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What is my clocking?

What is my clocking?

What is my clocking?

(OP)
Want to preface that this is really deep into PBX commands for me.

From what I found on this site and others, I was able to get the information below. After disabling and re-enabling, it goes back to DTI061.

Carrier said "Please check and verify the clocking on the PRI card in the PBX and advise. It should be set to ‘external’ in order to receive clocking from the serial WIC in our router."

My question is, how do I check what the PBX clocking is set to?


CODE -->

dis cc 0

.ssck 0

DSBL 

IP DB PORT 1  DSBL 
IP DB PORT 2  DSBL 
IP DB PORT 3  DSBL 
IP DB PORT 4  DSBL 
CALL SERVER CLK SRC: CC
.enl cc 0

OK
.ssck 0

ENBL 
CLOCK ACTIVE 
CLOCK CONTROLLER - TRACK ON SLOT 1 
PREF - 1 
SREF - FREE RUN
AUTO SWREF CLK - ENBL
NO ERROR

IP DB PORT 1  DSBL 
IP DB PORT 2  DSBL 
IP DB PORT 3  DSBL 
IP DB PORT 4  DSBL 
CALL SERVER CLK SRC: CC

ssck 0

ENBL 
CLOCK ACTIVE 
CLOCK CONTROLLER - 
DTI061 

PREF - 1 
SREF - FREE RUN
AUTO SWREF CLK - ENBLRRRRRR

IP DB PORT 1  DSBL 
IP DB PORT 2  DSBL 
IP DB PORT 3  DSBL 
IP DB PORT 4  DSBL 
CALL SERVER CLK SRC: CC
.
DTA015 1 

.lcnt


PRI TRK  LOOP 1 
TRSH CNT:
BPV     -000 
SLIPD   -281 
SLIPR   -000 
CRC     -000 
LOSFA   -003 
OS_BPV  -000 
OS_LOSFA-003 
OS_YEL  -000 

RE: What is my clocking?

Your clocking refers to the link from your ISDN trunks to your local telco exchange. It keeps the circuit in sync

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RE: What is my clocking?

(OP)
Is there a way to tell if the PBX is set to internal or external?

RE: What is my clocking?

This is what you want to see

ENBL
CLOCK ACTIVE
CLOCK CONTROLLER - TRACK ON SLOT 1
PREF - 1
SREF - FREE RUN
AUTO SWREF CLK - ENBL
NO ERROR

IP DB PORT 1 DSBL
IP DB PORT 2 DSBL
IP DB PORT 3 DSBL
IP DB PORT 4 DSBL
CALL SERVER CLK SRC: CC

The DTI061 is more than likely a span issue with the PRI and it's not able to clock properly

DTI0061 Supposed to track on primary but hardware is free run.

RE: What is my clocking?

(OP)
I see the correct result after disabling and re-enabling it, but for just a second then it gives the errors.

This area is new to me and I don't really understand most of what's displayed in ssck or ld 73.

Problem is, I just can't find any information on how to tell if clocking is internal or external.

RE: What is my clocking?

(OP)
Looks like I may have stumbled across it...

LD 22
and down below it shows CLOK EXT

RE: What is my clocking?

LD 60
SSCK 0

will stat the clock

LCNT will list the trash counters
RCNT will reset the trash counters

LD 73 is just where you configure the clock controller nit where you actually see if it is clocking properly

As long as the SSCK 0 shows it locked to the appropriate card then all is good

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