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NE40E-M2 V800R010C10SPC500 Configuration Guide - System Management 01

This is NE40E-M2 V800R010C10SPC500 Configuration Guide - System Management
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Managing Online Devices

Managing Online Devices

Manage online devices to ensure that the network works normally.

Usage Scenario

You can manage online devices by checking information about the device or resetting a board to ensure that the network works normally

Pre-configuration Tasks

Before managing online devices, install the Router and power it on.

Configuration Procedures

Perform one or more of the following configurations as required.

Checking Device Versions

You can check the system software version and hardware and software versions of each component.

Procedure

  1. Run the display version [ slot slot-id ] command to check versions of the Router.

    You can run the display version [ slot slot-id ] command in any view to check versions of the Router. Versions of the Router include:

    • System software version

    • Hardware and software versions of fan modules, and hardware version of the backplane.

Checking Basic Device Information

You can check basic information about the device, including the status of the entire device and basic information about a module (for example, power module or fan module) in a certain slot.

Procedure

  1. Run the display device [ pic-status | slot-id ] command to check basic information about the Router.

    In practice, you can run this command in any view to view basic information about the device. slot-id specifies the slot ID of a module.

    • Run the display device slot-id command to view basic information of a board.

    • Run the display device pic-status command to check basic information about the subcards on the Router.

Checking Electronic Labels

The electronic label of a board shows the type, bar code, Bill of Material (BOM) code, description, production date, supplier name, issuing number, Common Language Equipment Identification (CLEI) code, and sales BOM code of the board.

Context

This chapter applies only to the Admin-VS.

Procedure

  1. Run the display elabel [ slot-id | backplane | brief ] command to check the electronic label of a board.

    You can run this command in the user view to check the electronic label of a board. slot-id specifies the slot ID of the board whose electronic label is to be displayed.

    NOTE:

    For the slot ID range of the Router, see the HUAWEI NE40E-M2 Series Universal Service Router Hardware Description.

    Information in the electronic label of a board includes the type, bar code, Item code, description, production date, supplier name, issuing number, CLEI code, and sales BOM code of the board.

  2. Run the display elabel optical-module { brief | interface ifnum } command to check the electronic label of optical modules.

Checking Memory Usage

During the routine maintenance of the device or when the device cannot run normally, you can view the memory utilization statistics and the memory usage configuration.

Procedure

  • You can view the memory usage in any of the following methods:

    • Run the display memory-usage [ slot slot-id ] command to view the memory utilization statistics.
    • Run the display memory-usage threshold [ slot slot-id ] command to view the memory usage configuration.

      NOTE:

      You can run the set memory-usage threshold threshold-value [ restore restore-threshold-value ] [ slave | slot slot-id ] command to set the overload threshold and alarm recovery threshold of memory usage.

Checking CPU Usage

During the routine maintenance of the device or when the device cannot run normally, you can view the CPU utilization statistics and the CPU usage configuration.

Procedure

  1. You can view the CPU utilization statistics and the CPU usage configuration in any of the following methods:

    • Run the display cpu-usage [ configuration ] [ slot slot-id ] command to view the CPU utilization statistics.
    • Run the display cpu-usage service [ slot slot-id ]command to view the CPU usage based on service types.
    • Run the display cpu-usage history [ 1hour | 24hour | 72hour ] [ slot slot-id ] command to view CPU usage statistics within a period.
    • Run the display cpu-usage configuration [ slot slot-id command to view the CPU usage configuration.

      NOTE:

      You can run the set cpu-usage threshold threshold-value [ restore restore-threshold-value ] [ interval interval-value ] [ slave | slot slot-id ] command to set the overload threshold and alarm recovery threshold of CPU usage.

Checking Device Temperatures

By checking device temperatures, you can view the current temperature status, temperature alarm threshold, and actual temperature of each board.

Context

This chapter applies only to the Admin-VS.

Procedure

  1. Run display temperature ipu

    The working temperature of each module on the specified board is displayed.

    In practice, you can run the display temperature command in any view to check the current working temperatures of the Router. The temperature information includes the following contents:

    • Current temperature status of a board

    • Alarm threshold of the board temperature

    • Actual temperature of the board

Checking Device Voltages

By checking the voltage status of each board on the device, you can know the number of voltage sensors for boards, voltage sensors in use, working status of voltage sensors, alarm threshold of voltage, actual voltage, and normal working temperature of voltage sensors.

Context

This chapter applies only to the Admin-VS.

Procedure

  1. Run display voltage ipu

    The voltage status of the specified board is displayed.

    In practice, you can run the display voltage command in any view to check the voltage status of all the boards on the Router. The voltage information includes the following:

    • Number of voltage sensors for the boards

    • Working voltage sensors for the boards

    • Working status of voltage sensors for the boards

    • Alarm threshold of the board voltage

    • Actual board voltage

    • Normal working temperature of the voltage sensors

Checking a Power Module

By checking information about a power module of the device, you can view the slot ID of the power module, whether the power module is in position, the working mode of the power module, and the status of the cable for the power module.

Context

This chapter applies only to the Admin-VS.

Procedure

  1. Run the display power command to check the status of the power module for the Router.

    The displayed information includes the following:

    • Slot ID of the power module

    • Whether the power module is in position

    • Working mode of the power module

    • Status of the cable for the power module

Restarting the Device

After the software of a Router is upgraded, restart the Router to validate the configurations.

Context

Be cautious to use the reboot command because it can break down the entire network for a short period. In addition, check whether configuration files need be saved before restarting the device.

This chapter applies only to the Admin-VS.

Procedure

  1. Run reboot

    The device is immediately restarted.

    After the reboot command is run, the system checks whether the current configuration is consistent with the configuration saved in the configuration file. If the configuration is inconsistent wit the configuration saved in the configuration file, the system prompts you to save the current configuration. The system then prompts you to confirm whether to save the current configuration in the configuration file to be activated next time.

Resetting a Board

During device maintenance, you can use a certain command to reset a board. Before resetting a board, you need to save the configuration file on the board to ensure that the configuration can automatically recover after the board is reset.

Background Information

When an operating board of the device fails, you are recommended to reset the board by using the reset slot command.

This chapter applies only to the Admin-VS.

You need to back up important data before resetting a board.

Procedure

  1. Run the reset slot slot-id slot-id [ card card-id ] command in the user view to reset the faulty board or subcard.

(Optional) Querying Board Resource Usage

This section describes how to query board resource usage.

Context

If a device is connected to the U2000, you can choose GetResourceInfo from the function tree to view board resource usage of the device. If the device is not connected to the U2000, you can view board resource usage of the device using a command.

Procedure

  1. In the user view, run:

    display table resources information

    The board resource usage is displayed.

Example

# Run the display table resources information command to view the board resource usage of a device. For example:

<HUAWEI> dispaly table resources information slot 1
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                Total  Allocated  Free
-------------------------------------------------------------------------

VNI Statistics Ingress Resource                162144     4      162140
VNI Statistics Egress Resource                 16320      2      16318
EVPN Bd Nst Resource                           131072     17     131055
NST Statistics Resource                        524288     10     524278
NHP Statistics Resource                        229376     10     229366 
Inbound User-Queue ID Resource(TM0)            16376      15     16361      
Outbound User-Queue ID Resource(TM0)           16376      0      16376 
Inbound User-Group-Queue ID Resource(TM0)      2047       10     2037
Outbound User-Group-Queue ID Resource(TM0)     2047       0      2047 
Outbound Sub-Port-Queue ID Resource(ETM0)      229        0      229             
Inbound Wred ID Resource(TM0)                  255        0      255            
Outbound Wred ID Resource(TM0)                 255        0      255
IPV4 ACL Resource                              65538      8      65530
IPV6 ACL Resource                              65407      0      65406
IPV4 UCL Resource                              32770      4      32766
IPV6 UCL Resource                              65536      1      65535
COMMON_MULTICAR                                24576      24     24552
BEHAVIOR_INCAR                                 65535      1      65534
BEHAVIOR_OUTCAR                                65535      1      65534
PROFILE_INSINGLECAR                            65536      1      65535
PROFILE_OUTSINGLECAR                           65536      3      65533
CARPROFILE_CUSTOM_0                            956        158    798
BEHAVIOR_INSUPP_STAT_RESOURCE                  65535      3      65532
BEHAVIOR_OUTSUPP_STAT_RESOURCE                 65535      3      65532
INIFCAR_STAT_RESOURCE                          131072    8      131064
PROFILEINSINGLECAR_STAT_RESOURCE               131072     2      131070
PROFILEOUTSINGLECAR_STAT_RESOURCE              131072     6      131066
CAR_STAT                                       393216     6      393210
RULE_INSTAT                                    524280     12     524268
RULE_OUTSTAT                                   327680     12     327668
PHYGID                                         4094       1      4093
VTCAM_ACTIONEXT                                32768      1      32767
ARPVLANCAR Car Resource                        2048       0      2048 
ARPVLANCAR Statistics Resource                 8192       0      8192 
ARPVLANCAR L2 Acl Resource                     2048       5      2043 
ARPVLANCAR Action_ext Resource                 62463      0      62463 
SOCVLANCAR Car Resource                        2048       0      2048 
SOCVLANCAR Statistics Resource                 6144       0      6144 
SOC Rule Resource                              65536      0      65536 
SEC VTCAM Resource                             5067       257    4810 
SEC VTCAMV6 Resource                           5095       1      5094 
SEC Interface URPF Rule Resource               8192       0      8192
QinQ Resource                                  32767      0      32767
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