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Routing Case definition in AXE switches

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    Soni
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    Hi

    When I have tried to zero a RC (ANRZI command) I get :

    FAULT CODE 52
    “CHANGE IN NON-OPERATING AREA IS IN PROGRESS”

    This problem is active from many days.

    When I’ve tried to end the procedure with ANRPE command a get an other FAULT CODE 26
    “NO CHANGE SPECIFIED”

    Can anyone help me if you also have faced this problem.
    Thank you

    #40453 Reply
    Scot
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    Hi Soni,

    Me too had this kind of problems very often…

    Send me your mail id to scorplund1976@yahoo.com

    Rgds

    #40454 Reply
    rajesh
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    Hi Soni,
    Pls do anrar:rc=(the rc); first and then do anrzi.

    This should work

    #40455 Reply
    Soni
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    Hello Rajesh

    I have tried all ANR** commands (except ANRSP) and I have received the same fault code:
    “CHANGE IN NON-OPERATING AREA IS IN PROGRESS”
    I know how this problem occured.

    I think are used only these two commands.

    ANRZI:RC=xx;
    ANRPI:RC=xx;

    This way I can not zero a RC, because the procedure is not closed. I cann’t close the procedure because no changes are specified (ANRSI command).

    I want to know:How to find out the RC for which the procedure is not finished?

    Thank you

    #40456 Reply
    switch
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    Hi!you should do ANRPE and ANRAI command after anrpi. then ANRAR should do the trick to clear the error.

    regards,

    #40457 Reply
    Scot
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    I feel…

    Give ANRAI:RC=;
    Then ANRAR:RC=;
    Then ANRZI:RC=;

    Define it again

    Important you have to find for which you are hanging in the procedure

    RGDS

    #40458 Reply
    Luis
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    The problem is because someone send an ANRPE:RC=XX;

    So, who the hell knows which RC? (maybe you can search with alogfind, but what if no log available?).

    Solution:

    Continue with any definition:
    ANRSI:P01=1, R=xxxx, SP=MM1, BNT=1;
    ANRPE;

    Then, you can find the RC=XX just looking at ANRSP:RC=ALL, NOP;

    Done.

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