Check the service configuration of the EGS2 board, and check the configuration correctness through the packet sending test.
1. Use the related command to reset the optical module of the EGS2 board and link up again as follows:
telnet 192.168.0.X X is the board slot.
3404> gmacdir 0 0 0x8000 //Reset GE port 1
3404> gmacdir 1 0 0x8000 //Reset GE port 2
3404> gmacdir 0 //Read GE port 1
3404> gmacdir 1 //Read GE port 2
3404> gmacdir 0 0 //Read the current GMAC status of GE port 1
3404> gmacdir 1 0 //Read the current GMAC status of GE port 2
3404> quit //Quit
Note: The optical module on the EGS2 board is hot pluggable. Resetting the board or plugging/unplugging the optical module of the EGS2 board will have the same effect as resetting the optical module by a command.
2. Modify the GE port attribute of the EGS2 board and configure it as auto negotiation. Configure the SmartBits also in the auto negotiation mode. Reset the board and the SmartBits to relink them.
3. Use the optical module of the EGS2 board in the SmartBits600B meter. After the fiber is connected, the LINK indicator on the optical module of the SmartBits600B meter goes on. Then the test can be normally conducted and the problem is solved. Fault cause: The link fails since the optical modules on the SmartBits600B meter and the EGS2 board do not match and the test standard of the SmartBits600B meter is too strict.