I have a weird problem that i hope someone can help me solve it.
I have a Cisco 5300 connected to a Nortel DMS 300 Family Internation switch with 2 E1s.
The cisco is the Network side.
The traffic is flowing from the Nortel to the Cisco.
The controllers are clean from errors and overall traffic is connected very well, excellent quality with no issues.
Although, there are some weird things going and it seems like the channels state is not sychronized between the Cisco and the Nortel.
1. If from the Nortel side we'll set a specific channel to be Out-Of-Service (OOS) the Cisco keeps seeing the same channel as Idle. the same The same exact results happen when we do it from the Cisco side, the Nortel won't see the channel is OOS.
2. The Nortel randomly shows few channels as locked-out state and at the same time the Cisco show those channels as Idle.
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