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DEFINITY EXP-LINK

DEFINITY EXP-LINK

DEFINITY EXP-LINK

(OP)
I have switch with one EPN. When I remove the EPN the expansion alarm occure and I can't clear it. Can someone halp to clear that alarm because I don't wont to use EPN anymore.

RE: DEFINITY EXP-LINK

You must first remove the fiber links, both sets if operating with duplication

RE: DEFINITY EXP-LINK

(OP)
Thank's but can you be more specific about hoe to do that.

RE: DEFINITY EXP-LINK

Vasko,

You need to know if your switch is a G3r or G3si.
With an G3r you will need to remove the fiber link.

Asuming you system is a G3si. And the EPN you want to remove had the Circuit Packs number like this: 2A01xx.
Do a "list station port 02" to make sure there are no translations in your EPN anymore.

Then give the command "change circuit-packs 2" and remove all translations for boards that where in the EPN.

Then remove the Expansion Interface in your PPN and with
the command "change circuit-packs 1" remove the translations for that circuit pack..

if your system is a G3r let us know cause then things are different

On the otherhand why do you want to remove the EPN, cause for load-balancing purposes it might be recommended to keep the EPN


Please let me know if the information that was provided is helpfull.
Edwin Plat
A.K.A. Europe

RE: DEFINITY EXP-LINK

(OP)
It's work. Thank you.

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