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XMI000 on Fiber Remote IPE

XMI000 on Fiber Remote IPE

(OP)
Cabinet keeps going down for last 3 weeks off and on. Finally been able to capture info shortly after it goes down (usually by the time I get an alarm and get in the switch all I see are the RSIG link codes_history has already been written over). I have replaced controllers, network cards, had fiber checked, had UPS checked...

As you can see I got in remotely (everything was up) at 7:39pm and shortly after 8pm down it went.

The XPECs both show enabled and the loop is up. There is hardly any traffic at this time of night. It is a federal building and only 2 guards are there.

Any suggestions?
Thanks!


% TTY #01 LOGGED OUT 15:44  15/11/2010
% SESSION DURATION:  00:05
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% DTC001
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% TIM719 16:00  15/11/2010 CPU 0
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% DTC001
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%  TFS401 37 24 22  4 0 12 5 10
% XMI000 40 : Msg from shelf 0: XPEC error #0001
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% TIM719 17:00  15/11/2010 CPU 0
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% XMI000 40 : Msg from shelf 0: XPEC error #0001
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% DTC001
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% TIM719 18:00  15/11/2010 CPU 0
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% TIM719 19:00  15/11/2010 CPU 0
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% TTY #02 LOGGED IN 19:39  15/11/2010
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% TTY #02 LD 032 19:39 16  15/11/2010
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% TTY #02 LOGGED OUT 19:39  15/11/2010
% SESSION DURATION:  00:00
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% TIM719 20:00  15/11/2010 CPU 0
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 52 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 52 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 52 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 52 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 52 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 52 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI001 52  0 8  XMLC
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% XMI002 52  0 8  XMLC
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% TIM719 21:00  15/11/2010 CPU 0
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized
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% XMI000 40 : RSIG link lost on Port #0 - Reinitialized

RE: XMI000 on Fiber Remote IPE

one end of the link is dropping.. could be either card or the fiber itself.  

john poole
bellsouth business
columbia,sc

RE: XMI000 on Fiber Remote IPE

(OP)
What do you mean by either card? We have replaced BOTH controllers and it is still the same. Rolled Network cards, still the same. The fiber people say the fiber is good.

RE: XMI000 on Fiber Remote IPE

log into the MMI of the fiber unit and check it for errors.

also,  see if there is an issue with the power for the fiber boxes.

We had to replace the Fiber Multi IPE housing once (the metal box), there was a problem with the board inside, since you replace the card, it might be the box itself maybe......

 

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