An optical network system includes an optical line terminal, an optical splitter that is connected to the optical line terminal via one first optical fiber, and a plurality of optical network units that are connected to the optical splitter via respective second optical fibers. The plurality of optical network units communicate with the optical line terminal using an optical signal of a working wavelength uniquely assigned to each of them. The optical line terminal communicates with an optical network unit that is connected to the optical splitter using an optical signal of a working wavelength and an optical signal of a spare wavelength that is common to a plurality of optical networks.
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