Mike's PBX Cookbook

Meridian 1 / Option 11 Family
General Maintenance Procedure

Repair any faults found before going to the next command. This is a general guideline for testing the complete system.
Adjust this procedure as necessary for the system you are working on.

Network and Peripheral Equipment

LD 32
LDIS x *1
STAT x *2

LD 38
STAT x *3

LD 60 *4
STAT
LCNT
SSCK 0

LD 96 *5
STAT DCH

LD 30
TEST

Notes:

*1 X = Cabinet 0, I or 2, This command will list disabled units in that cabinet.
*2 If a TDS / DTR card is used, X = the card slot it is in. If a CORE or SSC Card is used, X= 0 for the TDS / DTR on those cards. This will STAT both the TDS and the DTR in that slot.
*3 X = conference loops 29 & 30 on the CPU/CONF, CORE or SSC cards. STAT loop 31 for the conference loop in the first expansion cabinet (or both expansion cabinets if a CORE card is used). STAT loop 62 for the second expansion cabinet conference loop on a SSC card.
*4 Use LD 60 only if DTI / PRI is installed.
*5 Use LD 96 only if PRI is installed

 

CPU MAINTENANCE

CPU/CONF or CORE CARD

LD 35
STAT MEM
CMIN ALL

LD 37
STAT TTY

LD 30
TEST
SSC Card

LD 135
STAT MEM
CMAJ
CMIN ALL
STAT FIL *1

LD 137
STAT *2

LD 37
STAT TTY

LD 30
TEST

Repair any faults found before going to the next command. This is a general guideline for testing the complete system.
Adjust this procedure as necessary for the system you are working on.

Notes:

*1 This command is used to STAT the expansion cabinet fiber links, if equipped on systems using the SSC card
*2 This command is used to STAT the PPP and Ethernet links, if equipped.

Option 11 Family Identification

(Card Slot 0)
CPU/CONF card = Option 11, Rls-16 & 18
CORE card = Option 11E, Rls-20 & 21
SSC card = Option 11C, Rls-22 & UP

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