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AS5200 PRI error

I am getting the following msg when power up of my AS5200, the T1/PRI card was working and recently wanted to play with my lab. Has anyone seen this error? Am I out of luck and this board is toast? Thanks for your help.

Bus error at (return) pc 0x220baf98, faulted addr 0x0213d000, scr1 0x0110

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Cisco Employee

Re: AS5200 PRI error

We need to know more information. Like

Was 5200 working fine previously and now it started displaying that error?

Does 5200 reboot on itself after displaying that error message?

Does 5200 just display that error message but works ok?

Does T1/PRI line works fine even if the error displayed?

If you remove that T1/PRI card from the chassis, does 5200 works fine and not display that error?

If 5200 reboots on its own with that error message, pl. post output of "sh stack" here.

New Member

Re: AS5200 PRI error

Yes, the 5200 worked fine before it displayed that msg.

The 5200 will not boot-up with the PRI card in, it tries to reboot itself.

If I remove the card the 5200 boots up just fine and works OK.

This is the sh stack output when booted up:

AS5200#sh stack

Minimum process stacks:

Free/Size Name

1508/2000 Calls Management

2864/4000 Init

1472/2000 RADIUS INITCONFIG

Interrupt level stacks:

Level Called Unused/Size Name

3 0 3000/3000 Serial interface state change interrupt

4 10 2880/3000 Network interfaces

5 1169 2884/3000 Console Uart

6 0 3000/3000 DSX1 interface

AS5200#

I also get the msg below which leads me to believe the board is toast, can't figure out why it suddenly when bad. Thanks for your help.

%TDM-3-TDM_BADUNIT: Slot 2 bad board ID 0xD detected.

Cisco Employee

Re: AS5200 PRI error

show stack is captured whithout the T1/PRI card in the router..So crash information is lost. Which is ok as we know now that the only T1/PRI card is making the router keep on rebooting on its own.

So look like the T1/PRI card is now went bad. So replace it if you have in spare. Or if you have that 5200 under contract, open a tac case by logging at

http://www.cisco.com/tac

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