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2000 IVS (2) down

2000 IVS (2) down

2000 IVS (2) down

I have a NEC 2000(2)down. When I got on site the 8 port co card was flashing. I installed backup but when I do a reset co's start flashing again. In cmd E5 co's ok and cmd10 trunks are assigned.
What do you think is going on??  

RE: 2000 IVS (2) down

i take it you are backing up before a restart ???

RE: 2000 IVS (2) down

You may need to reload your base software again.  I have seen that before when I only had 48 port software loaded and I had a card in a slot past the 1st 48 ports.  Atleast I think that is what was happening. You may only have to load your software keys loaded in f80>01,02,03,etc

RE: 2000 IVS (2) down

Back to basics, have you actually got dial tone on these circuits? What ever brought down your system may have affected other services. Sorry if this is obvious but I once talked a guy through 30 mins of checks only to find he didn't have the equipment turned on.

RE: 2000 IVS (2) down

Which LT slot is this CO card in?

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