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FAQ-Why the Port Deactivation Alarm Is Reported Even After the N2000 BMS (R8) Disables the Trap Switch for a Port

Publication Date:  2012-07-25 Views:  100 Downloads:  0

Issue Description

Why is the port deactivation alarm reported even after the iManager N2000 BMS (N2000 BMS for short) (R8) disables the trap switch for a port?
Version of the N2000 BMS: V200R008B02D061 SP24 

Alarm Information


Handling Process

When ADSL sliding windows are opened on the N2000 BMS (R8), the alarm suppression switch at the host level is disabled. In this case, all alarms generated by the host are reported, and the settings for the trap switch at the port level are invalid. Therefore, even if the trap switch is disabled, the N2000 BMS still receives the alarms generated by the host. To enable the alarm suppression for the host, all the ADSL sliding windows must be closed. 

Root Cause