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ATM debug info

Howdie all,

We have an ATM line coming into our head office that goes into a Frame Relay "cloud" in Europe to our various offices there... this has been working fine now for approx 12 months.... over the last 4 weeks the ATM circuit has gone down 4 times for apporx 2 hours at a time... the telco believes it is a problem on the router... ( NOTHING has changed on the ATM config ).... I have attached a part of the debug info I get when this happens... hope someone can shed some light on this

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: pmc_pm7345_isr: received framer int 0x08, old alarm 0x0

000

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: mgmt interrupt status 0x00000040

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: e3 frmr interrupt status 0x05

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: e3 alarm maint_int 0xC4 status 0x04 alarm 0x0002

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: atmdx_alarm_handler(ATM4/0): alarm 0x0002, state 4

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: ATM4/0: LED turned 1

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: pmc_pm7345_isr: received framer int 0x08, old alarm 0x0

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Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: mgmt interrupt status 0x00000040

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: e3 frmr interrupt status 0x0C

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: e3 alarm maint_int 0xC4 status 0x08 alarm 0x0000

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: atmdx_alarm_handler(ATM4/0): alarm 0x0000, state 0

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: ATM4/0: LED turned 0

Nov 29 18:03:30.115 UTC: pmc_pm7345_isr: received framer int 0x40, old alarm 0x0

000

Nov 29 18:03:30.123 UTC: pmc_pm7345_isr: received framer int 0x08, old alarm 0x0

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Re: ATM debug info

which type of VC that your router use? PVC or SVC?If you use svc,you had better debug the q.2931 and ilmi signaling.

New Member

Re: ATM debug info

This is related to a problem with over-sensitivity with ATM cards, the voltage fluctuations from the telco causes the interface to flap.

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