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Attendant Console Receiving alarms

Attendant Console Receiving alarms

Attendant Console Receiving alarms

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Our attendant console on our Siemens HiCom has started sending alarm every morning.  The alarm that keeps posting is:
F2102 M4 N3277 NO ACT UNIX4 1X

I have checked everything in the unit and cannot understand why this is happening every night after midnight.  

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

RE: Attendant Console Receiving alarms

Do sta-hista (stahista for EMML) and choose 'searchb' for your search type.  Put in a date and time for beginning and end of alarm window and look through the messages.  One of my favorites because I'm not on a contract is "Monitor cannot call.  Call for service" which means there is no valid phone number for the monitor 3 to dial or the phone line to it is disconnected.

If you are running dual processors - with one in standby and the other active they switch off each night.  It could have something to do with the second processor.  Keep an eye on which one has A and which one has S.  If they're always the same there may be an issue there.

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