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NBX100, T1/ PRI Card - Are they AutoSensing?

NBX100, T1/ PRI Card - Are they AutoSensing?

Question, when service is disrupted on the T1/ PRI card in the NBX100's will the cards "AutoSense" and restore service or do they require a reboot or reset? My card in my switch shows "Online" but the individual PRI channels show "Offline".

RE: NBX100, T1/ PRI Card - Are they AutoSensing?

The cards "SHOULD" come back online when the PRI is back online.
YMMV - Sometimes you may have to reboot the card...
What software version are you running on the NBX?

RE: NBX100, T1/ PRI Card - Are they AutoSensing?

release 4.3.7 i believe.

RE: NBX100, T1/ PRI Card - Are they AutoSensing?

did you mean 4.3.17 ?
If so, you are running the latest version of the software.

RE: NBX100, T1/ PRI Card - Are they AutoSensing?

correct... it appears that our "T1" card has taken a bad hit may be the culprit. Have tech headed out now to take a peak and swap out if needed.

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