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NICE Logger

NICE Logger

NICE Logger

(OP)
Hi all i have this msg error in the logs from the logger.
WARN:   ETAI3_CheckAllBoards: Board error was reset, <Board, Line, ErrorIndex, ErrCount, FrameLength> 0 2 2 0 1 11/18/2007.

Thanks

RE: NICE Logger

login into nice perform check status of your channels. check to see if status is not ok. this error can mean a trunk error. also what version of logger is it?

RE: NICE Logger

i meant nice monitor not perform

RE: NICE Logger

Plug something into that port on the coupler that is connected to board 0 (rightmost board when looking at the back of logger) and watch that error magically disappear.  Or you can just unconfigure the unused trunks.

That error is not generally a bad one.  Just means the Logger doesn't see anything connected to that board and Port.  Usually because there isn't.

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(OP)
Thanks every one for you respond.

But the card is on the board and connected.

Regards

RE: NICE Logger

what version of logger is it have you checked nice monitor is the latest sp loaded as i remember an issue with etai 1 and etai 2 that an sp resolved

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