What is the meaning of PACKET_LENGTH_WRON in the NTP log of the AR router

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NTP/4/PACKET_LENGTH_WRON
G(l)[500]:The received NTP packet is longer than or shorter than a valid packet. This log is generated when the AR receives NTP packets in which the packet length is not in the range of 32 to 68. If this log does not need to be displayed, run the info-center filter-id bymodule-alias CFM CFM_LOG command in the system view.

Other related questions:
What do WLAN indicators of the AR router mean
The WLAN indicator status and their meanings are as follows: -If the WLAN indicator is steady on, the radio interface is physically Up but is not transmitting traffic. -If the WLAN indicator is blinking, the radio interface is physically Up and is transmitting traffic. A higher traffic rate indicates a higher blinking frequency. -If the WLAN indicator is off, the radio interface is physically Down.

How do I query the Log of an AR router?
The Log can be queried through the following Web site: http://support.huawei.com/onlinetoolsweb/infoM/index.do?domain=1&lang=en&topicType=log

What does each state of the RPS indicator on an AR router mean
The RPS indicator on an AR router has the following states: -Steady green: An RPS is connected to the AR router and is working normally. -Steady yellow: An RPS is connected to the AR router but is not working normally. -Blinking yellow: An RPS is supplying power to the AR router. -Off: No RPS is connected to the AR router or the connected RPS is not powered on.

Explanations for logs and alarms on S series switches
To view the explanations of logs or alarms on S series switches, log in to Huawei Enterprise Product & Service Support , click Switch, and then download the Log Reference and Alarm Handling of your device version.

Check whether the AR routers can send logs to the same log host
Yes

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