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How to enable TL1 in new U2000 server

Publication Date:  2019-12-12  |   Views:  89  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  v84083080  |   Document ID:  EKB1100041893

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Issue Description

TL1NBiDm and associated services are running in system monitor. TL1 settings cannot be found, except in the Tools Config were it can be set the TL1 Listening IP. The telnet and SSH connection on port 9819 are actively refused.

Solution

1. Login U2000 server with ossuser user, and check if the CfgValue is 0     (please know that the Changeme_123 is default password for sa user, change it to the real password)

 

$isql -Usa -PChangeme_123 -SDBSVR

1> select * from BMSDB..bms_cfg_tab where strLocateName = 'AN.NBFRAME' and CfgName = 'PROTOCOL'

2> go

 

If the query result of CfgValue is not 0, change it to 0

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You can run the below SQL command to update the CfgValue:

 

1> update BMSDB..bms_cfg_tab set CfgValue = '0' where strLocateName = 'AN.NBFRAME' and CfgName = 'PROTOCOL'

2> go

 

2. Make sure the CfgValue is 0 and then restart the TL1NBiDm process:

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Now, you should be able to use telnet to connect to TL1 by port 9819.