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f Important Notice on Product Safety

Elevated voltages are inevitably present at specific points in this electrical equipment. Some of the parts may also have elevated operating temperatures.

Non-observance of these conditions and the safety instructions can result in personal injury or in prop- erty damage.

Therefore, only trained and qualified personnel may install and maintain the system.

The system complies with the standard EN 60950 / IEC 60950. All equipment connected has to comply with the applicable safety standards.

The same text in German:

Wichtiger Hinweis zur Produktsicherheit

In elektrischen Anlagen stehen zwangsläufig bestimmte Teile der Geräte unter Spannung. Einige Teile können auch eine hohe Betriebstemperatur aufweisen.

Eine Nichtbeachtung dieser Situation und der Warnungshinweise kann zu Körperverletzungen und Sachschäden führen.

Deshalb wird vorausgesetzt, dass nur geschultes und qualifiziertes Personal die Anlagen installiert und wartet.

Das System entspricht den Anforderungen der EN 60950 / IEC 60950. Angeschlossene Geräte müssen die zutreffenden Sicherheitsbestimmungen erfüllen.

Trademarks:

All designations used in this document can be trademarks, the use of which by third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights of their owners.

Copyright (C) Siemens AG 2002.

Issued by the Information and Communication Networks Group Hofmannstraße 51 D-81359 München

Technical modifications possible. Technical specifications and features are binding only insofar as they are specifically and expressly agreed upon in a written contract.

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Reason for Update

Summary:

New hardware, M:DEC480, M:OCE:N, F:LTGP(B)

Details:

Chapter/Section

Reason for Update

2.2

LG001A

Reworks because of new HW

2.4

LG001C

Reworks because of new HW

2.8

LG001G

Reworks because of new HW

2.16

LG040

New procedure for OCANEQ

2.18

LG056

New procedure for DEC

2.19

LG065

New procedure for VPU

3.3

FL:LTG

New fault list for F:LTGP(B) Fault list for F:LTGP (A), F:STMI reworks

Issue History

Issue

Date of issue

Reason for Update

Number

1

07/2002

New edition MMN:LTGP/STMI

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This document consists of a total of 176 pages. All pages are issue 2.

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References to Additional Documentation

 

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Configuration and Diagnostics of LTG

 

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Standard Fault Clearance for LTG in MBL

 

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Replace Module in LTU:S for LTG in MBL

 

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Fault Clearance SILC-PHMA for LTG in

 

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Fault Clearance for Failure of single MCH

 

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Configuration Procedure after Successful Fault Clearance

 

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2.9

Entrance to Fault Clearance if Original Fault Information has Been Lost

 

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LG005

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Fault Clearance CR for LTG in ACT

 

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LG010

2.11

Fault Clearance MDTOG for LTG in ACT

 

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Fault Clearance DIU for LTG in ACT

 

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Fault Clearance DIU-DLU for LTG in ACT

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Fault Clearance MCT for LTG in

 

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Fault Clearance OCANEQ for LTG in

 

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Fault Clearance for Memory Fault

 

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Fault Clearance VPU for LTG in ACT

 

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2.20 Fault Clearance ATE for LTG in 90 LG070 2.21 Check LTG operating State After
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2.27 Fault Clearance PCM/ SERVICE ALARM
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LG115
2.28 Original PCM MAL Fault Information has Been Lost
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LG130
2.29 Original PCM SAL Fault Information has Been Lost
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2.30 Common Part of Procedures LG130 and LG135
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2.31 Fault Clearance V5LINK Inconsistency of Data
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LG205
2.32 Fault Clearance V5LINK for LTG in ACT
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LG210
2.33 Fault Clearance V5LINK for Inconsistency V5LINKID
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2.34 Fault Clearance V5LINK for Inconsistency
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2.35 Information About Disturbed Link Control Protocol to AN
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2.36 Fault Clearance for Loss of Flag for a V5TS
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2.37 Information About Disturbed Control Channel to AN
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2.38 Fault Clearance V5LINK for V5IFID or
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2.39 Information: Threshold Value of the V5LINK is Exceeded
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2.40 Information: Fault During Modification of a Channel
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Information: Control Protocol Datalink Error

 

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LG238

 

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Information: Fault in the Control Channel to AN

 

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Information: Fault in the PSTN Channel to AN

 

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Information: Fault in the BCC Protocol to AN

 

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Information: Fault in the PSTN Protocol to AN

 

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Information: Timer Expiry During Restart PSTN

 

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Information About Software Error

 

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2.58

Information About Software Error

 

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Information About Software Error

 

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1.1 References to Additional Documentation

If you are familiar with the basic principle of the fault clearance you can start with fault clearance at once. Otherwise we advise that you read the appropriate register in Documentation Overview in order to be able to use the manual effectively for fault clearance purposes. The Documentation Overview contains detailed information on all general aspects of fault clearance.

When replacing or handling modules please observe the Safety Instructions for per- sonal and products (EN60950/IEC60950).

A description of LTG hardware and associated firmware, structure and function can be found in following information:

Line/Trunk Group (LTG)

1.2 Safeguarding

The LTG safeguarding functions consist of:

Routine test

constant self-supervision

traffic-dependent self-supervision

1.2.1 Routine Test

Routine LTG testing, in which central and decentral LTG modules are tested, is per- formed approximately every 2 to 3 minutes. The test sequence is as follows:

Test

 

Test

Abbreviation

 

GEN

Power supply test

RAM

Test of the supervisory circuits in the memory module. For memory module PMUx:

- ATM register write/read

- 2.5 MHz timer

- EDC chip

- One-bit error counter

- One-bit error statistic

- Storage cell check

GCG

Test of the clock generator supervisory circuits

SPS

Test of the GS supervisory circuits Through-connection test via SPH11 Test of a conference cell if conference installed.

LIU

Test of a LIU channel (if one LIU channel is found to be faulty, all channels are tested) and test of test pattern evaluation circuit (TPAEC1-TPAEC3) on module LIU

TOG

Test of the tone generator

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test tones, idle tones and software windows

Tab. 1.1

Routine test LTG

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Test

Abbreviation

CR1

Code receiver test for MFC:R1

CR2

Code receiver test for MFC:R2

CRP

Code receiver test for pushbutton dialing

CTC

Test of a receiver for continuity check (RM:CTC)

DIU

Test of the central DIU functions Test of a speech channel Test of a signaling channel

SIL

SILC module test

COU

Test of the central COU functions Test of a speech channel

MTG

MDTOG test

MCT

MCT module test

Tab. 1.1

Routine test LTG

1.2.2 Constant Self-supervision

Constant self-supervision is carried out by the supervisory circuits in various LTG mod- ules, e.g.

supervisory circuit for frame synchronism

supervisory circuit for clock failure

1.2.3 Traffic-dependent Self-supervision

Actions triggered by call processing programs are monitored by supervisory circuits, e.g.

supervisory circuit for setting errors

supervisory circuit for COC errors

1.3

Diagnostics

1.3.1 LTG Diagnostics

The LTG may only be diagnosed in MBL.

Input:

DIAG LTG:LTG=ltgset-ltg,TA=ALL;

This command tests all central and intermediate-level LTG units in the following order:

Test Abbreviation

Test

GPU

Test of the GP functions (FIFO, ORAM, IRAM) and SMX (loop-function, multiplexer and LAST LOOK)

GEN

Power supply test

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RAM

Test of the memory supervisory circuits:

- ATM register write/read

- 2.5 MHz timer

- EDC chip

- One-bit error counter

- One-bit error statistic

- Storage cell check

GCG

Test of the clock generator supervisory circuits

GSM

Test of all 512 control memory cells of the GS

SPS

Test of the GS supervisory circuits Through-connection test via SPH11 Conference cell test, when conference is created

LIU

Test on all LIU channels (except for channel 0) and test of testpattern evaluation cir- cuit (TPAEC1-TPAEC3) on module LIU

TOG

Test of the tone generator

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test tones, idle tones and software windows

CR1

Code receiver test for MFC:R1

CR2

Code receiver test for MFC:R2

CRP

Code receiver test for pushbutton dialing

CTC

Test of a receiver for continuity check (RM:CTC)

DIU

Test of the central DIU functions Test of the speech channels Test of the signaling channels

SIL

 

SILC test

COU

Test of the central COU functions Test of the speech channels

MTG

MDTOG test

MCT

MCT module test

Tab. 1.2

LTG diagnostics

The LTG must be put into operation to execute the LTG diagnostic. The LTG is con-fig- ured to ACT with the command DIAG LTG first of all, and SEZ (seized by diagnostic) is entered as the operating state.

When an LTG goes into service, in many cases the code is not destroyed, or only partly so. It is therefore sufficient to load the destroyed code. The summation check is used to test that the code is correct. This configuration procedure is called ’conditional loading’.

If the LTG was reset in the course of fault clearance it has to be reloaded because re- setting formatted the memory.

This loading procedure can lead to different times for the LTG diagnostic

1.3.2 Diagnostic Results and Rejection of Diagnosis

Diagnostic results:

NO FAULT DETECTED Diagnosis has been completed correctly. No faults were detected.

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FAULTS DETECTED Diagnosis has been completed correctly. At least one fault was detected. The type of fault is indicated in the diagnostic progress message.

NO FAULT DETECTED - ONLY CR IN MBL TESTED Diagnosis of the code receivers did not detect any faults. (Only CRs in MBL were test- ed.)

FAULTS DETECTED - ONLY CR IN MBL TESTED Diagnosis of the code receivers detected at least one fault. (Only CRs in MBL were test- ed).

Rejection of diagnosis:

INTERNAL CONFLICT - TRY LATER Lack of resources (e.g. no timer), configuration or program start unsuccessful. Repeat job later.

DEPENDING JOB EXISTING - TRY LATER

A dependent job has already been started. Wait until this job is completed, then repeat

the command.

MISSING RESPONSE FROM DEVICE No response from the LTG. The watchdog timer for diagnosis in the CP has expired.

DIAGNOSTIC ALREADY STARTED Diagnoses of intermediate-level units are not allowed to run in parallel. Repeat the job later.

ILLEGAL DEVICE OPERATING STATUS The device is not in the correct operating state for diagnosis.

ILLEGAL LTG OPERATING STATUS The LTG is not in the correct operating state for diagnosis.

ILLEGAL DIU OPERATING STATUS The DIU is not in the correct operating state for diagnosis.

ILLEGAL CR OPERATING STATUS The CR is not in the correct operating state for diagnosis.

REJECTED BY DEVICE Diagnosis has already been started.

LTG-RECOVERY LEVEL 2.1

A level 2.1 LTG recovery occurred during diagnosis.

LTG-RECOVERY LEVEL 2.2

A level 2.2 LTG recovery occurred during diagnosis.

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Overview:

LG001

Configuration and Diagnostics of LTG

LG001A

Branch to Appropriate Procedures According to Suspect Unit

LG001B

Standard Fault Clearance for LTG in MBL

LG001C

Replace Module in LTU:S for LTG in MBL

LG001D

Fault Clearance SILC-PHMA for LTG in MBL

LG001E

Fault Clearance for Failure of single MCH

LG001F

Fault Clearance for Failure of both MCH

LG001G

Configuration Procedure after Successful Fault Clearance

LG005

Entrance to Fault Clearance if Original Fault Information has Been Lost

LG010

Fault Clearance CR for LTG in ACT

LG015

Fault Clearance MDTOG for LTG in ACT

LG020

Fault Clearance DIU for LTG in ACT

LG021

Fault Clearance DIU-DLU for LTG in ACT

LG030

Fault Clearance COU for LTG in ACT

LG035

Fault Clearance MCT for LTG in ACT

LG040

Fault Clearance OCANEQ for LTG in ACT

LG045

Fault Clearance for Memory Fault

LG056

Fault Clearance DEC for LTG in ACT

LG065

Fault Clearance VPU for LTG in ACT

LG070

Fault Clearance ATE for LTG in ACT

LG099

Check LTG operating State After System Recovery

LG100

Entrance to Fault Clearance DAS on RAE Fault

LG101

Entrance to Fault Clearance DAS on RAE TRACK Fault

LG110

Entrance for PCM / MAINTENANCE ALARM Fault Clearance PCM Route

LG110C

PCM/ MAINTENANCE ALARM on CCS Route to DLU

LG110E

PCM/ MAINTENANCE ALARM on Extension Route to DLU

LG115

Fault Clearance PCM/ SERVICE ALARM

LG130

Original PCM MAL Fault Information has Been Lost

LG135

Original PCM SAL Fault Information has Been Lost

LG13x

Common Part of Procedures LG130 and LG135

LG205

Fault Clearance V5LINK Inconsistency of Data

LG210

Fault Clearance V5LINK for LTG in ACT

LG211

Fault Clearance V5LINK for Inconsistency V5LINKID

LG215

Fault Clearance V5LINK for Inconsistency of Port Data SLMX

LG220

Information About Disturbed Link Control Protocol to AN

LG222

Fault Clearance for Loss of Flag for a V5TS

LG230

Information About Disturbed Control Channel to AN

LG231

Fault Clearance V5LINK for V5IFID or PROVAR

LG232

Information: Fault During Reprovisioning

LG233

Information: Threshold Value of the V5LINK is Exceeded

LG235

Information: Fault During Modification of a Channel Assignment

LG236

Information: Fault in the Protection Protocol

LG238

Information: Control Protocol Datalink Error

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Information: Fault in the Control Channel to AN

LG240

Information: Fault in the PSTN Channel to AN

LG242

Information: Fault in the Port Control Protocol to AN

LG244

Information: Breakdown of the BCC Protocol

LG245

Information: Fault in the BCC Protocol to AN

LG246

Information: Fault in the PSTN Protocol to AN

LG247

Information: Timer Expiry During Restart PSTN

LG248

Information: Breakdown of the Link Control Protocol

LG249

Information: Fault in the Link Control Protocol to AN

LG250

Fault Clearance PCHANNUC

LG251

Entrance to Fault Clearance if Original Fault Information PCHANNUC has

LG255

Been Lost Fault Clearance PCHAN-S

LG256

Entrance to Fault Clearance if Original Fault Information PCHAN-S has

LG600

Been Lost Information About Software Error

LG610

Information About Software Error

LG700

Information About Software Error

Maintenance

MMN:LTGP/STMI

Access

LG001

2.1 Configuration and Diagnostics of LTG

LG001

1

Determine LTG type

 

Take the LTGSET and the LTG number from the fault report.

 

b

DISP LTG:LTG=ltgset-ltg;

 

Make a note of the LTG type entered under TYPE.

 

2

Interrogate operating state of LTG

 

Refer to the fault printout to obtain LTGSET and LTG number.

 

b

STAT LTG:LTG =ltgset-ltg;

 

What is the operating state of the LTG?

 

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Decision block

 

Is the LTG of TYPE=LTGB?

 

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4

Interrogate operating state of DLU

 

b

STAT DLU:DLU=X;

 

Does the status list that was output contain the LTGSET and LTG number of the LTG that is to be tested?

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5

 

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5

Decision block

 

For further fault clearance, the LTG must be configured to MBL.

 

Determine all DLUs of which one DLUC is connected to this LTG.

 

Determine the operating state of the partner for this DLUC.

 

Are all these partner DLUCs in ACT and not access degrading?

 

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6

 

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6

Decision block

 

Has the operating state of the partner DLUC in this procedure been determined once already?

Y h

15

 

N

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7

MMN:LTGP/STMI

Maintenance

LG001

Access

7

Wait for DLUC configuration

Wait 6 minutes

h

4

8

Configure LTG to MBL

b

CONF LTG:LTG=ltgset-ltg,OST=MBL;

 

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11

9

Configure LTG to CBL

b

CONF LTG:LTG=ltgset-ltg,OST=CBL;

 

The entered command is repeated with:

EXEC'D

Continue fault clearance with the next block after 5 minutes. If, however, the CBL acknowledgment occurs within 5 minutes, continue fault clearance immediately with the next block.

 

10

Configure LTG to MBL

b

CONF LTG:LTG=ltgset-ltg,OST=MBL;

 

Ignore warning.

b +

 

The entered command is repeated with:

EXEC'D

 

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LTG diagnostics

b

DIAG LTG:LTG=ltgset-ltg,TA=ALL;

 

Wait for a maximum of 60 minutes. If system reactions with

EXEC'D or NOT

 

EXEC'D for the diagnostics occur within this time, fault clearance can be contin- ued at once.

Within this timespan the following system reactions are possible. When evaluat- ing system reactions 1R and 2R, please note: No additional system reactions may be output. In the case of system reaction 1R, the progress message may be output more than once. In all other cases, continue fault clearance with sys- tem reaction 3R.

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12

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System reaction 1R

The entered command is repeated with

STARTED

 

The entered command is repeated with PART. EXEC'D

PROGRESS MESSAGE

 

FLN:LTG@##

 

@############################# @#######################

 

FUNCTION GROUP: @########

@#############

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: @#################################### @####################################

 

RESULT = FAULTS DETECTED

@#############################

Did this system reaction occur:

Y h

LG001A

 

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13

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LG001

13 System reaction 2R

The entered command is repeated with

STARTED

The entered command is repeated with

EXEC'D

RESULT = NO FAULT DETECTED

Did this system reaction occur:

@#############################

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N h

LG001G

14

14

System reaction 3R Other system reactions:

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LG001E

15 Information block

The fault cannot be cleared with standard fault clearance measures. Fault clear- ance must be performed by a system specialist.

END

MMN:LTGP/STMI

Maintenance

LG001A

Access

2.2 Branch to Appropriate Procedures According to Suspect Unit

LG001A

1 Decision block

Continue according to FLN:LTG output:

FLN:LTG041, 174, 175, 184, 185, 201, 202, 207

 

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FLN:LTG056,

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LG001D

other

h

4

2 Determine room number, rack number and mounting unit

 

Refer to the progress message to obtain the LTGSET and LTG numbers.

 

Use these parameters to obtain the room number, rack number, mounting unit and module frame (e.g. F:LTGN(A)) from the exchange-specific documentation.

 

3 Decision block

Has the suspect module in the additional slot for special modules (LTU:S) al- ready been replaced?

 

Y h

5

 

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LG001C

4 Determine room number, rack number and mounting unit

 
 

Refer to the progress message to obtain the LTGSET and LTG numbers.

Use these parameters to obtain the room number, rack nu