Hello, I just want to know if the cable

Hello, I just want to know if the cable is unprotected does it directly mean it is unrestorable? Or can it be restored? Can anyone please clarify me the definition and differences between protected/unprotected and restorable/unrestorable cable?
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1Friday, 13 February 2015 03:00
Generally, when a cable is unprotected, it means the cable is designed without self-protection, or without a protection ring topology. Most of the cables deployed in recently years are unprotected.

Protection can be done in both physical layer and logical layer,while restoration is done most likely in logical layer.

A cable without protection can get the traffic on the cable restored via another cable.

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