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Verify function of an old Wanbook

Verify function of an old Wanbook

Verify function of an old Wanbook

(OP)
Hallo:
I got an old wanbook with E1 pod, without any information, without powersupply.

First of all I had to find out that the book requires
at least 5.6Vdc for complete rebooting;

Is this usual or does it indicate a fault?



Status: Wan book powers up Status LED read
        Finishes Init Status LED yellow flashing
        (waiting for download from Sniffer)

        When connecting to Sniffer (V4.7.5 and V4.8 eval)
        I can select WANBOOK via a XIRCOM adapter

          
        When datatransfer is started.(popup with progress
        bar goes to 100%)
        Staus LED is steady yellow
        After transfer status LED goes to RED

and forever... the same sequence.

Is there a chance verify the function of the WANBOOK?
Are special settings to be made for XIRCOM network adapter?
How to I upgrade the WANBOOK's finmware?

I really need help or a recommended junkyard

thanks sniffy-snoopie Willy  


          

RE: Verify function of an old Wanbook

Hi there,

any updates regarding the Wanbook?

Werner Fischer
SCM / CCIE / JNCIS
look at the frames - bit by bit

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