What does "Normal Condition" mean on an ONS 15600?
We have four ONS15600 nodes in our network and they are constantly reporting condition "Normal" event under History in CTC, but I can not find any description of the "Normal" condition in the manuals. If the system is returning to a normal condition, I would expect non-normal events to be reported before but as shown in the history, the system is quiet except for the normal condition. Any help with determining what these mean would be appreciated.
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