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Option11C errors

Option11C errors

Option11C errors

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Good Morning,

I purchased a second hand option 11c cabinet and was looking to configure it as a homelab with simple use which I have had some success with so far thanks in part to helpful people on this forum.

I have been trying to get a bunch of the old programming off of it and keep getting these error messages repeatedly every 15 seconds or so which makes it very disruptive to keep track of things. How do I solve this?

CODE -->

TMDI210 1

IOD040 03

BERR705 EXC 0: Bus Error in Task "tSL1" (0x207ec2a0)
       SR=0x3008, PC=0x10f42cb6, Addr=0xb000c150, SSW=0x105

BERR705 EXC 0: Bus Error in Task "tSL1" (0x207ec2a0)
       SR=0x3008, PC=0x10f42cb6, Addr=0xb000c150, SSW=0x105 

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!

Thanks,
werman

RE: Option11C errors

I would log into the system and in LD 43, key in DAT to see if the Option_11c is backing up its data OK. I would also get the information for the keycodes and parameters in case the software needs to be installed again.

Also do a EDD in LD 43 to confirm that the data is being backed up.

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RE: Option11C errors

TMDI210 appears to be complaining about a TMDI card which would likely be for a PRI trunk in slot 1. Since this is in a home lab you probably don't have PRI trunks. Maybe you don't even have a TMDI card.
The IOD040 3 is probably a D-channel configured on that TMDI card.
Just guessing though.
Maybe post the CFN from LD 22.

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