Jitter suppression setting on the U2000

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Jitter suppression is implemented on WDM equipment and cannot be set on the U2000.

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How does a WLAN device suppress traps
A WLAN device suppresses alarms in either of the following ways: - Suppresses all traps: Run the snmp-agent trap disable command in the system view to disable the trap function for all features. - Suppresses traps for the specified feature: Run the undo snmp-agent trap enable feature-name command in the system view to disable the trap function for a specified feature

Methods used to set the suppression for OTN NE alarms and query the alarms using command lines
The query command is as follows: alm-cfg-get-monstate: alarm name, 0xff,0,0,'''' For example, by running the alm-cfg-get-monstate:R_LOS,0xff,0,0,''' command, you can query the states of all ports that can report the R_LOS alarm on an NE. The query result is enable or disable. The setting command is as follows: :alm-cfg-set-monstate: alarm name, disable/enable,0xff,0,0,'''' For example, by running the alm-cfg-set-monstate: R_LOS,disable,0xff,0,0,'''' command, you can suppress all the NE ports that report the R_LOS alarm.

Differences between suppress-time and report-suppress on an S series switch
For S series switches, suppress-time and report-suppress are irrelevant. The suppress-time parameter specifies the period during which the switch forwards only one Report/Leave message of the same multicast group after receiving a Query message. The report-suppress parameter is used to terminate Report messages from users and respond to the Query packets from routers.

Precautions for changing NE IDs and IP addresses on the U2000
Take the following precautions when changing an NE ID: 1. Changing an NE ID is risky because it will interrupt NE communication. 2. Before changing an NE ID, delete protection groups, fiber connections, and functions such as IPA and ALC from the NE. After changing the NE ID, restore them for the NE on the U2000. 3. Before changing an NE ID, delete the manually added monitoring relationship between the WMU board and the OTU or line board on the NE. After changing the NE ID, restore the deleted monitoring relationship on the U2000. 4. For a gateway NE, after changing its NE ID, you need to re-create fiber connections between it and other NEs and re-specify the primary gateway NE for NEs that were originally connected to this gateway NE on the U2000. 5. If the IP address of an NE is not changed before you change the NE ID, the IP address of the NE varies according to the NE ID. Once the IP address of the NE is changed, the association between the NE ID and IP address is canceled automatically. Take the following precautions when changing an NE IP address: 1. Changing an NE IP address will reset the NE. 2. After changing the IP address of a gateway NE, you need to re-specify the IP address of the gateway NE in the DCN management window on the U2000, and re-specify the primary gateway NE for NEs that were originally connected to this gateway NE.

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