how to ignore the warning about the non-certified optical module?

Created Jan 22, 2019 09:29:21Latest reply Jan 22, 2019 14:10:06 195 6 0 0
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one of the optical module failed, to restore the links, the failure optical module was replaced by the normal one which is not certified by Huawei, and the switch generated the warning logs, and the optical module didn't work, how to ignore this inspection of the non-certified optical module.

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chenhui  Admin   Created Jan 22, 2019 14:04:56 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Posted by sim_157 at 2019-1-22 10:50 yes, I know there are risks, but I should restore the service no matter if it is reliability.
you can disable the logs by command transceiver non-certified-alarm disable or transceiver phony-alarm-disable, which one is avaiable depends on your product.
By the way, it's advised to use the optical modules which are certified. if the optical module which is not certified doesn't work when insert into the device, you'd better contact the your local TAC to get help.
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Kecekk     Created Jan 22, 2019 10:03:16 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hello sim_157,

A Huawei switch must use optical or copper modules that have been certified for use on Huawei switches. Non-certified optical or copper modules cannot ensure transmission reliability and may affect service stability. Huawei is not liable for any problem caused by the use of non-certified optical or copper modules and will not fix such problems.

The methods provided here are only for reference. To confirm whether optical modules you are using have been certified for use on Huawei switches, contact Huawei technical support.
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semphis Created Jan 23, 2019 18:52:15
the risk is there, but haven't ever made such experience. SFP comes from one of of worldwide three sfp fabrics.  
sim_157     Created Jan 22, 2019 10:50:12 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Posted by Kecekk at 2019-1-22 10:03 Hello sim_157,A Huawei switch must use optical or copper modules that have been certified for use on ...
yes, I know there are risks, but I should restore the service no matter if it is reliability.
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Kecekk     Created Jan 22, 2019 14:06:24 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Hi sim_157, unfortunately, there is no way to ignore the warning. The best solution to make it works again is by using a Huawei certified optical module.
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Kecekk     Created Jan 22, 2019 14:10:06 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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