Cisco Bug: CSCum17182 - DTI client clock shows wrong type on connected DTI intf via CLI and SNMP
Feb 05, 2016
- Cisco uBR10000 Series Universal Broadband Routers
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Symptom: DTI client clock shows wrong "Client clock type" on connected DTI interface via both CLI and SNMP output. Conditions: DTI card type: DTCC Eightbells card. Steps: 1. Connect Dti1/1/1 and Dti2/1/0 to DTI server, and verify Active TCC Card is Card 1/1, Backup TCC Card is Card 2/1. Dti1/1/1 and Dti2/1/0 are both in active/normal status. 2. Perform Active DTI Card switchover by means of "hw reset", The client clock type switch to "ITU type 1" on Dti1/1/0 and Dti1/1/1 interface, which is unexpect behavior. The correct value should be "DTI minimum clock oscillator". 3. The same issue can be observed on corresponding SNMP table. It should be "dtiClock(5)" on DTCC Eightbells card.
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