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SCSYS message from pbx

SCSYS message from pbx

SCSYS message from pbx

I have not been able to find an entry for the system message 'SCSYS'.  It doesn't seem to be a critical alarm, but our alarm management software recognizes it as a SYS alarm.  Can anyone shed some light on what this message actually indicates?


RE: SCSYS message from pbx

can you capure the error and post

RE: SCSYS message from pbx


RE: SCSYS message from pbx

i have not seen this error nor can I find it on the Nortel WEB. When do you see this? is it with a time stamp, audit, or anyother message? How often - is it only when midnight runs?

RE: SCSYS message from pbx

It comes just as that.  We work in a remote center/NOC where this message would come from a PBX that is monitored by a SEB and supporting equipment to collect the alarms.  We haven't been able to find any info from Nortel documents as well.  The people in charge of programming the SEB's claim it nothing to do with the Seb itself.  So we are kinda at a lost ourselfs.  The Beb is not programmed to report any audit, bug, sch, or info errors so I don't know what is printed along with this error.  This happens infrequently but enough to raise the question.  

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