Altitude requirements of the CX310

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Altitude requirements of the CX310:
40?C@900 m
When the CX310 is used at an altitude of 900 m to 3000 m, the temperature decreases by 1?C per an increase of 300 m.

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CX310 ports
The CX310 provides the following external ports: ? One BMC serial port, which is used for logging in to the BMC CLI. ? One SYS serial port, which is used for local management, maintenance, and GE switching plane commissioning. ? Sixteen 10GE optical ports, which are used for exchanging data with external networks. The CX310 provides the following internal ports: ? Thirty-two 10GE ports, which are connected to half-width compute node slots 1 to 16. The subcards corresponding to the slots are numbered from 1 to 16. ? One 40GE port, which is used to interconnect the switch modules in slots 1E and 4E or in slots 2X and 3X. ? Two GE ports, which are connected to the two MM910s respectively for communicating with the internal ports eth0 and eth2 on the MM910s.

Default user name and password of the CX31x
The default user name and password of the BMC and converged switching plane of the CX31x are as follows: Default user name: root Default password: Huawei12#$ The default user name and password of the FCoE gateway (available only for the CX311) are as follows: Default user name: admin Default password: Huawei12#$

What impact of a high altitude has on S series switches
Normal operations of S series switches have requirements for the altitude. An increasing altitude will affect the working temperature range of some switches. You can use Enterprise Network Product Hardware Query Tool to query the operating altitude and temperature of a switch. Click a switch model under Chassis in the query result, and view specifications of this switch.

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