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SX2000 and Opsman question

SX2000 and Opsman question

SX2000 and Opsman question

(OP)
Aren't you guys glad you can use some of this old knowledge?

I've run into a little issue with sync'ing OPSMan where the Tel Dir's on 2 systems have different names for an extension.

I remember how to fix this for the most part but not the exact commands.

What I remember is that you delete the names on both systems manually and then run a command to delete the "vectors" that need to sync (OPSMan has nothing to gather and propogate) Then you add the name back in on the primary system and re-sync the network elements.

I'm having issues finding that command to remove the "Vectors" (If vectors is not the correct term, hopefully you know what I mean)

EDIT: I may be misremembering and that the command that I'm looking for was on the 3300, not the 2K. If someone can confirm that, I'd be satisfied.

EDIT2: Yes it was a 3300 command, found an old 3300 3.3 tech handbook from 2004 and it says

PENDING CHANGES DELETE
PENDING CHANGES DISPLAY ALL
PENDING CHANGES DISPLAY COUNT
PENDING CHANGES DISPLAY NEW <number>
PENDING CHANGES GENERATE <string> BLANK
PENDING CHANGES GENERATE BLANK BLANK
PENDING CHANGES GENERATE BLANK <string>

RE: SX2000 and Opsman question

You'd want to remove the incorrect entry in Remote Directory Numbers, then either make a change on the correct entry and run a full synchronization, or do a full propogate to the node you removed the incorrect entry from to get a full copy of the correct directory in it.

RE: SX2000 and Opsman question

(OP)
I'm not doing a full sync on a fragile system with over 5000 Tel Dir Entries.

I'd rather have 1 sync issue than hundreds thank you very much.

I've going to try deleting the name off of both systems, perform a sync, delete pending changes via OPSMan for the specific name, sync again hopefully with no errors and then manually program the name on the primary system and attempt the sync again.

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