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sabirawan (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
22 Jul 09 6:01
Hi Guys,
I have 81C system,The guy who is managing  Billing S/W named as (Telman) is facing issue , that J25 port of each Core gives output as only when it is active , while for budgeting we need a port which gives output 24/7 basis.I also checked J13 ,J21 , J15 all they are unserviceable .While J14 is used for CDR working fine. Now as we had alloted some budjet to each of our subscriber and at particular budget NCOS of that particular ext change automatically by this budgeting s/w.So if J25 is connected to that core which is not active and is standby mode then budjeting does not takes place.

Queastion.
1. How can i made the TTY ports(J13 ,J21 & J15) serviceable.
2. How can i dedicate   any port which work 24/7 for telman manager irrespective of which CPU(Core ) is active   

SL1M1 (TechnicalUser)
22 Jul 09 6:17
Sounds like you require an SDI output for CDR which needs configuring in your CFN (Configuration)Software

your referring to CPU (Cores)J21 and J13/J15 SDIPaddleBoard all physical connections which you suggest one of your ports J14 is actually configured for CDR and dip switches set accordingly off the SDIPaddleBoard?

Check LD 37 / .STAT TTY

.ENL TTY X (Enables)
.DIS TTY X (Disables)


Cheers!!
 
firebirdscrambler (Programmer)
22 Jul 09 6:41
The J25 port is the maintainence port for the active CPU. Go into LD 37 and print STAT to list all of your TTY's.

All the best

  Firebird Scrambler
Meridian Programmer in the UK
http://www.linkedin.com/in/davidbromley

Useful Nortel forum at www.tspforum.com

If it's working, then leave it alone!.
 

sabirawan (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
22 Jul 09 7:37
After getting stat  i found tty 14 DSBL , tried to enable that but in vein, still DSBL,
I need any port which should work 24/7 irrespective of which CPU is active.   

firebirdscrambler (Programmer)
22 Jul 09 7:45
Can you print off the ADAN TTY's and let us see them please?.

All the best

  Firebird Scrambler
Meridian Programmer in the UK
http://www.linkedin.com/in/davidbromley

Useful Nortel forum at www.tspforum.com

If it's working, then leave it alone!.
 

rachelle (TechnicalUser)
22 Jul 09 9:13
This TTY being disabled may be the normal state, unless your CDR software is pulling data from the switch.  We use TM3.2 and when it goes to the PBX to pull traffic it goes in on a dedicated TTY.  This TTY always shows as DSBL when TM3.2 is not actively pulling records.


rlc

no matter where you go, there you are.

SL1M1 (TechnicalUser)
22 Jul 09 11:12
Don't get confused with what's configured and your physical positions...TTY 14 doesn't necessarily mean J14...As FireBird requests lets have a look at whats programmed on your ADAN's please

Cheers!!
sabirawan (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
23 Jul 09 4:51
I got that TTY 14 is used by Element Manager so when this port is in use it shows enable .Now pl tell me how can i check that which physical port (J13,14,15,21,25 ) against which tty , also tell me i have two tty ports which are giving no data ,How can i rectify those ports.


LD 37   
.Stat TTY
 
TTY  0 : ENBL
TTY  1 : ENBL
TTY  2 : ENBL   DES: cdr
TTY  3 : ENBL
TTY  4 : ENBL   DES: budgeting
TTY  5 : ENBL
TTY  7 : ENBL   DES: TTY_FOR_MAT
TTY  8 : ENBL   DES: CORE1_MTC
TTY  9 : ENBL   DES: CORE1_MTC
TTY  10 : ENBL   DES: CORE1_MTC_CDR
TTY  11 : ENBL   DES: CORE1_CDR
TTY  14 : ENBL   DES: element



LD 17
PRT ADAN

ADAN     TTY 0
  CTYP QSDI
  GRP  0
  DNUM 0
  DES  
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC
  XSM  YES
  TTYLOG       0
  BANR YES


ADAN     TTY 1
  CTYP QSDI
  GRP  0
  DNUM 1
  DES  
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC SCH CTY BUG
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG       0
  BANR YES


ADAN     TTY 2
  CTYP SDI  
  GRP  0
  DNUM 2
  DES  cdr
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC SCH CTY
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG       0
  BANR YES


ADAN     TTY 3
  CTYP SDI  
  GRP  0
  DNUM 3
  DES  
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC SCH BUG
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG       0
  BANR YES

ADAN     TTY 4
  CTYP CPSI
  DNUM 4
  PORT 0
  DES  budgeting
  BPS  1200
  BITL 8
  STOP 1
  PARY NONE
  FLOW NO  
  USER SCH
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG       0
  BANR YES

ADAN     TTY 5
  CTYP CPSI
  DNUM 5
  PORT 1
  DES  
  BPS  9600
  BITL 8
  STOP 1
  PARY NONE
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG       1
  BANR YES

ADAN     TTY 7
  CTYP PTY  
  DNUM 7
  PORT 0
  DES  TTY_FOR_MAT
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC SCH BUG
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG       0
  BANR YES
 
ADAN     TTY 8
  CTYP XSDI
  GRP  0
  DNUM 8
  DES  CORE1_MTC
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC TRF SCH BUG
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG    5000
  BANR YES

ADAN     TTY 9
  CTYP XSDI
  GRP  0
  DNUM 9
  DES  CORE1_MTC
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC TRF SCH BUG
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG    5000
  BANR YES

ADAN     TTY 10
  CTYP XSDI
  GRP  0
  DNUM 10
  DES  CORE1_MTC_CDR
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC TRF SCH CTY BUG
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG    5000
  BANR YES
 
ADAN     TTY 11
  CTYP XSDI
  GRP  0
  DNUM 11
  DES  CORE1_CDR
  FLOW NO  
  USER CTY
  XSM  NO  

ADAN     TTY 14
  CTYP PTY  
  DNUM 14
  PORT 3
  DES  element
  FLOW NO  
  USER MTC SCH BUG
  XSM  NO  
  TTYLOG       0
  BANR YES

Question Repeated.
Now I got that  TTY 14 is used by Element Manager so when this port is in use it shows enable .Now pl tell me how can i check that which physical port (J13,14,15,21,25 ) against which tty , also tell me i have two tty ports which are giving no data ,How can i rectify those ports.

 

SL1M1 (TechnicalUser)
23 Jul 09 6:42
Your QSDI's relating to your Quad SDI PaddleBoard, addesses and speeds are set on it's DIP switches, TTY Numbers configured in software with USR defined. These are physically connected via 'Ribbon Cable' to J13, J14 & J15 QSDI ports 1,2 & 3 Remembering port '0' usually dedicated to your SystemMonior 'XSM'

Your TTY14 is programmed in software as a PSEUDO (ELAN) connection


Cheers!!
 
rachelle (TechnicalUser)
23 Jul 09 9:40
Manually trace the ribbon cable from the J slot to the paddle board.  If you can see the DIPs, you will need to read them, to determine what is physically attached to that port.  Wear your glasses and have a flashlight.


rlc

no matter where you go, there you are.

sabirawan (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
24 Jul 09 8:52
I got that ribbon cable and reached from where thay r coming , now look only J14 ie tty 2 is working   is working , while tty 1 & 3 are not working , now tell me how can i rectify these tty ports .

Regards to all

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