Method used to set the threshold for the MAC_FCS_EXC alarm

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The procedure for setting the MAC_FCS_EXC threshold is as follows:
In the NE Explorer, select a board that supports the MAC_FCS_EXC alarm, and choose Configuration > Interface Management > Ethernet Interface from the navigation tree.
On the Advanced Attributes tab, you can set EXC Threshold for Packet Loss at Port.

Other related questions:
Where can I set the alarm threshold on the SMC2.0?
Under System > Settings > NLogV2 on the SMC2.0 web interface, you can set the alarm thresholds for configuration items, including the packet loss rate for video sending/receiving, audio sending/receiving, or presentation sending/receiving.

How can set a threshold alarm for CPU?
Using the cpu-usage threshold command, you can set the alarm threshold and alarm recovery threshold of CPU usage. Using the undo cpu-usage threshold command, you can restore the alarm threshold and alarm recovery threshold of CPU usage. By default, the alarm threshold of CPU usage is 95% and alarm recovery threshold is 80%.

Alarm threshold modification for E4 and E5 series OA boards
1. Run the following command to query the alarm thresholds. Pay attention that the board slot ID must be replaced with the actual slot ID and the slot ID must be in decimal format. :cfg-get-almth:5,1,1,sumiop PER-ALM-TH BID PORT PATH TH-TYPE TH-HIGH TH-LOW 5 1 1 sumiop 10 -320 Total records :1 2. Run the following nptp command to query the alarm thresholds on the board side. Pay attention that the board slot ID must be replaced with the actual slot ID and the slot ID must be in hexadecimal format. In the command outputs, TH-HIGH indicates the upper threshold in decimal format and TH-LOW indicates the lower threshold in hexadecimal format. After the lower threshold in hexadecimal format is converted into a value in decimal format, the lower threshold must correspond to the threshold queried in step 1. :nptp:5,13,31,1,0,1,0,94 ncmd 0: 05 13 31 00 00 01 00 01 00 94 00 00 00 0a ff ff fe c0 In the command outputs, 00 00 00 0a is the upper threshold and ff ff fe c0 is the lower threshold. 3. Run the following nptp command to query the alarm thresholds on the board side. Pay attention that the board slot ID must be replaced with the actual slot ID and the slot ID must be in hexadecimal format. The upper threshold is 0x12 in hexadecimal format, which is 18 in decimal format. That is, the upper threshold is 1.8 dB. :nptp:$bid,13,30,1,0,1,0,94,0,0,0,12,ff,ff,fe,c0 ncmd 0: 05 13 30 00 00 In the command outputs, 00 00 00 12 is the upper threshold and ff ff fe c0 is the lower threshold. 4. Query the alarm threshold again to check whether the alarm threshold is successfully modified. :cfg-get-almth:5,1,1,sumiop PER-ALM-TH BID PORT PATH TH-TYPE TH-HIGH TH-LOW 5 1 1 sumiop 18 -320 Total records :1 5. Replace the nptp command in step 2 with the sptp command and then deliver the command again without changing other parameters. In this manner, the command is saved to the NE software and will not be lost during a board reset. :sptp:5,13,30,1,0,1,0,94,0,0,0,12,ff,ff,fe,c0

Method used to query the alarm reversion setting of a board
In the NE Explorer, click the desired board. Choose Alarm > Alarm Reversion. Then the related alarm reversion setting is displayed.

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.

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