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BCM 50 modem configuration

BCM 50 modem configuration

BCM 50 modem configuration

(OP)
I have ust recently installed a BCM 50 and can't seem to get the modem to work.  I get modem tones but no negotiation.  Any thoughts?

RE: BCM 50 modem configuration

Ya try waiting like 20 min. It might be as slow as the 200/400 dial up. Might be the flash. If not I'm not sure. Are you using IP address 10.10.14.1.

RE: BCM 50 modem configuration

(OP)
No, I'm using the default IP address given which was 10.10.14.2.  I think 10.10.14.1 is that for the BCM to dial out.  I have no experience with the 200/400 I'm a bit new to the world of BCMs.

RE: BCM 50 modem configuration

after you use a dialing program, did you use the broswer to access the IP address?

RE: BCM 50 modem configuration

(OP)
No, I didn't even get that far.  I dailed in, heard the tones, and then nothing.  I don't even think it authenticated.  Also, with the BCM50 you don't use the browser any more you have to use Element Manager.

RE: BCM 50 modem configuration

We have a tier 2 ITAS case with Nortel. Apparently it is a known issue..

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