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S600-E V200R011C10 NETCONF YANG API Reference

This document describes the NETCONF API functions supported by the switch, including the data model and samples.
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Data Model

Data Model

The configuration model file matching alarm reporting and the matching data file are all ietf-alarms.yang.

Table 2-15  Alarm reporting configuration

Object

Description

Value Range

Remarks

/ietf-alarms:alarms/control/notify-status-changes

Indicates whether the alarm reporting is enabled.

The value is of the Boolean type:
  • true: Alarm reporting is enabled.

  • false: Alarm reporting is disabled.

NA
Table 2-16  Alarm reporting data

Object

Description

Value Range

Remarks

/ietf-alarms:alarm-notification/resource

Indicates the alarm OID.

N/A

NA

/ietf-alarms:alarm-notification/alarm-type-id

Indicates the alarm type.

N/A

/ietf-alarms:alarm-notification/alarm-type-qualifier

Indicates the alarm type identifier. Table 3 lists the currently supported alarm type identifiers.

N/A

/ietf-alarms:alarm-notification/alt-resource

Indicates a new or deleted alarm.

N/A

/ietf-alarms:alarm-notification/event-time

Indicates the event occurrence time.

N/A

/ietf-alarms:alarm-notification/perceived-severity

Indicates the alarm severity.

N/A

/ietf-alarms:alarm-notification/alarm-text

Indicates the additional alarm information.

N/A

Table 2-17  Alarm type identifier list

No.

Alarm Type Identifier

Meaning

1

hwOpticalInvalid

The optical module is faulty or recovered.

2

hwPowerRemove

The power supply is removed.

3

hwPowerInsert

The power supply is installed.

4

hwPowerInvalid

The power supply is faulty or recovered.

5

hwFanRemove

The fan module is removed or installed.

6

hwFanInvalid

The fan is faulty or recovered.

7

hwCPUUtilizationRising

The CPU usage exceeds the threshold or falls below the threshold.

8

hwMemUtilizationRising

The memory usage exceeds the threshold or falls below the threshold.

9

hwBrdTempAlarm

The temperature exceeds the limit or is restored to the normal range.

10

hwPoePowerOff

The PoE function is disabled on the interface, so the PD on the interface is powered off.

11

hwPoePowerOn

PoE power is recovered on the interface.

12

hwPoePdConnected

A connected PD is detected.

13

hwPoePdDisconnected

PD removal is detected.

14

hwPoePdClassInvalid

The PD class is invalid.

15

hwPoePdClassOvercurrent

The PD has overcurrent.

16

hwPoePdPriorityDifferent

The PD local priority is different from the priority obtained through LLDP.

17

hwPoePowerOverUtilizationThreshold

The total power consumed by all PDs exceeds or reaches the threshold, or falls below the threshold.

18

hwPoePowerAbsent

The PoE power is abnormal or recovered.

19

linkDown

The interface status changes to Down or Up.

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