Method used to log in to the ATAE switch fabric board

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Before logging in to an ATAE switch fabric board, insert the RJ-45 connector of the configuration cable into the COM port on the SMM board, and insert the DB-9 port at the other end of the configuration cable into the serial port (COM1 or COM2) of the configuration terminal.
The procedure for logging in to the ATAE switch fabric board is as follows:
Start the PC and enter the Windows operating system.
On the desktop, click Start and choose All Programs > Accessories > Communications > Hyper Terminal > Hyper Terminal.
Note:
The following uses the hyper terminal tool provided by the Windows XP operating system as an example. For an operating system without the hyper terminal tool, you need to download the tool manually.
In the Connection Description dialog box that is displayed, enter the name of the connection to be set up, select the icon of the connection to be set up, and then click OK to create a connection.
In the Connect To dialog box that is displayed, select a serial port such as COM1 and click OK.
Set serial port parameters as follows:
Bits per second: 115200
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
Then click OK.
Type the user name and password and press Enter. The default user name is root, and the default password is huaweiosta.
After you log in to the hyper terminal, run the ss command to enter the plane switching mode. The base command switches to the Base plane, while the ge command switches to the Fabric plane.

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Cause for the ALM_DATA_RLOS alarm on the LOG board
The ALM_DATA_RLOS alarm indicates that the receive end of the Ethernet port has no data. The board periodically checks the total number of received bytes and compares them with the previous check results. If there is no change, the board does not receive data and therefore reports this alarm.

Method used to log off the controller
You can log off the controller as follows: 1. Fault location and rectification a. You need to log off the controller when changing boards. b. You need to log off the controller when rebooting the controller. 2. Solution a. Querying the system status Check the master and slave controllers in CLI mode by logging in to the CLI mode and running the showmaster command. If primary is displayed, the controller is a master controller. Perform the following steps. If secondary is displayed, the controller is a secondary controller. Switch to its peer controller and then perform the following steps. b. Logging off the controllers If you want to log off controller B, log in to the CLI mode and run the following command: OceanStor: admin> offline -c b If you want to log off controller A, run the following command: OceanStor: admin> offline -c a c. Confirming that the controller is logged off Go to the man-machine language (MML) mode of the storage system, enter sys status to check whether only one controller is running. In the following information, double is single and normal is offline. If one controller is running and the peer controller is offline, the log-off is successful. spu ui>sys status Double Or Single : [ double ] Master Or Slave : [ master ] Local Controller Status : [ normal ] Peer Controller Status : [ normal ] System Running Status : [ normal mode ]

Can I log in to an S series fixed switch in a stack using the same method of logging in to a modular switch
Yes, you can log in to an S series fixed switch in a stack using the same method of logging in to a modular switch. Methods of logging in to a stack of fixed switches are as follows: Local login: Log in to the stack through the console port on any member switch. Remote login: Log in to the stack through the management port or another Layer 3 interface on any member switch. You can remotely log in to the stack using Telnet, STelnet, web, or SNMP if your operation terminal has a reachable route to the stack. Methods of logging in to a cluster of modular switches are as follows: Local login: Log in to the cluster from the console port on any MPU. Remote login: After reachable routes are configured, you can remotely log in to the cluster from a management interface on any SRU or a Layer 3 interface using Telnet, STelnet, web, or SNMP.

Query of operation logs on the USG6000 series
By checking operation logs, you can view records for operations such as login, logout, and device configuration, learn the device management history, and improve device security. Context Only the USG6000 supports operation logs, and such logs can be displayed only when a hard disk is installed. Note: For the USG6650/6660/6670/6680, the operation log page is displayed no matter whether hard disks are installed. The firewall is deployed between the Internet and the network to be protected. When the IP address or login mode is configured for an administrator to log in to the firewall or the administrator performs any operation after login, operation logs are generated. Procedure 1. Choose Monitor > Log > Operation Log to view operation logs. 2. Choose Customize and select/deselect conditions for threat log display. 3. (Optional) Click Export to export operation logs in CSV format to the management PC.

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