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Sinalling channel is not comming up in marconi TNX-210

Hi ,The Physical layer is ok and it is up with out any problem , but the Signalling channel does come up for some secs and goes down and this happens every 15 -20 secs , during this period the Port will be up.

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Kindly reinstall your physical layer & reinstall drivers

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