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Changing assigned module FCT id

Changing assigned module FCT id

Changing assigned module FCT id

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Hi Everybody,
Please guide me to modify the assigned module's fct id from 2 to 1 to make it a PRI from CAS.


LTG 1 LTU 5 SRCGRP 1 ALARMNO-LTU 0
-----+-----------+--------+---+-+-+---+-+------------+------------+------------
| | | |S|H|AL-|N| | |
| ASSIGNED | MODULE |FCT|E|W|ARM|P| INSERTED | HW- | MODULE
PEN | MODULE | TYPE |ID |C|Y|NO |R| MODULE |STATE INFO | STATUS
-----+-----------+--------+---+-+-+---+-+------------+------------+------------
1 | Q2226-X200 DIUT2-E1 2 0| | Q2226-X200 | 1 -08 - | READY


It is not allowing me delete the location either so that I can add a new one.

DELETE-BCSU:MTYPE=DIU,LTG=1,LTU=5,SLOT=1;
H500: AMO BCSU STARTED
F10: MODULE LINE CIRCUITS NOT DELETED

Please help

RE: Changing assigned module FCT id

You have a trunk configured already on that card - you have to 'work backwards' to remove the trunk and associated routing to bring it back to a 'bare card'.
It might be easier to provide a new card and set that up - or bring in an external tech

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