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Bootmgr Problem I am having problem loading Ipso.tgz on a Nokia IP350. The image version is 4.2. Any time it tries to download from an FTP server the ipso image it comes out with a 'Killed' message. What could be my problem. Thanks

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Hello...i have a same problem with mr.robebeo..could you help me too

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Hello I see your comment having some issues also with the same type of unit Nokia IP350 but cant logon ... missing original password ... Could you help me to reset password or send me a copy of the manual

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I have a problem with my literati ereader its functioning well until I upgraded it last week now it wont recognize my sd card..I tried others it just wont recognize it. then I tried putting some of my...


Solution: Use the Literati USB connection and the following steps
1. Plug the eReader into a charger
2. Download v2.0 of the Literati or Lookbook firmware from - http://download.kobobooks.com/firmwares/merchsource/2-0/KoboRoot.tgz , and save the file somewhere you will remember
  • NOTE: Some browsers will download the file and rename it to KoboRoot.tar. The upgrade will not work with the .tar extension. If this happened with your download, please rename the downloaded file to KoboRoot.tgz
3. Keeping the charger connected, connect the Literati or Lookbook to your computer through the provided USB cable
4. The eReader will appear on your computer as a mass storage device
ON A MAC:

1. Open mass storage device in Finder

2 . Click GO from the top menu

3. Click Go to folder

4. Type in .kobo (include the period).

5. .kobo folder will open

6. Transfer the KoboRoot.tgz file you downloaded to the .kobo folder

7. Once the file has transferred, safely eject the eReader

8. Turn off the eReader

9. Turn on the eReader

10. The eReader will take up to 10 minutes to start up, please be patient and do not reset or power off the eReader in any way.

11. Once the eReader restarts, it will have the latest version (v2.0) installed. You can verify this by pressing the menu button, selecting Settings and looking at the Version number.
ON A PC:

1. Open mass storage device in Windows Explorer

2. Ensure hidden folders are visible (different for different Windows versions)

XP: Go to My Computer > Tools menu > Folder Options > View Tab > Advanced Settings > Hidden Files and Folders > Show hidden files and folders. Press OK all the way out.

Vista and Windows 7: Start > Control Panel > Folder Options > View Tab > Click Show Hidden files and folders > OK

3. Open .kobo folder in the mass storage window

4. Transfer the KoboRoot.tgz file you downloaded to the .kobo folder

5. Once file has transferred, safely eject the eReader

6. Turn the eReader off

7. Turn the eReader on

8. The eReader will take up to 10 minutes to start up, please be patient and do not reset or power off the eReader in any way.

9. Once the eReader restarts, it will have the latest version (v2.0) installed. You can verify this by pressing the menu button, selecting Settings and looking at the Version number.

Sep 04, 2011 | Sharper Image Literati Reader 16375680042...

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Bullet Proof FTP Server Tutorial


This is for the BulletProof FTP Server 2.10. However, It should work fine on most following versions as well.
I'm assuming you have it installed and cracked.
Basics 1. Start the program. 2. Click on Setup > Main > General from the pull-down menu. 3. Enter your server name into the 'Server Name' box. Under Connection set the “Max number of users" to any number. This is the limit as to how many users can be on your sever at any time. 4. Click on the 'options' tab of that same panel (on the side) 5. Look at the bottom, under IP Options. Put a check in the box “Refuse Multiple Connections from the same IP”. This will prevent one person from blocking your FTP to others. 6. Also put a check in the 'Blocked Banned IP (instead of notifying client). VERY IMPORTANT! If somebody decides to 'Hammer' (attempt to login numerous times VERY quickly) your server/computer may CRASH if you don't enable this. 7. Click on the 'advanced' tab 8. At the bottom again look at the 'hammering area' 9. Enable 'anti-hammer' and 'do not reply to people hammering' Set it for the following: Block IP 120 min if 5 connections in 60 sec. You can set this at whatever you want to but that is pretty much a standard Click 'OK'
Adding Users 11. Setup > User accounts form pull-down. 12. Right click in the empty 'User Accounts' area on the right: choose 'Add' 13. Enter account name. (ie: logon name) 14. In the 'Access rights' box right click: choose ‘Add’. 15. Browse until you find the directory (folder) you want to share. In the right column you will see a bunch of checkboxes. Put a check in the following ones: Read, Write, Append, Make, List, and +Subdirs. Press 'select'. 16. Enter a password for your new FTP account. 17. Click on 'Miscellaneous' in the left column. Make sure 'Enable Account' is selected. Enable 'Max Number of Users' set it at a number other than zero. 1 for a personal account and more that one for a group account. Enable 'Max. no. of connects per IP' set it at 1
18. Under 'Files' enable 'show relative path' this is a security issue. A FTP client will now not be able to see the ENTIRE path of the FTP. It will only see the path from the main directory. Hide hidden flies as well. Put a tick in both of these.
Advanced: You don't need to do any of this stuff, but It will help tweak your server and help you maintain order on it. All of the following will be broken down into small little areas that will tell you how to do one thing at a time.
Changing the Port The default port is always 21, but you can change this. Many ISPs will routinely do a scan of its own users to find a ftp server, also when people scan for pubs they may scan your IP, thus finding your ftp server. If you do decide to change it many suggest that you make the port over 10,000. 1. Setup > Main > General 2. In the 'Connection' Area is a setting labeled 'Listen on Port Number:' 3. Make it any number you want. That will be your port number. 4. Click 'OK'
Making an 'Upload Only' or 'Download Only' ftp server. This is for the entire SERVER, not just a user. 1. Setup > Main > Advanced 2. In the advanced window you will have the following options: uploads and downloads, downloads only, and uploads only. By default upload and download will be checked. Change it to whatever you want. 3. Click 'OK’

While you are running your server, usually you will end up spending more time at your computer than you normally do. Don't be afraid to ban IP's. Remember, on your FTP you do as you want.
When you are online you must also select the open server button next to the on-line button which is the on-line Button
You also have to use the actual Numbered ip Address ie: 66.250.216.67
Or even Better yet, get a no-ip.com address

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Messed up Bootmgr on a Nokia IP350


Have you tried the steops below

1. Get the IPSO image you want to install.
2. Copy it to an internal host capable of FTP.
3. Connect to the console on the IP130 and start it up, when you
get past the bootmanager part where it shows the prompt
BOOTMGR[1]>install then ftp or help a few other commands

4. The interactive prompts should help you figure out what to do (like assign it an IP and ftp to the server).
5. Let it install the image and reboot.

Jun 15, 2009 | Nokia IP 350 Firewall

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Problem downloading files up to 100 mb


Well, here's a bit complicated, yet effective method that just might reduce your downloading headaches... Let's say you're connect to the Internet using a 28.8K modem and that your Internet service provider lets you telnet to their server. Of course, your provider's server can download files much faster, so the idea here is to download the file to their server at high speed, split it, and retrieve parts at the highest speed you can to your provider's server. Generally speaking, this method not only is a faster way to download files, but it is also a more reliable method since you'll be downloading many smaller files rather than one large file.
First, find out the FTP address of the large (larger than 16M for example) file that you want to download. For example:
ftp://ftp.x.com/bigfile.zip
Telnet to your Internet service provider's server.
telnet x.com
From within the telnet session, download your file to your provider's server. Following is a "screen shout" of a sample file transfer on an UNIX compatible server. Blue/bold text represents your input.
ftp
ftp> open ftp.x.com
Connected to ftp.x.com.
220 ftp x.cpm FTP Service (Version 2.0).
User (ftp.x.com:(none)): anonymous
331 Anonymous access allowed, send identity as
Password: my_address@x.com
ftp> binary
200 Type set to I.
ftp> get bigfile.zip
200 PORT command successful.
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for bigfile.zip
226 Transfer complete.
ftp> quit
221 Thank you for using x.com! Once the file is download to the server, the next step is to divide the file into smaller pieces so that you will not waste too much time downloading should your Internet dial-up connection go down.
split -b 2000b bigfile.zip
You're almost there! Now simply log off from your telnet session and start downloading (from your provider's server to your computer) smaller files (not the bigfile.zip) which the above split command (on most UNIX compatible machines) created.
Once you have all the files, simply merge them and you got a good copy of the original bigfile.zip. If you're using DOS or Windows, you can merge files using the following command (assuming that bigfile.zip (16000 byte file) was divided into 8 2000 byte files named xaa to xah):
copy /b xaa xab xac xad xae xaf xag xah bigfile.zip
Don't forget to log back into your Internet service provider's computers and delete temporary files (bigfile.zip and xaa..xah) once you've made sure that your downloaded copy is in good condition. Doesn't sound like the above steps could make your downloads faster or more reliable? Well, in most cases it does; specially if the file you're downloading is rather large. The reason why this method could possibly be faster is because you can download files from your provider's computer to your computer faster than from most remote sites. Of course, the reason for reliability is that downloading many smaller files makes it possible to resume a download without wasting as much time as resuming a larger file download would.
************ALTERNATIVELY***********
You can use FRESH DOWNLOAD.Fresh Download is an easy-to-use and very fast download manager software that turbo charges downloading files from the Internet, such as your favorite freeware/shareware, mp3 files, movie files, picture collections, etc. Unlike any other similar utilities, this software is 100% free, no charges, no banners in the software (whichsteal your bandwidth), no spyware.

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Removing old packages and images


Yes, feel free.

You can always reload then if you find you need them
-greg

Dec 08, 2008 | Nokia (NBB2404000) Firewall

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Need to reset my Nokia IP350 password without flush my firewall licences


If you know the old password, simply go to settings and change password there. Or else, Try typing #pwd# and then "send. It will reset your password to the the last 4 digits of your phone number. Then you can reset your password back to what ever one you can remember.

Oct 26, 2008 | Nokia IP350 (NBB335F000) Firewall

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Problem with CLI


It sounds like the DB connector still has a few pinouts set up incorrectly. Nokia has exact specs listed for pinouts on their website. I recommend matching that up perfectly. If that doesn't work then the console port could be bad, but that is rare.

Apr 14, 2008 | Nokia IP350 (NBB335F000) Firewall

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Nokia IP350 very initial stage problem


I recently bought a Nokia IP350. I tried to boot it. but there is nothing come up in a hyperterminal. I am accessing via console. Can u help?

Jan 08, 2008 | Nokia IP350 (NBB335F000) Firewall

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Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network adapter not recognized


Hi

Check Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG Downloads - http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=1637
Select Linux from and click on go
You can download Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG version 1.2.0 or 1.1.0

Installing/updating Intel PRO/Wireless version 1.2.0 driver for Linux
- To extract the archive file, type from a console: tar xzvf ipw2200_linux_1_2_0.tgz
- To install the driver the following is needed:
1. Linux with a 2.6.8+ kernel. See README.ipw2200 for information on
specific options required to be enabled in the kernel.
2. Wireless Extensions (v16) and Tools (v27-pre23) if not included in
your distribution
3. The driver (ipw2200-1.2.0.tgz)
4. The binary firmware image (ipw2200-fw-3.0.tgz)
5. For instructions on how to build and use the driver, please see the INSTALL document in the ./intel_ipw2200_120/ directory.

More info http://ipw2200.sourceforge.net

Regards
Mike

Oct 01, 2007 | Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG 802.11g/b

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Basic Configuration Guide


http://www.nokia-asia.com/nokia/0,,80787,00.html This page will point you in the right direction. It is the specs and support w/ manual download. Good Luck, Tim

Jan 26, 2007 | Nokia IP 350 Firewall

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