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FAQ- How to use the cfg-replace-board command

Publication Date:  2012-07-25 Views:  61 Downloads:  0
Issue Description

Q:
Huawei develops a new command for the OptiX NG-SDH of R003: cfg-replace-board. What is the function of the command? Can the command be used for board rate upgrade and replacement of compatible boards? How does the command work with the cfg-get-upgradebd and cfg-get-replacebdphy commands? So far the command has not been described in details. 
 

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Handling Process
A:
1. The cfg-replace-board command works with the cfg-get-upgradebd command for board rate upgrade.
To upgrade the rate of a board, perform the following steps:
- Run the cfg-get-upgradebd command to query the new boards that can be used.
- If the desired new board stands on the list returned by the cfg-get-upgradebd command, run the cfg-replace-board command to replace the original board with the new board and update the board configurations.
2. The cfg-get-replacebdphy command serves the replacement of compatible boards with the board version replacement function. The command queries the original boards that can be replaced.
3. To change a board that supports the board version replacement function from an old version to a new version, perform the following steps:
- Run the cfg-get-upgradebd command to query the new boards that can be used.
- If the desired new board stands on the list returned by the cfg-get-upgradebd command, run the cfg-replace-board command to replace the original board with the new board automatically (rather than physically).
NOTE
The cfg-get-upgradebd command performs a cold reset on the board. Therefore, the command transiently interrupts the services on the board. 
 
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