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SS PBX LINK FAILED

SS PBX LINK FAILED

SS PBX LINK FAILED

(OP)
Went into LD 117 and ran stat serv and this was me result below. Along with some other things acting weird, you can see my SS which is 10.10.75.15 (ELAN IP) shows up as failed and unknown. Any Ideas? This is a Single Core CS by the way. I'm also getting this error in my call servers tty
ELAN028 The following server failed to register it's pbxLink.
  IP <10.10.75.15>, host name <ucm>, server type <UNKN>. 

=> stat serv

NODE ELANIP          LDR  SRV             PBXLINK  HOSTNAME
ID                                        STATE
     10.10.75.43     NO   DSPLD           LINK UP  MGC
     APPS:     VGW
     PBXLINK DATE:   04/08/2023
     PBXLINK TIME:   22:06:15
     CONNECTID:      67f1138
     VGWs: [reg - 00032] [busy - 00000]

1    10.10.75.15     YES  UNKN            FAILED   ucm
     APPS:     LTPS
     PBXLINK DATE:   04/08/2023
     PBXLINK TIME:   22:05:17
     CONNECTID:      0


=> 

STAT CPU in LD 135 Responds with:
CCED000
.stat cpu

cp 0 10 PASS -- ENBL

SYSTEM STATE = NOT REDUNDANT (SINGLE)
DISK STATE = NOT REDUNDANT
HEALTH  = 14
VERSION = Dec  5 2012, 12:30:52
Side = 0, DRAM SIZE = 1006 MBytes

CP[0] located at IPMG [0 0 10]


cp 1 UNKNOWN PASS -- STDBY

SYSTEM STATE = NOT AVAILABLE
DISK STATE = UNKNOWN
HEALTH = 0
VERSION =
Side = 1, DRAM SIZE NOT AVAILABLE

CP[1] located at IPMG [UNKNOWN]

=========================================
Summary of Local System Resource (side 0)
=========================================
 File Descriptors
 -----------------
 alloc   78
  free 1970
 total 2048

 Unprotected Heap (bytes)
 ------------------------
 alloc   79561944
  free  439827448
 total  519389392

 Protected Heap (bytes)
 ----------------------
 alloc    2631908
  free    1562396
 total    4194304
. 

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RE: SS PBX LINK FAILED

(OP)
I'm still able to access ucm and make changes and whatnot but for whatever reason that displays as failed.

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RE: SS PBX LINK FAILED

I think you will need to remove any references to CPU 1. I wouldn't worry about it.

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RE: SS PBX LINK FAILED

(OP)
Alright, I’ll do that and report back. Any ideas on that “ucm link failed” thing though?

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RE: SS PBX LINK FAILED

so in the command line of the UCM (which by you status in LD 117 looks like its also running LTPS for IP Sets) if you do a pbxLinkShow I would imagine that you see it down which is what it is complaining about, also try servicesStatusShow do they all look to be running. I would guess the UCM is also running sig server so you should have an element manager for it? If so take a look at the node config in there.

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