why Wayside Channel WSC port is used when already OSC is there for DCN.
From CTP "Photonics Layer Guide: NTRN15DA" :
Hope this helps,Jahid
Hope this helps,
Very Simply is it an Ethernet channel that our customers can use to have an Out of Band Ethernet DCN.
Some customers use it for IP telephony, Some for Video Cameras, some for a DCN connection that is NOT carried over the OCLD's. etc.
Sometimes Ciena test uses it to provide Ethernet and IP Telephony to remote inaccessible locations in the field. We have a temporary device setup (not made by Ciena) that allows us to plug-in to the WSC and get a standard telephone line and external Internet. Frequently, in the field, the customers will not allow us to attach to their network.The WSC can provide an option when this happens.
One common misconception is that the WSC terminates within the 6500 network, however the wayside ports do not terminate anywhere within the system. The traffic flow enters one wayside port and exits the system through another wayside port (all traffic originates and terminates external to the system). I imagine one WSC port to another essentially as a cable extension. From the NTRN10DP.4 Planning Guide:
To add to Gary's reply, here is an example of a VoIP setup (from the same guide):
Hi Rajeshkumar Balasubramani, if you could mark any of the replies from Jahidur Rahman, Gary Mochinski Sheanon Summers as correct and/or helpful, that would help us to close out this question. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions. Thanks!
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