[asterisk-users] Pri Event 6 and 8

brandon kruz highendpcs at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 19 19:53:18 MST 2006

jra i think you are correct, because the timing source
being the hardware or channel psuedo can get "bogged down"
i believe, or at least from my experience i have seen this on more
than one occasion dealing with the timing source being either 
or under use, or just bogged down

also if its recieving timing from another card not on the local system
( for example, normal T1 setups.)

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>On Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 07:02:28PM -0400, Doug Lytle wrote:
> > Dave Wise wrote:
> > >I was looking through my log files and keep seeing:
> > >
> > >PRI got event: 8 on Primary D-channel of span 3
> > >on different spans.  sometimes it is event 6.....
> >
> > A quick Google on this showed a post by Mark on bugs.digium.com:
> >
> > >> Generally 6 and 8 errors are not a problem, but can be indicitive of
> > either missed interrupts or a timing mismatch. In any case this is a
> > technical support issue and not a bug in software and should be pursued
> > through digium tech support.
>I wonder if they mean a clock slip on the line, by that, or something
>-- jra
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