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Optical link errors on SX2000 MicroLite

Optical link errors on SX2000 MicroLite

Optical link errors on SX2000 MicroLite

When I show Stat Alarm I get Optical Link errors on 1/3/1 and 2/1/16. The MCC and The PSC. I have changed cabinets, Main Controllers, Peripheral Switch Controllers, and Control Resource Cards. I don't know what else to try and this product, as typical, is no longer supported by Mitel.



RE: Optical link errors on SX2000 MicroLite

this product is STILL supported by Mitel.  You will not get support if you don't maintain a certain software level.  Have you tried changing the FIM modules?  That's where I would start along with changing the fibres


RE: Optical link errors on SX2000 MicroLite

Thanks Mitelman. On the microlite cabinet 1 and cabinet 2 are in virtual cabinets in the same physical node. I do not see any conventional fiber connection between them, which leads me to believe it is done via the backplane. since I have used 2 separate cabinets (hence 2 separate backplanes I am still a little stumped. If I have misunderstood your post please elaborate as if I was in 3rd grade. ha ha

Thanks again for your help.

RE: Optical link errors on SX2000 MicroLite

Hmm, I wasn't reading correctly.  In your post you said "cabinets" so I thought you changed the per node.  I assume then that you changed out the main cabinet.  What you could try is checking the cards that are programmed in the system config in CDE.  Not sure if a fim will show up there.  I have not worked on a microlight in awhile so I am not sure what is supposed to be in the form.  If this alarm has been around for awhile, you could changed the alarm threshold for the category.  I would imagine that this is not affecting service.

Don't think this helps you too much, though....

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