Connection of the CXP high-speed cable


Connection of the CXP high-speed cable on the MA5616: One end of the cable is connected to the VEI port of the cascading MA5616,
and the other end is connected to that of the cascaded MA5616.

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Stack cables supported by S series fixed switches
For details about stack cables supported by S series fixed switches, click Typical Configuration Examples and choose Typical Stack Configuration of Fixed Switches- Determining the Stack Connection Mode and Hardware and Software Requirements. This section describes whether each model and version of S series fixed switches supports stacking as well as stack modes, hardware and software requirements, typical networking, configuration steps, and also stack cables used to set up various stacks.

Clearing of the LSR_WILL_DIE alarm after the fan speed is adjusted to high speed
The LSR_WILL_DIE alarm is a module alarm and is affected by the temperature. It is reported when the module is in the high temperature environment and ages quickly. You are advised to replace the module or board even if the LSR _ WILL _ DIE alarm is cleared by increasing the fan speed.

High-speed networks
A high-speed network is an internal network among BMSs and provides unlimited bandwidth for connecting BMSs in the same AZ. If you want to deploy services requiring high throughput and low latency, you can create high-speed networks. Currently, the BMS supports high-speed networks with a maximum bandwidth of 10 Gbit/s.

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