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Show Service-Module Equivalent

My new Cisco routers have dual port T1/E1 cards that appear as Controllers.

What would the show service-module equivalent be for these?

The nice thing about show service-module is it shows the various types of alarms with a counter indicating how long it's been down or how long it's been back up since the alarm cleared.

On this controller card I have a T1 in a multilink bundle that has been down and I'm trying to determine for how long.

Thank you,

Denny

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Show Service-Module Equivalent

Show controllers T1. For how long, check "show log".

New Member

Re: Show Service-Module Equivalent

Guess I'm going to have to get used to viewing it in a different format. :-)

Thanks,

Denny

New Member

Re: Show Service-Module Equivalent

Is there any way to get the same style of information?

The "show service-module" command gives a few things that the "show controllers t1" command doesn't.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Show Service-Module Equivalent

There is no more infrormation available beside "show controller T1 x/y/z".

New Member

Re: Show Service-Module Equivalent

That seems strange.  The show service-module command gives a lot of helpful information, you think the controller cards would still let you view it in some way.  It seems like you don't have any view into the csu.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Show Service-Module Equivalent

That's the way it is. If you cannot do without that output, only use hardware that does.

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