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Maxserver20 (Xyplex) command prompt

Maxserver20 (Xyplex) command prompt

Please help...
My Maxserver20 finally gave up. I was able to re-set unit to default by using Hyperlink but problem is i never get the Xyplex command promt to re set all ports. I tried telnet it with port 2000 but never work. Is it unit dead or just me?

Thanks in advance....

RE: Maxserver20 (Xyplex) command prompt

Hi Boka,

I was ok with the first part which is configuration maintenance. I suppose to get this (see below)but never happen it just stop at searching for functional network

After you have reset the server it will boot and take you to a login prompt

RS-423 Terminal Server, Type 36, Rev P.00.00
Ethernet address 08-00-87-01-39-D1, IP address, port 1
Automatic Network Selection: Searching for functional network.  

                     Welcome to the Xyplex Terminal Server.

Enter username>
                     Welcome to the Xyplex Terminal Server.

Enter username>
                     Welcome to the Xyplex Terminal Server.

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