Errors 'Cause 0, Diag 122 (DTE originated/Maintenance action)' and 'Error: address block too short (1)' establishing a connection

Document ID:  TEC1403218
Last Modified Date:  08/08/2017
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Products

  • CA TCPaccess X.25 Server

Releases

  • CA TCPaccess X.25 Server:Release:7.0

Components

  • CA TCPaccess X.25 Server:SLVX25
Issue:

Connection establishment between an end-user machine and TCPaccess X.25 Server may fail persistently with:

 

Cause 0, Diag 122 (DTE originated/Maintenance action)

Error: address block too short (1)

 

 

 

Environment:
X.25 network.
Resolution:

Q-bit (sometimes spelled Q bit) was implemented on the Cisco Router at end-user end:



X25 map rbp mmmmmmm local port nnnnn q-bit

Note: Q-bit means Qualified Data Bit.

Note: mmmmmmm and nnnnn are specific numeric values defined to the environment.

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