Common installation problems of the FusionInsight software

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Common problems on a WLAN
Problems on a WLAN are classified into the following types: - Network-side problems - Insufficient bandwidth - Link faults - License restraints (only for ACs) - Incorrect configurations - AP-side problems - Incorrect AP working mode - Power supply failures - Faults of network cables connected to APs - Radio coverage problems - Co-channel interference - Improper channel distribution - Insufficient antenna coverage - Faults of components in an indoor distributed WLAN system

What are common problems on a WLAN network
Problems on a WLAN network are classified into the following types: - Problems at the network side a) Insufficient bandwidth b) Link failures c) License restriction d) Incorrect configuration - Problems at the AP side a) Incorrect AP working mode b) Power supply failures c) Faults of network cables connected to APs - Radio coverage problems a) Co-channel interference b) Improper channel distribution c) Insufficient antenna coverage d) Faults of passive devices in the antenna system

ESN of the FusionInsight software
The Equipment Serial Number (ESN) uniquely identifies a set of equipment for license authorization purposes. You can log in to FusionInsight Manager and choose System > License to view the ESN of a FusionInsight product.

Common interconnection problems of ADSL and VDSL interfaces
Problem description: The ADSL/VDSL interface cannot be activated. Handling process: 1. Investigate the cables connected to the AR xDSL interface, and notify the operator to check the cables. 2. If the AR card is equipped with only one ADSL/VDSL interface, confirm with the operator whether bonding is configured on the DSLAM on the peer end. 3. Separate the xDSL cables from electromagnetic interference sources and keep the line far away from the electromagnetic interference sources. 4. If the problem is not resolved after the preceding steps, contact Huawei post-sales engineers to determine whether it is an IOP interconnection problem. Note: After the preceding steps, the most common interconnection problems of ADSL/VDSL interfaces can be resolved or filtered out. Root causes: 1. Cables connected to the ADSL/VDSL interface do not work normally. 2. The configurations of ADSL/VDSL interfaces on the AR router and DSLAM are not consistent. 3. Electromagnetic interference sources, such as motors, transformers, and generators, are located in the route of the xDSL cable. 4. xDSL interconnection problems occur.

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