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FAQ-What's the function of DIP switch ID at Metro1000v3 interface

Publication Date:  2012-07-24  |   Views:  162  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  liluoji  |   Document ID:  EKB0000260086


Issue Description

Customer asked the function of 4 bits DIP switch ID at Metro1000v3 interface.       

Alarm Information


Handling Process

There are 4 bits of DIP switch ID at Metro1000v3 interface. Setting up is 1, setting down is 0.
DIP switch setting:
0000 (default): The running status while the watchdog is open.Normally are set to all “0”s.
0100: The running status while the watchdog is closed.
0011: The debugging status (while the watchdog is closed), in which status the software only runs BSP codes (BOOTORM codes) and the NE software can be
 debugged and the NE BIOS can be loaded.
0101: BIOS hold status.
1111: Formatting flash file system, which is deleting NE software FPGA.

Root Cause

NE ID need set with DIP switch ID for early METRO1000, now NE ID need set with the software for METRO1000v3, so DIP switch ID of METRO1000V3 interface isn't 
NE ID switch.


The DIP switch ID is very important at METRO1000V3, don't set it casually.