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FAQ-How Does the N2000 BMS (V2R8B02D061) Deliver the ADSL Line Profile

Publication Date:  2012-07-25 Views:  46 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
How does the N2000 BMS (V2R8B02D061) deliver the ADSL line profile? 
Alarm Information
Handling Process
The tables on the N2000 BMS (V2R8) that are related to the delivery of the ADSL port line profile are as follows (take ma5600v3 as an example):
BMSDB..ma5600v3_adsl_LineProfTab, and BMSDB..ma5600v3_adsl_LineProfIdxTab.
Where, the adsl_LineProfTab table records the parameters related to the line profile on the N2000 BMS, including the ID of the profile on the N2000 BMS, the name of the profile on the N2000 BMS, whether the profile is identified, and physical parameters of the line profile. The adsl_LineProfIdxTab table, however, is a relationship table corresponding to the device. That is, the device ID that corresponds to the ID of the profile on the N2000 BMS, and the name of the profile on the device.
When delivering the line profile, the N2000 BMS sends the parameters of the profile in the adsl_LineProfTab table and the name of the profile on the N2000 BMS to the host. The related host will create a profile (if a profile with the same name exists on the host, the name of the default profile on the host is used). At the same time, the N2000 BMS adds the corresponding relationship of the profile on the device to the adsl_LineProfIdxTab table. 
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