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NO phones RSIG link lost on Port #0

NO phones RSIG link lost on Port #0

(OP)
Keep getting this error and have not phones was thinking Controller card.  Can anyone please give thoughts or suggestions or confirm?

XMI000 28 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized

XMI000 4 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized

XMI000 28 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized

XMI000 4 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
 

RE: NO phones RSIG link lost on Port #0

(OP)
BUMP
ANY INFO
SYSTEM DOWN

RE: NO phones RSIG link lost on Port #0

LD 32
.DSXP x (x = controller number to that shelf)

Power down shelf. Reseat controller.
Power up shelf

LD 32
.ENXP x

Looks like that shelf services 2 loops, 4 and 28.  


 

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