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CALL PILOT DOWN

CALL PILOT DOWN

CALL PILOT DOWN

(OP)
MOVED OPTION 11C THEN BROGHT SYSTEM UP BUT I CANNOT GET AUTO ATTENEDENT TO PICK UP.MY PORTS ALL SHOW IDLE LOG IN
ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED

THANKS

RE: CALL PILOT DOWN

Is this a 201i?  First, shut down CallPilot (Ctl-Alt-Del on monitor keyboard, then Shut Down).  When it is down and says "safe to power off," then back it out of the shelf an inch or so.  Leave it for a minute, then plug it back in.  Let it start up normally.  Let me know if that works.

RE: CALL PILOT DOWN

(OP)
tried that it still does not boot up but I get these errors
which seems to be that slot 10 does not get recognized

XMI002 9  MGATE

XMI002 10  MGATE

XMI007

RE: CALL PILOT DOWN

those errors are not bad, just the switch seeing your mgate. might try an ini.. do you see anything on the boot sequence?

john poole
bellsouth business
columbia,sc

RE: CALL PILOT DOWN

(OP)
thanks for the help I did the ini to no avail my elan was not connected so I did that and re started call pilot and it came up it seems I should have checked my connections better.

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