Electronic label allows you to view information about the device electronic label, which is also known as the
permanent configuration data or archive information. The information is written into the storage medium of
a device or a card during the debugging and testing processes, and includes the card name, product bar
code, MAC address, debugging and testing date(s), manufacture name, and so on.
Select Device Device Maintenance from the navigation tree, and click the Electronic Label tab to enter the
page as shown in a.
Each functional module has its own running information, and generally, you view the output information for
each module one by one. To receive as much information as possible in one operation during daily
maintenance or when system failure occurs, the diagnostic information module allows you to save the
running statistics of multiple functional modules to a file named default.diag. This allows you to locate
problems faster by checking this file.
Select Device Device Maintenance from the navigation tree, and click the Diagnostic Information tab to
enter the page as shown in a.
When you click Create Diagnostic Information File, the system begins to generate a diagnostic information
file, and after the file is generated, the page is as shown in b.