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Help me with IP Office reset (IPGuru)

Help me with IP Office reset (IPGuru)

Help me with IP Office reset (IPGuru)

(OP)
When my IP Office reset itself I have on monitor this message:
4290280mS PRN: .FATAL TLB Data Error address=d5bb6c09 d=5 pc=ff5bd0c0 ff5be0d4 ff5bcfc4 ff500eec ff500cac ff5bdb7c IP 403 1.4(22)

Please tell me what is it that???
Is it that virus or something that??

RE: Help me with IP Office reset (IPGuru)

I have not seen this typoe of msg before & sugest you get your maintainer to refer the problem it to Avaya.

It may posibly be due to a config error but Jedi may know better - over to you jedi.

RE: Help me with IP Office reset (IPGuru)

(OP)
Thank you for answer.
I was sent my problem to Avaya and so we will see what they will answer me. I think that is big problem, because don`t exist time interval when IP Office made reset and an the other hand I was changed IP Office and I had same problem.

RE: Help me with IP Office reset (IPGuru)


FATAL TLB DATA error relates to H323 problems are you using VOIP if so its possible the ipoffice is havving a problem with data access.

Or possible NVRAM problems.


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