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CISCO 6400 
  - %LANE-3-BADTYPE: LAN Emulation supports only Ethernet type CISCO 6400
A Token Ring-emulated LAN was specified, which is not currently supported.
Specify an Ethernet-emulated LAN. Note: Future software releases will support Token Ring ELANs.
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  - %LANE-3-NAMECHG: Attempt to change ELAN name CISCO 6400
Both the LANE client and the LANE server/BUS may have an emulated LAN name specified in the configuration via the lane server-bus and lane client commands. If both specify the emulated LAN name, then the name cannot be changed by re-entering just one of the commands.
Issue the no lane server-bus command to delete the server/BUS or issue the no lane client command to delete the client. Re-enter the other of the two commands with another emulated LAN name. Finally, re-enter the deleted command with the new emulated LAN name.
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  - %LANE-3-BADNAME: ELAN name must be 1-32 characters long CISCO 6400
An emulated LAN (ELAN) name was entered in a command that is longer than 32 characters. The LAN Emulation (LANE) standard v1.0 requires a name that is 32 characters or less in length.
Enter a name that is 32 characters or less.
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  - %LANE-3-LSV_DUPATM: elan client [dec] duplicate ATM address registration  CISCO 6400
An attempt was made by the specified LANE client to register a Media Access Control (MAC) address and ATM address pair that duplicated an ATM address already registered to another LANE client.
Use the show lane server command to list the registered addresses in the LANE server reporting the error. Correct one of the two LANE clients that is trying in error to use the same ATM address.
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  - %LANE-3-LSV_DUPID: elan duplicate LECID [dec] CISCO 6400
An attempt was made to define two different server-direct PVCs on the same subinterface (same LANE server) and both for the same client (LECID).
Delete one of the lane pvc commands that has this duplicated LECID.
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  - %LANE-3-LSV_DUPMAC: elan client [dec] duplicate MAC address registration [enet] CISCO 6400
An attempt was made by the specified LANE client to register a MAC address and ATM address pair that duplicated a MAC address already registered to another LANE client.
Use the show lane server command to list the registered addresses in the LANE server reporting the error. Correct one of the two LANE clients that is trying in error to use the same MAC address.
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  - %LANE-4-LSV_LECID: elan LECIDs exhausted, 10*ONESEC CISCO 6400
The LANE server specified has 65,279 clients. No more can be added.
Change the configurations to avoid trying to have more than 65,279 LANE clients on this server.
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  - %LANE-3-LANE_LESBUS_UP: LES/BUS coming up from previous command CISCO 6400
The lane server-bus command was re-issued to start the LANE service components while the switch was trying to execute a previously issued lane server-bus command.
Wait for the initial lane server-bus command to either succeed or fail. You can check the status of the server bus by issuing the show lane server-bus interface command. Note: You cancel this command with the no lane server-bus command. If these steps fail to clear the problem, issue the shutdown command followed by a no shutdown command cycle on the subinterface, or on the entire interface. Lastly, issue the no interface command followed by the shutdown, no shutdown command cycle.
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  - %LANE-3-PVCBAD: elan PVC vcd [dec] has no [chars] assigned CISCO 6400
The characters in [chars] will be either "ATM address" or "LECID." This message is reported when a PVC is created without all the necessary information included in the lane pvc command.
Include a lane pvc command with the information appropriate for the PVC.
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  - %LANE-3-TYPECHG: Attempt to change ELAN type CISCO 6400
Both the LANE client and the LANE server/bus may have an ELAN type specified in the configuration via the lane server-bus and lane client commands as either Ethernet or Token Ring. If both, specify the type; the type cannot be changed by re-entering just one of the commands.
Use the no lane server-bus command to delete the server bus or the no lane client command to delete the client. Re-enter the other of the two commands with a new type. Finally, re-enter the deleted command with the new type.
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