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Knowledge Base

FAQ-What Is the Meaning When an Anonymous User Logs In to the N2000 BMS

Publication Date:  2012-07-25  |   Views:  96  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  z00104170  |   Document ID:  EKB0000383014

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Issue Description

Q:
What's the meaning when an anonymous user logs in to the N2000 BMS as the NM System or $UNKNOWN_USER? 
 

Alarm Information

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Handling Process

A:
When an anonymous user logs in to the N2000 BMS as the NM System, the operation such as automatic polling or scheduled task is automatically initiated by the N2000 BMS.
When an anonymous user logs in to the N2000 BMS as $UNKNOWN_USER, the login means that the user attempts to log in to the N2000 BMS but fails, or means an internal action such as automatic polling or scheduled task as if the user logs in as the NM System. For example, the N2000 BMS synchronizes VDSL ports through automatic polling.
In most cases, both the users indicate internal actions of the N2000 BMS instead of operations performed by a user who logs in to the N2000 BMS. 
 

Root Cause

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Suggestions

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