Whether the corrected error count is proper

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The corrected error count is expressed in bits, and the board rate is expressed in bit/s. Therefore, the time must be converted into seconds. For example, the rate of an LWF board is 10G bit/s. If the 24-hour error correction count is 5 million, the corresponding BER is calculated as follows: (500 x 10000)/(24 x 3600 x 10 x 1000000000 = 5.79 x 10E-9. In this way, you can ascertain whether the corrected error count is proper.

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Method used to determine whether the corrected error count is proper
Question: A huge corrected error count commonly exists on OTU boards with FEC. How do I determine whether the number is proper? None Analysis: The corrected error count is associated with bit error rate. Bit error rate = Corrected error count/(Time x Board rate). Answer: The corrected error count is expressed in bits, and the board rate is expressed in bit/s. Therefore, the time must be converted into seconds. For example, the rate of an LWF board is 10 Gbit/s. If the 24-hour corrected error count is 5 million, the BER is calculated as follows: (500 x 10000)/(24 x 3600 x 10 x 1000000000) = 5.79 x 10E�?. Then, you can determine whether the corrected error count is proper.

How to check whether the IP address in neighbor information is correct on S series switches
On Huawei S series switches (except the S1700), run the lldp management-address command to configure the LLDP management IP address. Check whether the IP address on neighbor devices is the same as that configured using this command.

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