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Lucent Stinger Reload

Lucent Stinger Reload

Lucent Stinger Reload

(OP)
I recently purchased a lucent stinger I believe FS model.

I do not have the funds to purchase a support contract since they want almost 10 times what I paid for the stinger.

The company I purchased it from forgot to give me password to the machine and have been trying to track it down. I do not need support for the device just to reset pw or reload os on the machine. I am willing to pay someone to help me do this.

RE: Lucent Stinger Reload

Try this to NINDY your Stinger (Assumes rev2 CM)

1.Change the console speed to 57600 baud by typing `t 57600' at the
Boot mon> prompt
2.Change your terminal program to 57600 baud.
3.Type `l` (lower case L) at the Boot mon> prompt to start
1k-Xmodem upload. You should see CKCKCKCKCK displayed on the screen
4.Start your terminal program uploading the stgcmb.bin file.
5.When the file is finished the CM should reset and load this
binary.
6.You will still need to power down the CM and remove the jumper
before you start to use this CM in production
7.*** Don't forget to set your terminal program back to 9600 baud
(Stinger default)

RE: Lucent Stinger Reload

(OP)
After long hours of research and trying things, I had already figure that all out, I have the newest downloadable bin and its all working perfectly. Thanks for the response though.

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