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LAN CTE does not register and stays at initialising state

LAN CTE does not register and stays at initialising state

LAN CTE does not register and stays at initialising state

(OP)
Hello Team.
I am facing an issue with a BCM50R6 that suddenly the LAN-CTE stopped connecting to BCM.
Restarting the services and the BCM does not fix the issue.
I installed LAN-CTE on a fresh formatted computer with WIN7 PRO 32 bit , just to test, still the issue remains.
Licensing is OK as i am using just one license for the CTE application.
the system is fully patched.


Any ideas?

Thanks

Nikos

RE: LAN CTE does not register and stays at initialising state

If exhausted all options...

Try
1. Going into Restore and do a restore from "your backup file" and choose only "LAN CTE"

If it did not work then:
2. Going into Restore and do a restore from "Factory Default" and choose only "LAN CTE"
Once completed, do step 1.


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RE: LAN CTE does not register and stays at initialising state

(OP)
i did a full backup only.. and after that it worked fine.
what to say.. full backup starts-stops the services temporary so maybe this hepled.

thanks

Nikos

RE: LAN CTE does not register and stays at initialising state

odd but good!

Thanks for update

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