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packet was less than 2 bytes

We have a router 2621 (MPC860) on which runs the ios 12.0(4). When connection Isdn BRI is activated, we have this message:"%pquicc-1-toosmall: pquicc[0/0], packet was less than 2 bytes"

what does that mean? and if it is a problem, is there a solution?

Thank you

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Re: packet was less than 2 bytes

Saw this recently on a customer's 2620. Tied up to bug CSCdw90765 or CSCds51025. Resolved by upgrade to 12.2(12).

Hope this helps.

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Re: packet was less than 2 bytes

Make sure that you have all the requirements to connect to ISDN BRI, for your router 2621 you may purchase network module (NM-4B-U) for four-port ISDN BRI or NM-8B-U for 8-port module. Don't forget to assign switch-type for your connection, ask your provider to get correct switch-type, without this correct switch-type you may experience wierd error command. Also make sure you assign correct SPIDs, again get this number from your provider. Hope can help..

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