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Fast RAD Direct Connection

Fast RAD Direct Connection

Fast RAD Direct Connection

I am onsite trying to get into the Fast RAD.  I have set the password using F9** on the phone, and now I am hooked up with my laptop.  I am using Norstar NRU remote set tool.  When I try to connect it asks for the password, and initializes the RAD and does several queries, then it gives me a 'lost connection - terminating remote tools'error and disconnect me.  I'm not sure why this is happening, any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thank You.

RE: Fast RAD Direct Connection

My first guess would be that baudrate/parity/databits/stopbits and maybe handshake settings might not agree. Double check that PC and the RAD are set the same.

Howard Dingman
Pro-Tel Communications
Endicott, NY 13760

RE: Fast RAD Direct Connection

Thanks for the help.  I started from scratch and made sure everything matched on both the PC and the RAD, and now everything is working properly.  Until the browser 'times out' while I'm programming.  Then I have to wait a while before I can go back in again and continue programming.  has anyone else run into this?  Is there some way to set the 'timed out' parameters, so this won't happen anymore?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thank You.

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