How to run and operate the SDI tool for the DI-6000 via command lines

Question

  • How do I run and operate the SDI tool for the DI-6000 via command lines?
  • This tool enables service technicians to verify received signal, link status, and configuration.

Environment

  • Product Family: Display Interface
  • Product: DI-6000
  • Components:  SDI tool, PuTTY
  • Control System:

Answer/Steps

  1. Open Putty
    NOTE: To log in with dakeng please reference How to log into DI-6000 using PuTTY, DD3282244 on procedure to log in.
  2. sditool rx dump
  3. dumps all registers specific to receiving SDI and shows link status
  4. Rev 06 and earlier: sditool rx dump cardid=1 core=x clear_sticky=1 
    • cardid=1 - This will always equal 1 for DI-6000.
    • core=0 or 1 - Indicates which SDI port to read status for, 0=E, 1=F.
    Rev 07 and later: sditool rx dump --cardid 1 --core x --clear_sticky 1 
    • cardid 1 - This will always equal 1 for DI-6000.
    • core 0 or 1 - Indicates which SDI port to read status for, 0=E, 1=F.

KB ID: DD3315011


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