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  • #45220 Reply
    Ninoy
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    Can anyone help me to check/cancel 7608 alarms. thanks

    #45221 Reply
    duo_spam
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    ZEOL;BCF= #,NR = 7608;

    Note: you will see the alarm 7608 with the the equivalent number. i think it is 4 to five numbers. inside the parenthesis.

    ZEOR; (input the equivalent number)

    #45222 Reply
    Ninoy
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    thanks duo_spam! May I also know about 7745 alarm, what does it suggest??why does it occur frequently on several of our trx.. anyone please??? How can we cancel these from reoccuring again.. thanks!!!

    #45223 Reply
    patrick
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    example:

    EOL::NR=7745,; to see only alarm 7745

    ** ALARM TRX -003 C74929B
    (16095) 7745 CHANNEL FAILURE RATE ABOVE DEFINED THRESHOLD
    02 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 100d

    ZERO:25:16095;

    ZERO: n° bcf: n° alarm;

    Last number is very important,
    if the alarm come back, you have a really problem.

    If you have 100D = 100% failure

    CHECK:

    – ROSS feeder
    – change TRX
    – change copler

    If it is not material, check channel plan frequencie.

    good luck.

    #45224 Reply
    FLM member
    Guest

    HI Dears,

    Would you please do me a favor and help me with some problems?
    We have some alarms that occure repeatedly like 7745 & 7743 on all TRxs.
    What does the numbers and letters
    mean?
    (02 01 00 00 00 ….. etc)
    I look forward to your reply.
    Thanks & Best regards.

    #45225 Reply
    ol
    Guest

    02 sdcch, 01 tsl number, 100 -100% failures on this channel.

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