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Signalling Server, Media Cards

Adding custom commands in startup of MC32 cards by I2007
Posted: 7 Jul 05

If you want to add a route or command every time the MC32 card reboots you can do the following.

1. Log into the card and further into vxWorksShell (For those who have appropriate access)
2. Go to the root directory with this command. cd "/c:"
3. Create a new directory called etc. mkdir "etc"
4. Go into the newly created directory. cd "etc"
5. Type in the following command. copy 0,"startup"
6. Type in the commands you want executed on startup ie: routeAdd "",""
7. Press Ctrl+D to save the file and exit.
8. Type in copy "startup" to read the contents of the file and verify.
9. Reset the card and see the commands are executed on startup. They should appear immediately after the vxWorks banner.

Hope this tip is useful....


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