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    Huawei OptiXstar EG8010Hv6-10

    A bridging-type ONT with one GE port.


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Huawei OptiXstar EG8010Hv6-10

An integral part of Huawei's all-optical access solution, OptiXstar EG8010Hv6-10 is a bridging-type Optical Network Terminal (ONT) that uses Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) technology to offer ultra-broadband access. With high forwarding performance guaranteeing the experience of data and High Definition (HD) video services — plus future-oriented service support capabilities — OptiXstar EG8010HV6-10 helps enterprise construct cutting-edge terminal solutions.

The device features one GE port.

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Auto Port Speeds

Auto-adaptive GE port: 10 Mbit/s, 100 Mbit/s, or 1 Gbit/s.

Continuous Security


IGMP v2/v3 snooping.
MLD v1/v2 snooping.
Fast leave.
VLAN tag translation, transparent transmission, and removal for downstream multicast packets.
IGMP/MLD protocol packet rate limitation.

0011 intelligence operations 1

Smart O&M

Variable-length OMCI messages.
Rogue ONT detection and self-regulation.
PPPoE/DHCP simulation testing.


Parameters Huawei OptiXstar EG8010Hv6-10
Dimensions (H x W x D) 26 x 69 x 83 mm
Weight Approximately 80 g
Operating Temperature 0–40°C
Operating Humidity 5–95% RH (non-condensing)
Power Adapter Input 100–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
System Power Supply 12 V DC, 1 A
UNI 1 x GE
Maximum Power Consumption* 2.1 W
Maximum PoE Output Power NA
Installation Mode Desktop
• Class B+
• Receiver sensitivity: –27 dBm to –29 dBm
• Wavelengths: US 1310 nm, DS 1490 nm
• Wavelength Blocking Filter (WBF)
• Flexible mapping between the GEM port and TCONT
• GPON: consistent with the SN or password authentication defined in G.984.3
• Bi-directional FEC
• SR-DBA and NSR-DBA   
Ethernet Electrical Port • Ethernet port-based VLAN tags and tag removal
• 1:1 VLAN, N:1 VLAN, or VLAN transparent transmission
• Limit on the number of learned MAC addresses
• MAC address learning
• Transparent transmission of IPv6 packets at Layer 2