Commands used to query the performance of boards on a WDM device

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To query the performance of boards on a WDM device, run the following commands:
:per-get-curdata-new:perall,15m,0xff,0,0,
:per-get-curdata-new:perall,24h,0xff,0,0,

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Commands used to query reset records of an NG WDM device
Run the :errlog command to query the reset records of an NE. Run the :mon-get-errlog:bid command to query the reset records of a board.

Querying of the reset records of NG WDM devices
Run the :errlog command to query reset records of NEs and the :mon-get-errlog:bid command to query reset records of boards.

Methods used to enable the extended ECC on the SCE board of a WDM device
1. Configure a client NE A. In the status diagram of an optical NE, right-click a client NE and choose NE Explorer. B. Choose Communication > ECC Management from the navigation tree on the left. C. Click Refresh and check the current ECC mode of the NE. D. Set ECC Extended Mode to Specified Mode in the function panel on the right. E. In the Set Client area, enter the IP address and port number of the server NE in the Opposite IP and Port fields respectively. F. Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. G. Click Close. 2. Configure a server NE. A. Log in to the NMS. B. Double-click an optical NE. The status diagram of an optical NE is displayed. C. Right-click a subrack NE and choose NE Explorer from the shortcut menu. D. Choose Communication > ECC Management from the navigation tree on the left. E. Click Refresh and check the current ECC mode of the NE. F. Set ECC Extended Mode to Specified Mode in the function panel on the right. G. In the Set Server area, enter the port number in the Port field. The port number must be consistent with that of the Port field set for the client NE. H. Click Apply. The Operation Result dialog box is displayed, indicating that the operation is successful. I. Click Close.

Method of querying device-side operation logs
The :log-query:bid,"oplog" command can be used to query device-side logs.

Query of the SNCP service configuration and protection switching on WDM devices
Choose <b>Function Tree</b> > <b>Configuration</b> > <b>WDM service management</b> > <b>SNCP service control</b> to query the WDM service configuration and protection switching status.

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