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CDr output for HiPath 4000V4

CDr output for HiPath 4000V4

CDr output for HiPath 4000V4


I would like to have the CDR output to be connected to a hyperterminal for a HiPath4KV4 system.

I have done the following:

FEASU - activated CDROGTR
created FTBL table
added SELG and directed to DEV2
in GEZU DEV2 is directed to TERM2
Activated SELS.
FEACG is also activated.

I am checking with the ComWin a direct connection via Atlantic LAN and PORT 1202. I do not get any output, however, i am able to communicate with AMOs on this port.

Please let me know if i have to do anything more for CDR output.


RE: CDr output for HiPath 4000V4

Make sure you have selg pointing to the right line out in ATCSM, and also make sure the output is activated.
you can act deact with amo LSSM.

RE: CDr output for HiPath 4000V4

CDR on the Hp4k only outputs over the IP service port.

connect via 192.0.3 telnet port 1201.

If all is set right, there are several AMO's.

RE: CDr output for HiPath 4000V4

f all AMO's is set right
connect via 192.0.3 telnet port 1202 if you use DEV2 in selg prog.

RE: CDr output for HiPath 4000V4

Thanks Guys.

The problem was the SELG not pointing to the correct output. It works very well.

Thanx for all the help!


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