SWDL_PKG_NOBDSOFT alarm locating

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1. Run the :swdl-get-onlinebdlist command.
Online BD List Info
Bid GROUPIDX BdType PCB BdClass OfsNum ResetType MainState SubState Result
18 0 0x03bc 0x01 OSP 2 nrst NORMAL NORMAL SUCCESS
2-6 0 0x08f6 0x00 OSP 1 nrst NORMAL NORMAL SUCCESS
21 0 0x03bb 0x03 OSP 1 nrst NORMAL NORMAL SUCCESS
2-12 0 0x03ac 0x01 OSP 1 nrst NORMAL NORMAL SUCCESS
2-1 0 0x03ab 0x01 OSP 1 nrst NORMAL NORMAL SUCCESS
2-11 0 0x0619 0x01 OSP 1 nrst NORMAL NORMAL BD_CUSTOM

Note: If SUCCESS is displayed in the Result column, the corresponding package has the board software. If BD_CUSTOM is displayed in the Result column, the corresponding board is user-defined. That is, the software of the board is unavailable.
2. To further determine whether the package of a CF card contains the board software or whether the required files are present, perform the following operations:
(1) Query for mismatched board types. Run the :swdl-get-onlinebdlist or :swdl-rtrv-bdlist command to query the package loading list. In the command output, BdType corresponding to Bid specifies the type of the board in the slot.
(2) Search for the *.pkg file in the software package and open the file using the UltraEdit tool. Query the value of BdType (The values are case-insensitive and exclude 0 except the most significant bit 0 in the hexadecimal identifier 0x. For example, search only 0x619 in case of 0x0619.) Based on the query results, you can determine the files to be loaded to the board.
(3) Run the :sftm-show-dir:85,"cfs1/pkg1" command to query the files in the current CF card. If the files queried in step 2 do not exist in the pkg package, the SWDL_PKG_NOBDSOFT alarm is reported.

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Application scenario of the terminal location
Terminal location technology enables APs to collect strength information about radio signals in the surrounding environment to locate Wi-Fi terminals and rogue APs. APs collect radio signals of terminals in the surrounding environment and report the collected information to a location server. Then the location server computes the terminal location based on APs�?location and the wireless signal strength, and displays the computing results to users.

How do I obtain an AP's location
To obtain an AP's location, perform the following operations: 1. Run the following command on an AC to obtain the AP's IP address and MAC address. - V200R005: display ap-run-info id xx - V200R006: display ap run-info { ap-name ap-name | ap-id ap-id } 2. Run the display mac-address x-x-x command on the AC to obtain the MAC address of the connection interface. 3. Run the display mac-address x-x-x command on the peer end to obtain the MAC address of the interface on the access switch connected to the AP.

Location saving the RAID configuration
The RAID configuration information is stored on a hard disk. Replacing the RAID card will not cause loss of RAID configuration or data.

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