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FAQ- What is the command lines that we can use on the OLT to detect PRTE board status

Publication Date:  2012-07-25 Views:  38 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
MA5600T(  MA5600V800R005C32B138)  has 2 PRTE one of them is damaged so how can we check it from command line 
Alarm Information
ALARM 2849 FAULT MAJOR 0x15411026 ENVIRONMENTAL 2010-08-12 10:04:24 DST
  ALARM NAME  : Fan power fault alarm
  PARAMETERS  : FrameID: 0    EMU ID:  0    Digital ID:  0    EMU Type:  FAN
                Name:  Power fault
                Name:  Power fault
  DESCRIPTION : Fan power fault alarm
  CAUSE       : Power  fault
  ADVICE      : Check power  
Handling Process
A:
About the querying about the power board through command line please check below commands :
If the two board boards is normal:
MA5600T(config)#interface emu 0
MA5600T(config-if-fan-0)#display fan 
{ alarm<K>|environment<K>|system<K> }:alarm 
  Command:
          display fan alarm 
  EMU ID: 0                             
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Alarm name                    Alarm state
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Read temperature fault       Normal
  Fan block                            Normal
  Temperature high              Normal
  Power fault                         Normal
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
If one of the power board is failure or does not exists
MA5600T(config-if-fan-0)#display fan alarm 
  
  EMU ID: 0                             
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Alarm name                    Alarm state
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Read temperature fault       Normal
  Fan block                             Normal
  Temperature high               Normal
  Power fault                          Alarm
  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Root Cause
null
Suggestions
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