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6809 controller changeover help!!!!

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dcarr

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in the middle of migrating a 6809 prime site simulcast controller to a single site T5272.
have the proper set of confirmed boards, CSC, RSC, TSC, IRB, Rib, Tib, All boards tested and able to trunk in an alternate chassis. When used in this chassis all boards test and operate OK until RIB installed. RIB causes an IRB error and continualk RSC errors. Disable lights remian on ch 1, 3,5,7

I know it's not hardware (boards anyway). Everything I read tells me that there are no backplane differences between these chassis

Any fresh ideas would be helpful. I'm going around in circles. I know my problem is related to the RSC and it's sub boards somehow. I am hoping someone out there has seen this peculiar fault or gone thru this migration.

email is dalecarr@mnsi.net
 

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dcarr said:
in the middle of migrating a 6809 prime site simulcast controller to a single site T5272.
have the proper set of confirmed boards, CSC, RSC, TSC, IRB, Rib, Tib, All boards tested and able to trunk in an alternate chassis. When used in this chassis all boards test and operate OK until RIB installed. RIB causes an IRB error and continualk RSC errors. Disable lights remian on ch 1, 3,5,7

I know it's not hardware (boards anyway). Everything I read tells me that there are no backplane differences between these chassis

Any fresh ideas would be helpful. I'm going around in circles. I know my problem is related to the RSC and it's sub boards somehow. I am hoping someone out there has seen this peculiar fault or gone thru this migration.

email is dalecarr@mnsi.net
dcarr - Did you resolve this problem? If not I would suggest you go the the batlabs web site and go to the " System Infrastructure " forum and post there as there is probably a much better base of experience on that site. Good luck....

http://batboard.batlabs.com/
 
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DaveNF2G

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You might also try the System Managers Forum, a few lines below this one on the RR Forums home page.
 
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