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IP403 not coming up

IP403 not coming up

IP403 not coming up

I have an IP403 Office (Version 1.3) that I did a AT-X2, AT-X3 & AT-X command. After doing these commands, the box does not boot at all. All that I see is:
P2 Loader 0.7 (4MB-2xLV160 Flash-120nS SDRAM-10)
CPU Revision 0x0502

I have set the IP address of my PC to and I can't ping so therefore the Manager can't see the Unit.

Does anyone have any ideas as to what to try? Can any programming be done via the DTE port? How can I find out what other commands are available through the DTE port?

RE: IP403 not coming up

When you hae performed an "AT-X" you have erased the bin-file from the unit.

If you look in the manager's TFTP-log you will probably see a request from the IPO.

You need to create a BootP-entry for the unit, with the IP-adress and mac-adress from the TFTP-log. The bin-file needed has to be a v1.x, not a 2.x

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