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Can't access BCM with crossover cable and browser

Can't access BCM with crossover cable and browser

Can't access BCM with crossover cable and browser

I'm new to BCM. I can connect to the BCM with telnet Hardware profile tells me I have a BCM Rls ID 2.03, Version 2.05, I'm using 1.1-EE-WVMN-config. This BCM has a 8.4 GB hard drive and has 255 MB Ram. It also has a directory D:/BCM 2.5. Is this a BCM 2.5 ? I need to access the browser to finish initializing the system. Connect, Diagnostics, MSC, Click on Configuration, System Startup, Region. When I check System Status Monitor (telnet) it gives me an error "Can't open PCI's Registry" Does this have anything to do with it? Configuration Wizard (telnet) sez error: opening key 'Software\JavaSoft\Java Runtime';error: could not find java.dll;error: could not find Java2 Runtime Environment. How do I use regedit via a telnet connection, I can't use MSDOS editor either. I was able to connect to server/BCM with browser before but not now. Any ideas/answers would be much appreciated. Thanks

RE: Can't access BCM with crossover cable and browser

try connecting to LAN 2 using
and set your pc IP address to match the network


RE: Can't access BCM with crossover cable and browser

you can initialize using the serial port as well. its sort of command line

are you getting to the UM screen and able to login?
is the problem only with the BCM Admin or CallPilot admin as well?

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