SES-2 and Secondary Subenclosures

Zachary West zachary_west at
Fri May 23 06:15:06 PDT 2008

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Apologies if I've missed a particular part of the spec, but I was unable
to find the answer to these questions.
With multiple secondary subenclosures which may or may not support some
of the optional pages, how should the primary subenclosure deal with
secondary subenclosures which do not support a page? Ignore and continue
with the others?
If the primary subenclosure does not implement a particular diagnostic
page, but a secondary subenclosure does, should the primary subenclosure
return no data, as if the page was not implemented? Or, should it use
the secondary subenclosure's response as its own?
Zachary West
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