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Software for board IS 3000 and call@net

Software for board IS 3000 and call@net

Software for board IS 3000 and call@net

Hi, All
I need upgrade a board if is possible, any one have a software please answer

RE: Software for board IS 3000 and call@net

What do you want to upgrade and why.
Do you have management software and/or ftp access ......

RE: Software for board IS 3000 and call@net

Yesm I have management software and ftp access. I dont have a manual or software for upgrade a DTX-I, PMC,another question I enable a managemnt ip and see if i call in tcp on port 2598 recive a ex 98000 where the first zero is a major allarm the second zero is a minor and the last a blocked...you know software for masnagement allarm
I work with a SMPC 5.0.....

RE: Software for board IS 3000 and call@net

SMPC contains simple alarming but its not very usefull.
Management@net contains more alarm logging possibilities.
You can check alarms in the terminal screen with commands dimaja,dimina,disila
What cpu software do you have (diexid)
What board packages do you have (dipack)
What problem or feature do you need an update for.

RE: Software for board IS 3000 and call@net

Ok i try with a simple alarming...but not have a license..
I want upgrade a system because want have my switch with the last packet
I have a 810.29 CPU
PMC 1410.09.01
DTX 2203.13.02
the perfect situation for the allarm I belive you can have with Management@net you say were I can find this programm?

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