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IOD332 11 2 Error code.

IOD332 11 2 Error code.

IOD332 11 2 Error code.

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I am getting an error code of IOD332 11 2, anyone know what this is pointing to? Here's what the NTP had as discription of error:

IOD0322 Int detected: unconfig'd IO device; grp X at vaddr Y device has been H/W
disabled
Action:
Severity: Critical. Critical to Monitor: No. SNMP trap: Yes

Not sure what I am looking for? Any help would be appreciated. I believe this is pointing to a TTY Port with an issue. My TTY port for Maintenance Terminal is in the following state: TTY 11 : ENBL NRDY DES: MAINTTERM STATE: ENBL NRDY SUBSTATE: DTR/CTS DOWN TARGET: ENBL OPER

I had noticed another post from a few years ago with a scimilar code and after looking I think this is the issue. Can anyone verify so I am not looking at the wrong issue? The onsite Terminal is connected from what I understand and has been "in-use" in the past.

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