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IP403 not coming up

IP403 not coming up

IP403 not coming up

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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 192.168.42.2 and I can't ping 192.168.42.1 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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