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Can 10GE Optical Interfaces of a Switch Work upon a Unidirectional Fiber Connection?


10GE optical interfaces of a switch cannot work upon a unidirectional fiber connection. A unidirectional fiber connection occurs between two 10GE optical interfaces when one interface is Down because the Rx fiber is removed, while the other interface is still Up because its Rx fiber can receive link_Up signals from the PHY layer.
A switch determines the status of a 10GE optical interface according to the IEEE 802.3ae standard. As defined in this standard, the MAC layer of a 10GE optical can send local_fault and remote_fault signals. A switch can determine the link status based on only the link status of the PHY layer or based on the link status of the PHY layer and the local_fault and remote_fault signals from the MAC layer.
On a Huawei switch, link status of a 10GE optical interface turns Up only when the link status of the PHY layer is Up and both the local_fault and remote_fault signals are 0. When two 10GE optical interfaces are interconnected and the Rx fiber on one interface is removed, this interface goes Down and the MAC layer of the interface generates a local_fault signal. Meanwhile, the local interface sends a fault signal to the remote interface through the Tx fiber. The remote interface receives the link_Up signal from the PHY layer and the remote_fault signal from the MAC layer. Therefore, the link status of the remote interface goes Down.
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Kenmore canister power head not working?


Without more info, I would investigate the drive belt, make sure the beater bar is free to spin (no hair or carpet fibers twisted onto the moving parts), and then check that the power is getting to the motor of the power head. Most often it is hair/fibers that collect around the ends of the beater bar. This causes the belt to stall, heat up and stretch due to the drive motor shaft spinning on one spot because the belt can't move. After removing twisted hair/fibers, you probably only need to replace the belt.

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Hello, I have several DTF2 tapes that I would like to extract the files from. is it possible to hookup a DTF drive to a pc workstation and be able to see and extract the files? thanks raf


Yes, you will need a fiber channel host bus adapter (HBA) in the PC. Install the HBA in the PC and connect it to your fabric, and then zone it the same as you would zone a server.
If you don't have a fiber channel fabric, it might work if you connect the HBA directly to the tape drive, but you definitely will need a HBA.

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How do you change a clutch on a 85cr


1) Release the pressure on the system by unhooking the clutch handle from the cable
2) Identify which side of the crank holds the clutch mechanism. Probably opposite the chain drive sprocket which means the clutch is on the right side as you sit on the bike. Spray off sand or grit that may fall into the works as the case cover comes off.
3) Drain the gear case oil
4) Remove the kick starter by removing the bolt holding the lever onto the starter shaft. Carefully, maybe with a impact driver screwdriver, loosen and remove the screws holding the round clutch cover from the engine crankcase. There are probably five, maybe seven, Phillips screwheads or maybe with ten mm hex heads. They will be different lengths so remember which holes each came from. I always replace screws with hex head bolts 'cause the screws can be a pain to remove.
5) Remove the clutch cover. You may need to remove the footpeg. there may be a steel ball bearing about 8mm diameter roll out of the center of the basket, so watch for it.
6) The clutch will be covered by a 'basket' held down by probably six bolts recessed into the basket.
7) As you remove the basket, you will find rings made of metal alternating with rings of fiber. Remove these, noting the order. If the metal rings are not blued or scratched, you can use them again. The fiber ones will need to be replaced, at about $7 each. Oil them and put new fiber rings back, starting with fiber and ending with fiber. I smear oil on the fiber plates before I put them in. You will see notches in the teeth at the edge of the fiber plates, and want to not line these up with each other.
8) Put the cover back, usually using a new gasket, or at least silicone. Leaks here make a mess and it's worth taking time to get it sealed.
9) Fill with amount of oil specified on the side of the crankcase. Make sure you use 'cycle oil, with MA rating. Auto oils will allow the clutch to slip, and make it burnout quicker.

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Fiber trunk port looses connectivity, fiber test ok


switch the fibre rx and tx around on one side of the link

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I have an rm125 and wen at full revs the bike begins 2 slip but if i use half revs its fine what could be the problem


If you mean the clutch begins to slip after half revs then chances are that the fiber clutch plates are worn. I suggest you get a set of fiber plates and install. Pull the right engine cover and remove the clutch end cap. Note the sequence of plates as you remove them. You will have fiber plates and steel plates. Is the first plate removed fiber or steel? If the first plate removed is fiber then the next is steel, then fiber, then steel, and so on. Install the new plates in the same fashion. So if you started with a fiber plate you need to end up with a fiber plate when the install is done.

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