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buscspea (TechnicalUser) (OP)
18 Sep 09 8:10
I have a minor alarm (MN) showing on the console. Viewing the history file from ld 22 reveals a couple of errors


TIM000 08:28  18/9/2009 CPU 0
%
% ERR4019 500  
%
% QOS015 QoS warning R factor:[22.8] % in zone [1]
%
% AUD000
%
% AUD000

 TIM000 11:00  18/9/2009 CPU 0
%
% ERR130 88 0 0 27

Could anyone help me with what they mean and where i should look to solve them?
 
firebirdscrambler (Programmer)
18 Sep 09 8:23
If you log in via the command line, you can key in the error code e.g. >err err4019

Invalid DN was sent from a VAS when requesting Message Waiting Indicator (MWI) update. Output: The affected DN. Action:  Check the DN. It may have been removed in the Meridian 1, but not the VAS.
Severity:  Minor

This means that extension 500 might not exist now, but there is a mailbox associated with it.

> ERR ERR130

Invalid DN hunting data. Action:  Check that the hunt DN defined for the TN is correct.
Severity:  Minor

This means that TN 88 0 0 27 needs checking to see if the HUNT, FDN, EHT, EFD settings are correct.


  

All the best

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

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

buscspea (TechnicalUser) (OP)
25 Sep 09 7:13
Thanks for quick response Firebird Scrambler. I have only just had chance to look at this again!

Chris

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