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21st January 2010 at 09:58 #60824ZbigniewGuest
what is meaning of the DX200 message number (here: 9389) and the message data (starting with 0C) in Service Terminal (ZDDS) ? Here is an example output:
MONITORING TIME: 2010-01-20 10:57:44.27
RECEIVED BY: 01B4 0000 00
MONITORED MESSAGE: 001F 4D5C 01BF 3BDB 00 19 0000 9389 0031
0C 7D 01 04 0D 0A 2A 00 01 22 00 00 21 00 00
I could not find any hints in NED on this topic. Is there any SW to transform this in text format ?
Zbigniew21st January 2010 at 12:57 #60825kamalGuest
in which unit & using what extension u r getting this output?21st January 2010 at 13:06 #60826ZbigniewGuest
the service terminal was started on the active MCMU of a BSC with MML command ZDDS:MCMU,0.
In the service terminal I used the commands
ZOEBF clear the monitoring buffer
ZOEQ destroy the monitoring buffer
ZOEBR::3FFFFF,0 set buffer size
ZOEC::SR:(NUM=9389) monitor message 9389
ZOEM start monitoring
ZOES stop monitoring after 10 min
ZOEG generate the output
Zbigniew23rd January 2010 at 11:25 #60827kamalGuest
Hi,check in our sharenet-IMS forum..I have posted doc about the service terminal extensions..
Kamal kotecha11th June 2010 at 05:52 #60828jackGuest
i can not find your sharenet-IMS forum.
please send me the URL.
firstname.lastname@example.org June 2010 at 06:19 #60829jackGuest
i want to know the purpose of this commands?
and what is the description of message number 9389?
and also in NOKIA BSC 3i we have an extension of service terminal named:RCBUGG
with this extension we can replace the MML commands in the US command group (Working State
and Restart Handling) in situations in which the OMU is not in use and the
MML commands cannot be executed.
i want to know step to step which commands should apply for this ???19th June 2017 at 18:30 #60830steveGuest
DX 200 GW212 2017-06-09 14:12:05
ALARMS CURRENTLY ON
GW212 CHU-0 SWITCH 2016-12-05 11:21:56.69
*** ALARM VDS-0 VIDAST
(0001) 2650 STORING OF THE DATA FAILED ON ONE DISK
WDU 01 11615d26th June 2018 at 17:55 #60831JUANGuest
001F 4D5C 01BF 3BDB 00 19 0000