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ROLM 9751 (9005) Powerup Issues

ROLM 9751 (9005) Powerup Issues

ROLM 9751 (9005) Powerup Issues

(OP)
I have a 9005 Mod. 10 that took a power hit (it was on a UPS/APC), but now I have phones (RP240's) that are blinking and not able to take calls. I also have RP120 with no issues at all as well as the analog phones.

 What should I look for to see what is casuing the issue(s) or is there away to do a quick reset of the entire system to see if this corrects the problem?


 

RE: ROLM 9751 (9005) Powerup Issues

Sounds like some of the cards did not come back up, 1st type in LIST DOWN to see if anything is down. If so VERFIFY CARD to make sure the switch is see the card, if the card verfies go into DIAG and UP the PAD of the card.

OLD ROLMEN WORKING ON NORTELS AND AVAYA

RE: ROLM 9751 (9005) Powerup Issues

(OP)
I see that PAD 0103 is soft downed:
       CHANNELS SOFT DOWNED
       CARD  0103--  DID8

I tried downing and upping the PAD and they still shown down.

 What else can I try?

RE: ROLM 9751 (9005) Powerup Issues

Are the phones that aren't working on one or more than one card.

OLD ROLMEN WORKING ON NORTELS AND AVAYA

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