Brian Feaster
    [Subscriber Members]
    Any ideas
    oard 36B06

    TEST RESULTS

    Port Mtce Name Alt. Name Test No. Result Error Code

    36B06 VAL-BD 52 PASS
    36B06 VAL-BD 598 PASS
    36B06 VAL-BD 600 PASS
    36B06 VAL-BD 601 FAIL 336B0633 ETH-PT 1281 ABORT 1125
    36B0633 ETH-PT 1286 ABORT 1125
    36B0633 ETH-PT 1282 ABORT 1125
    36B0633 ETH-PT 1511 PASS
    Mike Jones
    [AvayaUsers.com Moderators]
    http://support.avaya.com/elmodocs2/comm_mgr/r5.0/03-300430_4.pdf

    Page 2521
    Brian Feaster
    [Subscriber Members]
    thanks for the reply
    Mike Jones
    [AvayaUsers.com Moderators]
    No problem. If you need more help just post. Looking at that link it was pointing to the link. See below



    Link Status Test (#601)
    This nondestructive test determines the state of the call-control signaling link for VALs. If the signaling link is physically connected, the test sends a test frame over the link and checks for a response. The test passes only if both the signaling link is connected and the test frame is successfully transmitted.
    A failure can indicate a problem with:
    ● this circuit pack
    ● the packet bus
    ● the Packet Interface circuit pack
    Table 889: Test #601 Link Status Test
    Error
    Code
    Test
    Result
    Description / Recommendation
    1125 ABRT RSCL link or VAL board not in service.
    1. Release the board.
    2. Repeat the test.
    3. Escalate if the problem persists.
    2012 ABRT Could not allocate the necessary system resources to run this test.
    1. Retry the command at 1-minute intervals up to 5 times.
    2. If the problem persists, escalate the problem.
    2100 ABRT Internal system error.
    1. Retry command at 1-minute intervals up to 5 times.
    2. If the problem persists, escalate the problem.
    2 FAIL The RSCL control link disconnected.
    1. Retry command at 1-minute intervals up to 5 times.
    2. If the test continues to fail, execute the Packet Interface test (#598)
    (test board location) to see if the problem is in the circuit pack.
    ● If the Packet Interface test (#598) fails, see Packet Interface Test
    (#598) repair procedures.
    ● If the Packet Interface test (#598) passes, see


    3 FAIL Received no response to RSCL control link test frame.
    1. Retry command at 1-minute intervals up to 5 times.
    2. If the problem persists, reset the circuit pack (reset board
    location).
    3. If test continues to fail, replace the circuit pack.
    PASS RSCL control link connected.
    Table 889: Test #601 Link Status Test (continued)
    Error
    Code
    Test
    Result
    Description / Recommendation
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    Issam Hambouz
    [Subscriber Members]
    hmmmm .. I have a similar problem with TN2501AP on CM5.2
    I have some clans and medpros that are working fine. Tried couple of things to troubleshoot why the val board is not working (not pingable, "status link X" shows it out of service and then disconnected and then restarting ..).
    - Tried changing the slot.
    - Tried changing the cable.
    - Tried changing the adapter.
    - Removed the configuration and made it again.
    - Reset/busy/release.
    All didn't solve the issue.
    Note: 5.2 introduced some changes: no need adding a data-module.

    Following is the "test board xyz" output:

    Port Mtce Name Alt. Name Test No. Result Error Code

    02A10 VAL-BD 52 PASS
    02A10 VAL-BD 598 PASS
    02A10 VAL-BD 600 PASS
    02A10 VAL-BD 601 PASS
    02A10 VAL-BD 1680 ABORT 0
    02A1033 ETH-PT IPv4 1281 ABORT 1124
    02A1033 ETH-PT IPv4 1286 ABORT 1124
    02A1033 ETH-PT IPv4 1282 ABORT 1124
    02A1033 ETH-PT IPv4 1511 PASS


    from "Maintenance Alarms for Avaya Auraâ„¢ Communication Manager, Media Gateways and Servers" document:
    - ETH-PT test # 1281 --> TCP/IP ping test --> Error 1124: ethernet link is not enabled.
    - ETH-PT test # 1286 --> session status test --> Error 1124: Ethernet link is not enabled.
    - ETH-PT test # 1282 --> link integrity inquiry test --> Error 1124: Ethernet link is not enabled.
    - VAL-BD test # 1680 --> couldn't find it anywhere!

    Any idea?
    AvayaTier3 bsh bshamilton
    [Subscriber Members]
    display ip-interface 2a10 and paste here
    Issam Hambouz
    [Subscriber Members]
    display ip-interface 02a10 Page 1 of 2
    IP INTERFACES

    Type: VAL
    Slot: 02A10
    Code/Suffix: TN2501
    Enable Interface? y

    IPV4 PARAMETERS
    Node Name: VAL01
    Subnet Mask: /24
    Gateway Node Name: gateway

    Ethernet Link: 20
    Network uses 1's for Broadcast Addresses? y


    display ip-interface 02a10 Page 2 of 2
    IP INTERFACES

    ETHERNET OPTIONS
    Slot: 02A10
    Auto? n
    Speed: 100Mbps
    Duplex: Full


    All the ports on the switch are configured as follow: 100MB/FD/auto-neg disabled ..

    get ethernet-options 02a10

    GET ETHERNET OPTIONS

    Administered Actual

    Auto-Negotiate? n n
    Speed: 100 Mbps 100 Mbps
    Duplex: Full Full
    Link Integrity: Active
    Issam Hambouz
    [Subscriber Members]
    I have tried to connect my laptop directly to VAL board and configued both my NIC and the VAL interface to be 100MB/FD .. still not pingable. Check this:

    status link 20 Page 1 of 5
    LINK/PORT STATUS

    Link Number: 20
    Link Status: disconnected (sometimes out-of-service / restarting)
    Link Type: ethernet

    Service Port Location: 02A1033

    Service State: in-service/idle
    Node Name: VAL01
    Source IP Address: 172.16.17.30/24

    Broadcast Address: 172.16.17.255
    Physical Address:
    Enabled? yes
    Maintenance Busy? no
    Active Channels: 0


    I'll try upgrading the FW in another site .. although found no notes about this with CM 5.2. The current vintage is as follow: HW16 FW020

    Any hint would be great.
    Issam Hambouz
    [Subscriber Members]
    Apparently there is kinda bug in CM5.2. As someother companies faced the same issue mentioned in this post for VAL boards.
    Installing CM 5.1.2 solved my problem.
    AvayaTier3 bsh bshamilton
    [Subscriber Members]
    Did the valboards work on 5.2 ? I would imagine these work fine, and just abort tests when doing demand board testing.

    Aborting tests may be a bug. Most likely a Service Pack install would have fixed it.

    beginning in 5.2, CLAN and Valboards no longer need an ethernet data-module programmed as in previous loads. The data-mod ports are however still assigned as ethernet and RSCL ports for the boards. They are just not using ethernet as a type for adding data-mods any longer. An upgrade to 5.2 will throw away previously administered ethernet data-mod and extensions.

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