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201i fail

201i fail

201i fail

(OP)
I have a 201 in an old Opt 11. No idea the software level of the CP as now upon reboot, the status window cycles through the boot process, then says "warn" then "fail". Can I just take the hard drive and the media cards and dongle out and put them in/on a new 201i card? Or am I going to run into keycode trouble.

RE: 201i fail

You will need the Keycodes

OLD ROLMEN WORKING ON NORTELS AND AVAYA

RE: 201i fail

It sounds like the HD is bad

OLD ROLMEN WORKING ON NORTELS AND AVAYA

RE: 201i fail

(OP)
when I do a stat ELAN, I get

SERVER TASK: ENABLED
ELAN #: 16 DES: CPILOT
APPL_IP_ID: 0 .0 .0 .0 LYR7: DOWN DSBL

RE: 201i fail

(OP)
After doing to tracing of cable, I found that the patch cables go to a Nortel BPS data switch. Power light is on but no activity on any of the ports. There is a patch cable from the transceiver, and one to the server and one to the main PC. Plugging my laptop in, I get nothing.

RE: 201i fail

(OP)
turns out the Nortel switch was bad. Moved and vm came up.

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