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Re: Drop Calls over E1/T1 with Adtran ESU 120e . . . .

There's no active alarms but got a question the

Remote Alarm & Frame Slip showed into the history of the ESU  ... what means ?

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Re: Drop Calls over E1/T1 with Adtran ESU 120e . . . .

Remote alarms are an indication that the device on the other side of the T1 was sending an alarm to the ESU.  So a remote alarm on the Drop Port 0.2 would tell us the PBX was sending the ESU an alarm.  The PBX is showing 'Power Failure Kind : AIS error'.  AIS stands for Alarm Indication Signal but I'm not sure how that connects to the Power Failure the PBX mentions.  The frame slip and clear seems to be a reaction to the alarm being received.

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Re: Drop Calls over E1/T1 with Adtran ESU 120e . . . .

BTW ....

The other ESU where we're connecting its a TSU 120, in wich one we have the following.  Could be somekind of wron parameters beetwen both ESU's ?

Under config / Network NI

format ESF

code B8Zs

  yel alarm enabled

  xmit prm off

  timing mode network ni

  set lbo 0.0

  rem lpbk det: Reject FT1
  Bit Stuffing: disable

  TR-08 options

   under TR-08 options

   alarm report: send alarms

    alarm format: orb-16

    BPV Threshold: 10-4

Under config / Port Config / NX56/64

ds0 Rate: 64 KBPS

TX CLK CNTRL: Normal

Data: Normal

CTS: Normal

DCD: Normal

DSR: Normal

  "0" INHIB: Off

  INBAND MODE: off

  TX CLK SOURCE: Internal

Under config / Port Config / DSX-1

Format: ESF

CODE: B8ZS

REMOTE ALARM: YELLOw

  LINE LENGTH: 1-133 ft

  INBAND LPBACK: ACCEPT

  ROB BIT SIGNL: ON: ALL DS0s

The maps that are using ..

IDLE DS0's = 0

IST DS0's = 0

0.2 DSX-1 = 8

0.1 NX56/64 = 16

Message was edited by: martechmedicalmmw

On ESU 120e the Map A its as follow

IDEL TS0s = 6
TST TS0s = 0
0.2 Drop PT = 8
0,1 NX56/64 = 16

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Re: Drop Calls over E1/T1 with Adtran ESU 120e . . . .

Is the TSU on the opposite side of a point to point connection from the ESU?  If so it's not likely to be part of the problem, it just means somewhere in the connection they are converting from the T1 to the E1 at your side.  What we've been seeing is an alarm coming to us from the PBX.  The TSU should have nothing to do with that.  The settings provided look normal for a point to point connection.  You have 16 DS0s for data and 8 going to the PBX for voice.