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Updated:February 14, 2017
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Display Optical Module Status on ESW2-350G Switches
The objective of this document is to display the optical module status on ESW2-350G switches. The optical module status shows the operational conditions reported by the Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) transceiver. Some of the information might not be available for SFPs that do not support the digital diagnostic monitoring standard SFF-8472.
• ESW2-350G • ESW2-350G-DC
View Optical Module Status
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose Administration > Diagnostics > Optical Module Status. The Optical Module Status page opens:
The following information is displayed in the Optical Module Status Table:
• Port — Port number to which the SFP is connected.
• Temperature — Temperature in Celsius at which the SFP operates.
• Voltage — Voltage at which the SFP operates in volts.
• Current — Amount of current consumed by the SFP.
• Output Power — Amount of optical power transmitted in watts. An optical power is defined as a degree at which a light reflecting device such as a lens or mirror converges or diverges light. It is the reciprocal of the focal length of the device.
• Input Power — Amount of optical power received in watts.
• Transmitter Fault — The remote SFP reports signal loss. Values of this field can be True, False or No Signal (N/S).True if there are transmitter faults and False if no faults.
• Loss of Signal — The local SFP reports signal loss. Values of this field can be True or False. True if there is a loss in the signal else False.
• Data Ready — SFP is operational or not. Values of this field can be True or False. True if SFP is operational else false.