How about Card Registration Failure?
- The card registration process is taking an inordinately long time, and the RUN/ALM indicator of the card is steady yellow.
- In the display device command output, the Register field displays Unregistered.
This fault is commonly caused by one of the following:
- The card is not properly installed.
- The card is not hot swappable but it has been hot swapped, causing card damage.
- Alarms have been generated for electronic devices on the card.
- The available power is insufficient for the card.
- The card is not supported by the chassis model or software version.
- The card connector has failed.
- Check whether the card is properly installed. If not, reinstall the card. If the card is properly installed, go to 2.
- If the card is a flexible service unit or CSS card, check whether it has been hot swapped. If so, go to 8. If not, go to 3.
- Run the display alarm command to check for alarms on all cards or specify the slot ID to check for alarms on the problematic card. If the command output contains alarms about electronic components on the card, go to 8. If not, go to 4.
- Run the display power system command to check the power of the system and card. If the available system power is insufficient, go to 8. If the available system power is sufficient, go to 5.
An ES0D0G48VA00 card can start and register only when the following conditions are met:
- A dual in-line memory module (DIMM) has been installed in the DIMM slot of the card.
- The card is installed in a PoE chassis.
- The PoE power modules are supplying power to the chassis.
- Run the display version command to check whether the model and version of the card match the chassis. If not, replace the card with a card that matching the chassis. If the card matches the chassis, go to 6.
For the mapping between card models, versions, and switches, see the "Version Support for Components" in the Hardware Description.
- Only the LE0D0VAMPA00 and ACU2 value-added service cards are interchangeable in the S9700 and S7700 chassis. The other LPUs are not interchangeable.
- The software version on an LE0D0VAMPA00 card must be the same as the system software version running on the chassis where the card is installed.
Card Installation and Removal
When a card is moved from a chassis running a later version to a chassis running an earlier version, the BootROM and Bootload software of the card may be downgraded to the earlier version. When the card is reinstalled in the chassis running the later version, the card cannot start. When this occurs, log in to the Huawei website to download the correct software version for the switch, and then run the upgrade jtag slot slot-id command in the diagnostic view to upgrade the BootROM and Bootload software to the later version.
- Check the card connector and then reinstall the card or install it in another slot to check whether it works normally.
- Remove the card from the slot and check the card connector. If the card connector is intact, install the card in the original slot. If the card still fails to register after several attempts to reinstall it, install it in another slot. If the problem persists, go to 8 .
If there are idle pin holes on the card connector, use a flashlight to illuminate the card connector and check whether any pins are bent. If some pins are bent, go to 8 .
- Ask for technical support.