RECOV: General network error recovery codes

RECOV corresponds to the code common to all network access methods, providing a general indication about the cause of the error.

One value can correspond to two causes, depending on whether the source of the error is at the local or remote end; "L" is indicated in case of ambiguity:

  • L=1: local
  • L=0: remote

The codes are expressed in decimal form.

RECOV - General Network Error Recovery Codes

Code Meaning

1

Normal remote end disconnection

2

L=1 Local time-out

L=0 Network time-out

3

L=1 Insufficient local resources

L=0 Protocol procedure error

4

No more contexts available

5

Incoming connection request while the maximum number of sessions (MAXCNX) for this resource has been reached

9

Other non-fatal problems

64

Invalid call syntax

67

Incorrect remote address

68

Incorrect local address

99

The resources are temporarily unavailable

128

Malfunctions on the network

 

Undefined refusal reason

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