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ATM IMA Group Link Error Message

Can anyone please let me know what the "rxMisConnected" actually means please and the likely cause? The output from the show controller atm0/ima3..

router#show controller atm0/ima3

Interface ATM0/IMA3 is up

Hardware is ATM AIM IMA connected to AIM slot 0

hwidb=0x461F6DA0, sardb=0x4546F9D8

slot 0, unit 3, subunit 0

MXT5100 versions: Framework 0x3380, Utils 0x3380,

AAL5 0x3380, AAL2 0x3380, AAL1 0x3380,

IMA 0x3380, CS 0x3380, Frame 0x3380.

Current (mxt5100_t)sardb:

Ind_Q(0xF85DC40), Ind_Q_idx(701), Ind_Q_size(30000)

Cmd_Q(0xF858DE0), Cmd_Q_idx(242), Cmd_Q_size(20000)

Inpool(0xF822080), Inpool_size(4096)

Outpool(0xF8230C0), Outpool_size(4096)

Localpool(0xF830000), Localpool_size(256)

StorBlk(0xF6AE000), host_blk(0xF6AD300), em_blk(0xF6AD3C0)

tx_buf_desc(0xF851D60), tx_free_desc_idx (1021)

MXT5100 sub_channel_mode is disabled

MXT5100 number of buffers in Inpool: 1024, Outpool 0

FPGA revision 0x2070007

MXT5100 IMA Group Info:

Group Number (3), Group Port ID (0x1005)

Group Index (0), Group Open Status SUCCESS

VCs configured (1)

IMA group alarms: NONE

IMA Link(0) alarms: rxMisConnected,

IMA Link(1) alarms: NONE

MXT5100 Channel Info:

Channel Info (0):

Chan_ID (0xFA5), Open Status SUCCESS, VC(2)VPI/VCI(1/77),

Tx SBD(used/max 3/3) , Tx PDU(690689), Tx PDU discard(0)

Tx SDU size err(0), Tx cell CLP0(8978419), Tx cell CLP1(0)

Rx PDU(212030), Rx PDU discard(0), Rx SDU size err(0)

Rx CRC err(0), Rx cell CLP0(661197), Rx cell CLP1(0)

router#

Many thanks in advance

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Re: ATM IMA Group Link Error Message

Normally this alarm indicates that the remote ATM link is not in same ima-group.try to bounce the IMA to see if it can clear the alarm.Also check for scrambling Payload with your ISP.

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