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3300 Maintenance Commands

3300 Maintenance Commands

3300 Maintenance Commands

Please can one help with docs explaining the output of "Resource PLID" particularly what the Transmit/Receive Links & Channels and Links of the Originator and Terminator mean.
Cracking Noise appears occasionally on external Calls which I want to trace to the affecting PRI/ISDN channel. There is Circuit Location e.g 1 3 1 3 30, Receive Link & channel #s, Transmit Link & Channel #s. Which channel# should I give the PSTN/CO tech as the logical E1 channel to look at.

RE: 3300 Maintenance Commands

You can type LOCATE PLID 1 3 1 3 30. It will identify the device at that address.

I suppose you're entitled to your opinion, I'm just not going to suppose very hard.

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