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WAN Port | Advanced

The settings on this tab are used for Frame Relay connections.



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  • Address Length:
    The address length used by the frame relay network. The network provider will indicate if lengths other than two bytes are to be used.

  • N391: Full Status Polling Counter
    Polling cycles count used by the CPE and the network provider equipment when bidirectional procedures are in operation. This is a count of the number of link integrity verification polls (T391) that are performed (that is Status Inquiry messages) prior to a Full Status Inquiry message being issued.

  • N392: Error Threshold Counter
    Error counter used by both the CPE and network provider equipment. This value is incremented for every LMI error that occurs on the given WAN interface. The DLCIs attached to the given WAN interface are disabled if the number of LMI errors exceeds this value when N393 events have occurred. If the given WAN interface is in an error condition then that error condition is cleared when N392 consecutive clear events occur.

  • N393: Monitored Events Counter
    Events counter measure used by both the CPE and network provider equipment. This counter is used to count the total number of management events that have occurred in order to measure error thresholds and clearing thresholds.

  • T391: Link Integrity Verification Polling Timer
    The link integrity verification polling timer normally applies to the user equipment and to the network equipment when bidirectional procedures are in operation. It is the time between transmissions of Status Inquiry messages.

  • T392: Polling Verification Timer
    The polling verification timer only applies to the user equipment when bidirectional procedures are in operation. It is the timeout value within which to receive a Status Inquiry message from the network in response to transmitting a Status message. If the timeout lapses an error is recorded (N392 incremented).























































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