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Definity Errpr Messages

Definity Errpr Messages

Definity Errpr Messages

Can someone please assist me w/deciphering the following error message

hyd-line - warning  rdy
dig-line - warning  rdy

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RE: Definity Errpr Messages

Error messages and alarms come with #s that say what they are.  If you look to those you can match them to the maintenance object in your maintenance manual and determine the exact problem.  Basic information; the phones (a hybrid line and a digital line) are in a ready state but at some point during the routine scheduled maintenance they returned an error message.  Do a 'st st x' (where x is the extension) for each to make sure everything is groovy and do a 'te st x l c' to clear the alarm.  Hope this helps.

RE: Definity Errpr Messages

If the test comes up with some error codes, you can look 'em up in the manuals or put them up here. If a station causes stranges troubles, you can always try a busyout station xxxx followed by a release station xxxx.
Hope this helps and good luck.
More questions? Put em up here.

Kind Regards,
Maarten Copini

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