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CS1000E CEQU PRI

CS1000E CEQU PRI

CS1000E CEQU PRI

(OP)
Below is a screenshot of CEQU on a release 7.6 cs1000e.
Why is the DCH value shown on some PRIs as DCH 23 and some 24 and how do you change the value.
I just added PRI Loop 84 and it automatically set the DCH as 24.
I don't recall a parameter in LD 17 that allows me to define 23 or 24.
Does Loop 84 think it is a T1 rather than PRI?

CODE -->

DLOP  NUM  DCH FRM TMDI LCMT YALM T1TE TRSH MG_CARD
   TRK  062 24  ESF NO   B8S  FDL  -    00 000  0  05
   PRI  063 23  ESF NO   B8S  FDL  -    00 004  0  05
        080 23  ESF NO   B8S  FDL  -    00 028  0  01
        081 23  ESF NO   B8S  FDL  -    00 032  0  01
        082 23  ESF NO   B8S  FDL  -    00 028  0  02
        083 23  ESF NO   B8S  FDL  -    00 032  0  02
        084 24  ESF NO   B8S  FDL  -    00 028  0  05 

RE: CS1000E CEQU PRI

do they all have DCH configured or are they NFAS? all ours have individual DCH's so they all show 24 can you prt the dch's

RE: CS1000E CEQU PRI

(OP)
No NFAS here.
All my circuits are PRI that have their own D channel.
This particular PRI is going to be configured as a TIE line to a Cisco router.
I will be using a UDT card that has yet to be placed in a 1010 shelf.
I know once I install the card I will need to make a serial connection to config the card but until I get the card, I wanted to go ahead and config the PRI then ADAN the route etc.
I see nothing in the NTP that shows how to set the value and what it really means.

This is what the book shows. I see no parameter that is relative to a 23 or 24 DCH value.

CODE -->

Gate Opener: CEQU (Common Equipment)
Prompt Response Comment REQ: CHG Request
TYPE: CEQU Change to Common Equipment parameters
- DDCS 0-159 Loop number for DPNSS/DASS hardware
- DTCS 1-159 Digital Trunk Channel Switches
- XCT a...a Extended Conference/TDS/MFS
- MGTDS aaa bbb Configuring 2 Media Gateway TDS loops simultaneously.
- MGCONF aaa bbb ccc ddd Configuring up to 4 Media Gateway conference loops simultaneously.
- IPCONF 0–255 Virtual IP conference loop.
LD 17: Configuration Record 1
Prompt Response Comment - IPTONE 0–255 Virtual IP Tone loop.
- IPMG supl sh Superloop and shelf of IPMG on which the MGTDS is associated.
- DTDT aaa Dial Tone Detector Test (aaa = NO, TDS, or EXT)
- - CODE x xx xx xx Code (CODE response is defined on x xx xx xx)
- - TN l s c u Valid Terminal Number that when accessed returns a test tone
- MG_CARD supl sh card MG card assigned to superloop
- MODE aaaa Mode of operation (aaaa = PRI, or TRK)
- - TMDI (YES) NO TMDI Card (Mode set to PRI OR TRK)
- - LCMT aaa Line Coding Method (aaa = (B8S) or AMI)
- - YALM aaa Yellow Alarm Method (aaa = (FDL) or DG2)
- - TITE (0) 2 T1 transmit Equalization
- - TRSH 0-15 Threshold
- - DTIC 0, 4, 8,...254 Starting network loop slot for PRI/DTI card
- PRI2 0-255 2.0 Mb/s Primary Rate Interface or PRI loop number
- APVL 0-159 Analog Private Virtual Loop for virtual TN or channel ID
- DTI2 0-255 2.0 Mb/s Digital Trunk Interface or DTI loop number
- JDMI 0-255 Japan Digital Multiplexer Interface loop number
- EXT0 x aaa bbb Extenders for CPU 0 to Network (EXT0 ranges are defined on x aaa bbb)
- - CNI s p g Core to Network Interface card location To delete use: s p xg
- EXT1 x aaa bbb Extenders for CPU 1 to Network (EXT1 ranges are defined on x aaa bbb)
- - CNI s p g Core to Network Interface card location To delete use: s p xg
- SYNM (0)-5 Synchronization Mode
- - MSDT 0-159 Main Synchronization DTSL
- - SSDT 0-159 Standby Synchronization DTSL 

RE: CS1000E CEQU PRI

(OP)
All Loops in my switch are configured as PRI. When printing CEQU in LD 22, some show DCH as 23 and some show DCH as 24. I still don't understand or can find documentation that states what the DCH value is actually referring to. When adding a PRI in LD 17, I see no parameter that references this value. It just shows up as 24 instead of 23 like most others. I have no explaination as to how loop62 shows up as 24 either. This makes no sense. I hope someone out there can provide documentation or personal excrescence as to why this happens and exactly what it means. The next step in the building a PRI is to create the ADAN. I don't want to proceed until I get a good answer to this. Thanks to anyone who can explain the theory here.

RE: CS1000E CEQU PRI

What do you mean next step is to create an Adam?

RE: CS1000E CEQU PRI

(OP)
Yea, after I create an Adam, the next step after that is to create an Eve.

Actually, I figured this out. The format for DLOP is Loop/#of Channels/Framing.

RE: CS1000E CEQU PRI

so by ADAN you mean config the DCH? then I guess it says 24?

RE: CS1000E CEQU PRI

Yes in the CEQU when you get to DLOP you have to put a number in, I have never had it make a difference if i out 23 or 24

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Buddy

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RE: CS1000E CEQU PRI

You can put in 23 or 24, makes no difference. The paramater is there for fractional T-1's/PRI's. But truthfully, why ever use anything other than 24. After all you still have to configure the trunks in ld 14.

RE: CS1000E CEQU PRI

This setting is not for the D channel at all. It is a setting to state dd = maximum number of simultaneous voice
or data calls 0-(24). I had to look back in an old release 4.5 doc to find this

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