July 11, 2024

0x2e112004 The signal fail of ONTi (SFi) occurs

0x2e112004 The signal fail of ONTi (SFi) occurs

Today i will discuss about 0x2e112004 The signal fail of ONTi (SFi) occurs alarm. System generates this alarm when a GPON port detects that the signals of an ONT fail and that the BER check error code rate in the upstream direction of the ONT reaches the threshold.

[boxads]

Attribute:

Alarm ID Alarm Severity Alarm Type
0x2e112004 Warning Fault

Impact on the System:

The data link is interrupted and the data cannot be transmitted in the normal state. The services of the ONT are interrupted.

Possible Causes:

  • The optical fiber is faulty.
  • The ONT is abnormal.

Procedure:

  1. Check the optical fiber.
    • If the optical fiber is not connected properly, reconnect the optical fiber again to ensure that the optical fiber is connected correctly and securely.
    • If the optical fiber is aged, bent, or damaged, replace the optical fiber.
    • If the connector of the optical fiber is not clean, clean the optical fiber.
  2. If the ONT is abnormal, reset or replace the ONT.

[bodyads]

The bit error ratio (BER) domain is a domain of eight bits. It is used to calculate the parity check value of a segment of bytes. The receiver calculates a parity check value and compares the calculated value with the received BER value to obtain the number of error codes on the link.

0x2e112004 The signal fail of ONTi (SFi) occurs
0x2e112004 The signal fail of ONTi (SFi) occurs

Related clear alarm: 0x2e122004 The signal fail of ONTi (SFi) recovers

N.B: The Optical Network Unit (ONU) and the Optical Network Terminal (ONT) are both the user-side devices of the Optical Line Terminal (OLT) and they are both referred to as ONT.

Shahed

Hi! I am Shahed Israr. I try to help GPON Technology users with their queries and provide them with relevant and accurate information to the best of my ability. My main goal is to assist and enhance GPON Technology user and help people find the answers they're looking for quickly and easily.

Follow Me:
TwitterFacebookLinkedInPinterestGoogle PlusDiggYouTubeRedditDelicious

Visited 2,012 times, 1 visit(s) today

Comments

comments

Shahed

Hi! I am Shahed Israr. I try to help GPON Technology users with their queries and provide them with relevant and accurate information to the best of my ability. My main goal is to assist and enhance GPON Technology user and help people find the answers they're looking for quickly and easily.

View all posts by Shahed →

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.

error: Content is protected !!