Question about 3Com Computers & Internet
Sh interface slot:1/mod:1
INTERFACE slot:1/mod:1 SETTINGS
Description: GWC Modem Driver
High Speed: 0
Administrative Status: Up
Operational Status: Down
Link Up/Down Traps: DISABLED
Promiscuous Mode: FALSE
Connector Present: TRUE
Filter Access: ON
Last Change: 0d 00:01:06
Host Type: SELECT
Connection Type: NORMAL
Port Type: LOGIN_NETWORK
Init Script: USR_int
TCP Port: 0
Prompt Style: LOCAL
Message: \nWelcome to 3Com Total Control HiPer ARC (TM)\nNetworks That Go The Distance (TM)\n
Host Address: 0.0.0.0
Disable Authentication for call type: NONE
Login Service: TELNET
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would suggest that you set a higher Ip address then 9-10 as it is possible that your router/switch is possibly using one of these for DHCP, I have one of these myself, I had to put mine a little uprange to prevent my router / switch from interfering with it.
Posted on Jul 26, 2007
SOURCE: cisco asa5505 problem
You seem to have the last resort (o.o.o.o) set to VLAN1 which is set as an inside interface.
Is VLAN1 connected to the outside router or internet backbone?
If not, change the last resort to the outside Ethernet port.
Posted on May 09, 2008
Ok I have guessed a couple of things. Here goes.
the version of software 12.4 (3g) is very old
I think that you have DHCP configured on the AP
the cisco site lists loads of issues regarding DHCP and memory leaks in numerous guises with not only your IOS version but newer versions too.
the reason why I have homed in on this is that you say that the unit works for about a week then essentially stops until you reboot the AP. (I guess that you do this by power cycling not by issuing the reload command) in the short term you have fixed the problem.
I would suggest that you upgrade the IOS to something newer. the current version listed is 12.4(22)T if it's of any help.
lastly as you know when the system actually goes wrong. You are able to issue the reload command with additional settings so it could reload @ X date and time if NTP is configured or you can specify a time duration in minutes if preferred.
I can't think of anything else I afraid.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
update the drivers and run the wizard again to set up fresh settings
are you networking this unit or direct of the modem
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
This is a old post, have you received and answer yet?
If not, make sure the internal interfaces are connected to one another and both have links. The ASA needs to have a "heartbeat" signal that passes between the 2 devices and this seems to be what's failing.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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