2 2-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet switching processing board N2PEX1 1x10GE Ethernet processing board N1PEG8 8-port Gigabit Ethernet switching processing board List of http://www.thunder-link.com/HUAWEI-OPTIX-OSN7500_p554.htmlPacket Interface Boards N1CQ1 4-port channelized STM-1 CES optical interface board N1PEFF8 8-port FE optical interface board N1PETF8 8xFE electrical interface board N1MD12 Multi-protocol 32xE1 interface board (120 ohms) N1MD75 Multi-protocol 32xE1 interface board (75 ohms) List of EoD Boards N1EDQ41
4-port 622/155 Mbit/s SDH optical interface Ethernet dual-mode multi-function processing board List of SDH boards N4SLD64> 2xSTM-64 optical
interface board N1SLD64 2xSTM-64 optical interface board N4SFD64 2xSTM-64 optical interface board with
the FEC function T2SL64, T2SL64A 1xSTM-64 optical interface board N1SF64, N1SF64A,
N4SF64 1xSTM-64 optical interface board
(with the forward error correction
(FEC) function) N1SL64 1xSTM-64 optical interface board N4SL64 1xSTM-64 optical interface board N4SLO16 8xSTM-16 optical interface board N1SLO16 8xSTM-16 optical interface board N4SLQ16 4xSTM-16 optical interface board N1SLQ16, N2SLQ16 4xSTM-16 optical interface board N3SL16, N3SL16A 1xSTM-16 optical interface board N1SL16, N1SL16A,
N2SL16, N2SL16A 1xSTM-16 optical interface board N1SF16 1xSTM-16 optical interface board
(with the outband FEC function) N1SF16E 1xSTM-16 optical interface board
(with the outband EFEC function) N3SLH41 16xSTM-4/STM-1 optical interface board N3SLQ41 4xSTM-4/STM-1 optical interface board N1SLQ4, N2SLQ4 4xSTM-4 optical interface board N1SLQ4A 4xSTM-4 optical interface board N1SLD4, N2SLD4,
N1SLD4A 2xSTM-4 optical interface board N1SL4, N2SL4,
N1SL4A 1xSTM-4 optical interface board N1SLH1 16xSTM-1 signal processing board N1SLT1 12xSTM-1 optical interface board N1EU08 8xSTM-1 electrical interface board N1OU08 8xSTM-1 optical/electrical
interface board (LC) N2OU08 8xSTM-1 optical interface board (SC) N2SLO1, N3SLO1 8xSTM-1 optical interface board N1SLQ1, N2SLQ1 4xSTM-1 optical interface board N1SLQ1A 4xSTM-1 optical interface board N1SEP1 2xSTM-1 line processing board when interfaces
are available on the front panel
8xSTM-1 line processing board when interfaces are
available on the corresponding interface board N1SL1, N2SL1,
N1SL1A 1xSTM-1 optical interface board List of PDH board N2SPQ4 4xE4/STM-1 electrical processing board N1MU04 4xE4/STM-1 electrical interface board N2PQ3 12xE3/T3 service processing board N1D34S 6xE3/T3 electrical switching interface board N1C34S 3xE3/T3 electrical switching interface board N1PD3, N2PD3 6xE3/T3 service processing board N1PL3, N2PL3 3xE3/T3 service processing board N1PL3A, N2PL3A 3xE3/T3 service processing board
(Interfaces are available on the front panel.) N1PQ1 63xE1 service processing board N2PQ1 63xE1 service processing board N1PQM 63xE1/T1 service processing board N1D12B 32xE1/T1 electrical switching interface board N1D12S 32xE1/T1 electrical switching
interface board (120 ohms) N1D75S 32xE1 electrical switching
interface board (75 ohms) N1PFL1 8xE1 optical processing board N1TSB8 8-port electrical switching interface board N1DX1 DDN service accessing and converging board N3DX1 DDN service accessing and converging board N1DXA DDN service converging and processing board N1DM12 DDN service interface board List of EoS boards N1EFT8 8xFE/16xFE transparent transmission board N2EFT8 8xFE/16xFE transparent transmission board N1EFT8A 8xFE transparent transmission board N2EFT8A 8xFE transparent transmission board N1EFS0A 16xFE switching and processing board N2EFS0, N4EFS0,
N5EFS0 8xFE switching and processing board N1EFS4, N2EFS4,
N3EFS4 4xFE switching and processing board N1EAS2 2x10GE Layer 2 switching and
processing board N3EAS2 2x10GE Layer 2 switching and
processing board N1EGSH 16xGE switching and processing board N1EMS4 4xGE and 16xFE switching and
processing board N1EMS2 2xGE and 16xFE switching and
processing board N1EGS4, N3EGS4 4xGE switching and processing board N1EGT2, N2EGT2 2xGE transparent transmission board N2EGS2, N3EGS2 2xGE switching and processing board N1EFF8 8x100M Ethernet optical interface board N1EFF8A 8x100M Ethernet optical interface board N1ETF8 8x100M Ethernet twisted-pair interface board N1ETF8A 8x100M Ethernet twisted-pair interface board N1ETS8 8x10/100M Ethernet twisted pair
interface switching board List of ATM boards N1ADL4, N1IDL4 1xSTM-4 ATM service processing board N1ADQ1, N1IDQ1 4xSTM-1 ATM service processing board List of RPR boards N2EGR2 2xGE ring processing board N2EMR0 12xFE and 1xGE ring processing board List of SAN/Video Boards N1VST4 4-port video service transparent
transmission board N1MST4 4-port multi-service transparent transmission board List of Auxiliary Boards T1EOW Orderwire processing board T1AUX System auxiliary interface board N1FANA Fan board (high power) Lost of WDM board TN11CMR2 2-channel optical add/drop multiplexing board N1CMD2 2-channel bidirectional optical multiplexer and demultiplexer board TN11CMR4 4-channel optical add/drop multiplexing board N1MR2C 2-channel optical add/drop multiplexing board TN11MR2 2-channel optical add/drop multiplexing board N1LWX Arbitrary bit rate wavelength conversion board TN11MR4 4-channel optical add/drop multiplexing board N1FIB Filter isolating board N1MR2A 2-channel optical add/drop multiplexing board List of Optical Amplifier Boards and Dispersion Compensation Board N1BPA One-channel power amplifier and one-channel pre-amplifier board N2BPA One-channel power amplifier and one-channel pre-amplifier board N1COA, 61COA,
62COA Case-shaped optical amplifier N1DCU Dispersion compensation board N2DCU Dispersion compensation board TN11OBU1 Optical booster amplifier board TN12OBU2 Optical booster amplifier board N1BA2 Two-channel power amplifier board N1RPC01 Forward Raman driving board (external) N1RPC02 Backward Raman driving board (external) List of power boards UPM Uninterruptible power module T1PIU Power interface board (supporting standard subracks) T1PIUB Power interface board (supporting type III subracks) Huawei osn 7500 MSTP transmission sytem Thunder link com

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What is a network card?


Wikipedia says:
A network interface controller (also known as a network interface card, network adapter, LAN adapter and by similar terms) is a computer hardware component that connects a computer to a computer network.[1]

Early network interface controllers were commonly implemented on expansion cards that plugged into a computer bus; the low cost and ubiquity of the Ethernet standard means that most newer computers have a network interface built into the motherboard.

Feb 14, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I am trying to connect a Mac ibook to my cable modem


Use Network preferences to verify your TCP/IP settings and that Built-in Ethernet is your primary network interface. Follow these steps if you are using Mac OS X v10.5:
  1. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
  2. From the View menu, choose Network
  3. Be sure that "Built-in Ethernet" has not the status Inactive listed below the entry in the list of network ports.
  4. Make sure Built-in Ethernet is the selected, or primary, network interface: Click the action button (gear icon) below the list of network port and choose "Set Service Order...".Services can be dragged to change order. Services are listed with descending priority.
  5. Select a network port in the list of port to configure it.
  6. Click Advanced..., then click the TCP/IP tab.
  7. Follow your ISP's instructions for setting up this pane. For more information, see Mac OS X: How to Connect to the Internet With Cable or DSL.
  8. Click OK when finished.
  9. If you have made any changes, click Apply Now.
If you are using Mac OS X 10.4
  1. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
  2. From the View menu, choose Network.
  3. Choose Active Network Ports from the Show pop-up menu.
  4. Be sure that the checkbox for "Built-in Ethernet" is selected.
  5. Drag Built-in Ethernet to the top of the Port Configurations list to make it the preferred, or primary, network interface.
  6. Choose "Built-in Ethernet" from the "Show" pop-up menu.
  7. Click TCP/IP.
  8. Follow your ISP's instructions for setting up this pane. For more information, see Mac OS X: How to Connect to the Internet With Cable or DSL.
  9. If you have made any changes, click Apply Now.

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My LAN connection from my Dlink wireless router does not work with my computer? It does work when I bypass the router.


Some ISPs (Internet Service Providers) require you to "register" the 12-character MAC-address of a network device, such as the router's WAN interface, or the computer's network interface, before you can use the ISP's network.

Telephone your ISP, and ask them for "support".

Jan 10, 2011 | D-Link Xtreme N DIR-655 Wireless Router

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I have a yellow machine p400t and i need to give it a static IP address and do this through a linksys router. how do i go about this? do i need to attach it to a computer?


Yes, it must be attached to the network 0. Install the yellow machine software on the PC 1.Log on to the Yellow Machine Manager. Go to “Logging On To Yellow Machine Manager” on page 8. 2.From the Yellow Machine Manager, click Network > Network Interfaces. The Network Interfaces window appears. 3.Click Edit. 4.Select Yes to Enable LAN Interface. Default: Yes (Enabled) • If you select No, all other LAN option fields are blocked. • If you disable the LAN Interface, the only access to the Yellow Machine appliance is through the WAN port. Anthology Solutions does not recommend this configuration. 5.Check Enable DHCP Service if the DHCP service is needed for the PCs attached to the Yellow Machine appliance’s LAN ports. This setting makes the Yellow Machine appliance the DHCP server for your LAN (or sub-network), providing IP addresses dynamically for the clients connected to the LAN ports. Default: Checked (Disabled) 6.Select either Obtain IP Address Automatically from DHCP Server, or Static IP Address. Default: Static IP Address • Choose Obtain IP Address Automatically from DHCP Server if your Yellow Machine appliance connects to either a router that has DHCP service enabled or to a cable modem. This setting makes the Yellow Machine appliance a DHCP client on your network. • Obtain IP Address from ADSL provider is greyed out. • Choose Static IP Address if your network is locally defined and controlled and does not use DHCP services. Type the IP address manually. 7.Specify IP address and Subnet mask if you selected a Static IP Address, and click Apply. 8.Click Yes to confirm, No to abort. The changes takes affect within five seconds after the network interface change notice appears.

Jan 26, 2010 | Anthology Solutions Yellow Machine P400T...

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RHEL 5.3 fails to boot at "bringing up interface"


I found the solution.
Take in accunt that I'm a total newbie on Linux boxes.

1 - Previous to any change, following RH deployment guide, I backed up the network config on a file called "network-config-10.1.1.5" with:
"system-config-network-cmd -e > /root/network-config-10.1.1.5"

2 - After the Server refuses to complete boot sequence, I rebooted the server and entered on interactive mode pressing "I" just after RHEL splash.

3 - Then I accept all options with "Y" but "Bring up interface bond0".
Then hit "C" to complete boot sequence.

4 - Login normally as root and revert the changes with:
"system-config-network-cmd -i -c -f /root/network-config-10.1.1.5"

5 - Reboot the server and all return to normal.

Oct 07, 2009 | HP ProLiant DL360 G5 Server

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Pls. help us,how can we used land cord to connect printer konica 7035 to computer. we already down load a driver from internet . we try many times to check sa IP address and test print but still we cannt...


Using arp command (UNIX)
From UNIX you can use the arp command to assign the IP address to the network interface card.
Perform the following procedure:
1. Turn off the print controller and the main body printer.
2. Log in as superuser on a host on the same subnet as the network interface card. However, if
the server resides on another subnet, complete this procedure to store the IP address in the
network interface card.
3. Find the MAC address of the network interface card. The address is printed on the Status Page
each time you turn on the print controller and the main body printer.
4. Edit the hosts file (usually /etc/hosts) or use NIS or DIS to add IP address and node name of
the network interface card. See the network administrator for the IP address. For example, a
network interface card with a name of printfast and an IP address of 192.9.200.200 has the
entry:
192.9.200.200 printfast
5. Add an entry to the arp cache for IP address and Mac address of the network interface card,
as:
arp -s 192.9.200.200 0:40:c8:0:0:ff
RS6000 (AIX) requires the ether option after arp -s. For example:
arp -s ether 192.9.200.200 0:40:c8:0:0:ff
6. Check the print controller and the main body printer to see that the network interface card is connected
to the network. Turn on the print controller and the main body printer.
7. Send a ping command to the network interface card to verify it is running on the network, as
for example:
ping 192.9.200.200 or ping printfast
The network interface card will not respond to this ping command but it will read its IP address
from the packets.
8. Turn off the print controller and the main body printer and back on again and then send the
ping command again to verify that the network interface card obtained its IP address. A confirmation
message displays as:
192.9.200.200 is alive
9. Remove the entry from the arp cache using the following command. Specify the network
interface card either by its IP address or by its name, for example:
arp -d printfast
Konica Network Interface Card INSTRUCTION MANUAL 2-5
Chapter 2 Setting Up the Network Interface Card
Using MAP
By using MAP (Management Access Program) included the CD-ROM that comes with the network
interface card, you can automatically identify the network interface card on the network and set it up
for TCP/IP by using Web Utilities. To use this method to assign the IP address to the network interface
card, the following procedure should be performed on computers in advance:
• TCP/IP correctly configured
• IPX/SPX-compatible protocol installed
• MAP installed and MAP setup correctly executed
About how to set up TCP/IP and how to install IPX/SPX-compatible protocol, refer to Windows Help
menus for example. For MAP, refer to “Using MAP (Management Access Program)” in this chapter.
To change an IP address already assigned to a network interface card, you can not use the
arp command. Use Web Utilities instead. These methods also allow you to set up subnet
mask and default gateway, etc.
Using NIManage
Refer to “Chapter 7 AppleTalk Configuration”.
 Accessing Web Utilities
The network interface card is provided with an HTTP server having Web Utilities. By accessing this server,
you can change settings of the printing system. There are two ways to access Web Utilities, through a Web
Browser, either through Netscape Navigator, version 4.x or greater or through Internet Explorer, version 4.x
or greater.
• Use MAP to have the network interface card on the networks identified automatically, thereby accessing
Web Utilities.
• Use a Web Browser to type the IP address assigned to the network interface card, and thereby access
the Web Utilities. For example:
http://192.168.0.128/
If you designate the proxy setting in your Web Browser you cannot access the Web Utilities.
For more information see your network adminisrator.
Chapter 2 Setting Up the Network Interface Card
2-6 Konica Network Interface Card INSTRUCTION MANUAL
 Using MAP (Management Access Program)
A utility called MAP is provided on the CD-ROM that comes with the network interface card.
This program automatically identifies the network interface cards on the networks and lists them on Web
Browser screen. From this Web Browser list you can select a network interface card to change its settings
and control Web Utilities.

Aug 31, 2009 | Konica Minolta Office Equipment & Supplies

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Routing between subnets on Juniper Netscreen 5gt Wireless


hi
you want to create security policy between the wired interface and wireless interface.

eg:

wired is trust interface
wireless is wireless interface.

create a rule between trust to wireless.
as well as rule between wireless to trust.

Reagrds,

Mani.S

Dec 16, 2008 | Juniper Networks NetScreen 5GT...

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Network & Speed Problem


I suspect that the network interface card failed, & that's why you get the error message. Try disabling it from the BIOS & see if the error message disappears. If it did, then you have a failing network interface card & need to install anew one.

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