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XMI001 and XMI002

XMI001 and XMI002

XMI001 and XMI002

(OP)
Greetings,

I'm getting the following errors on my CS1k system that I've adopted through a retirement/promotion.

XMI001 104 1 10 EXUT
XMI002 104 1 10 EXUT

From what I've been able to find this is a card that is not responding. How do I find the card and determine if it needs to be replaced?

RE: XMI001 and XMI002

That card would be in superloop 104, shelf 1, slot 10. Looks to be a trunk card???

RE: XMI001 and XMI002

(OP)
I believe I found the card and it is has MC32S on the top and NTDW65AA on it. If I print the TNs for 104 1 10 I get multiples of this:

DES MC32S
TN 104 1 10 00
TYPE VGW
CUST 0
XTRK MC32
ZONE 00002

RE: XMI001 and XMI002

You have a 32 port Media Gateway card. The chances are that it's no longer in use.
Depending upon the release of your system, it have have become redundant.

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RE: XMI001 and XMI002

(OP)
Thank you both. We're working on retiring the system so as long as nobody complains I'll just ignore it for now.

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