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ME60 V800R010C10SPC500 Feature Description - System Management 01

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Understanding Fault Management

Understanding Fault Management

Alarms are reported if a fault is detected. Classifying, associating, and processing received alarms help keep you informed of the running status of devices and helps you locate and analyze faults rapidly.

Table 4-1 lists the alarm functions supported by the HUAWEI.

Table 4-1 Alarm functions



Alarm masking

Maintenance engineers can configure alarm masking on terminals so that terminals detect only alarms that are not masked. This function helps users ignore the alarms that do not need to be displayed.

Alarm suppression

Alarm suppression can be classified as jitter suppression or correlation suppression.

  • Jitter suppression: uses alarm continuity analysis to allow the device not to report the alarm if a fault lasts only a short period of time and to display a stable alarm generated if a fault flaps.

  • Correlation suppression: uses alarm correlation rules to reduce the number of reported alarms, reducing the network load and facilitating fault locating.

Updated: 2019-01-04

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