Revised December 4, 2006
June 30, 2005
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Problem DescriptionOn the 8850/B and the 8950 chassis', certain configurations of AXSM-XG and the SMF fail EMC FCC and/or CE-Mark EMC testing. The XM60 card fails only when used in combination with the AXSM-XG cards listed in the Products Affected section.
BackgroundEMI Compliance testing identified specific cards and configurations that need mechanical changes to be compliant.
Problem SymptomsThere is no visible failure symptom for EMI non-compliance. There is no affect on adjacent CE-Mark equipment.
The MGX-XM60 is non compliant ONLY when used in combination with either the AXSM-16-155-XG or the AXSM-4-2488-XG.
To ensure the products are FCC and CE compliant, RMA the following products when the following conditions exist:
- AXSM-16-155-XG (manufactured prior to 08-June-2005)
- AXSM-4-2488-XG (manufactured prior to 08-June-2005)
- SMF-4-2488-SFP (manufactured prior to 27-May-2005)
- MGX-XM60 ONLY when used in combination with either the AXSM-16-155-XG or the AXSM-4-2488-XG. (MGX-XM60 manufactured prior to 27-May-2005)
To identify the TAN/CLEI numbers associated with the manufacture of these products, refer to the instructions below on How to Identify Hardware Levels.
New products that were manufactured under Engineering Change Orders (ECOs) E081668 and E082077 and E082018 are guaranteed to be free of this problem. Refer to How to Identify Hardware Levels below for instructions on how to view the version and deviation of in-service product.
Product shipped from Service Logistics may still exhibit this problem. To ensure an RMA replacement is NOT affected by this problem, request an RMA coded as shown below:
Note: Replacements fulfilled through this process typically take 3 business days or more to arrive on-site, therefore service level agreements do not apply to RMAs coded as shown above.
Service Level: Mfg New - 3rd Bus Day NON BILLABLE
Failure Class: Administrative Request
Failure Code: Field Notice Alert
How To Identify Hardware LevelsThe following versions and higher have incorporated the fixes:
testNode2.3.AXSMXG.a > dspcd
|Front Card||Back Card|
|Boot FW Rev:||4.0(12.40)A|
b72-jup.8.PXM.a > dspcd 9
b72-jup System Rev: 05.01 Jun. 08, 2005 15:57:21 PDT
MGX8950 (JBP-2) Node Alarm: CRITICAL
Slot Number: 9 Redundant Slot: NONE
|Front Card||Back Card|
|Prim SW Rev:||---||---|
|Sec SW Rev:||---||---|
|Boot FW Rev:||---||---|
|Version ID (VID):||---||---|
|Reset Reason:||On Reset From Shell||---|
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