Method of querying card models on an AR router


Run the display device command or the display elabel command on an AR router to query component types of the router.
The card names obtained using these two commands may be different, because the card names obtained by running the display device command are planned in advance but electronic labels are unique IDs of the cards and will not change with software upgrades.

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How to query the card SN on an AR router
The method of querying the card SN on an AR router is as follows: Run the display elabel command to query the BarCode field of the slot corresponding to the card.

Querying the server RAID controller card model
Log in to iMana and query the board ID. Then, find the RAID controller model based on the board ID at http: //

Method of querying CPU usage on an AR router
Query CPU usage by running the following commands on an AR router: - display cpu-usage [ slot slot-id ] Or display cpu-usage [ process process-id ] [ slave ] - display cpu-usage configuration [ slave | slot slot-id ]. This command is used to query configuration information about CPU usage. Query CPU usage based on the NMS OID on an AR router: - hwEntityCpuUsage, querying CPU usage - hwEntityCpuUsageThreshold, querying alarm thresholds for CPU usage Query CPU usage through the web NMS on an AR router: Log in to the web NMS, and choose Device Information > Device Information to view the CPU usage item.

Method of querying electronic labels on an AR router
The electronic labels of an AR router are used to identify hardware information of the router, including component barcode, production date, and BOM code. Run the display elabel command to obtain the information.

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