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Need help translating the data codes in Events Report

Need help translating the data codes in Events Report

Need help translating the data codes in Events Report

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Hi all, does anyone know if there are any online manuals where I could look up my Events Report codes? I have a G3siV6 which was handed over to me with no documentation. If not online, would you have the Doc. number(s) handy so that I could order them? Thanks, any help would be appreciated as we are currently experiencing occassional party line scenarios. Displaying errors and alarms both look clean.

RE: Need help translating the data codes in Events Report

Here's the link to the Call Vectoring and EAS Guide online for R9.5. The Event Type Report is in Appendix E, under "Tracking unexpected vector events". Coincidentally, I happened to be looking at this yesterday...

http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/definity/r9_5/230521_6.pdf

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