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Webramp finder can not find Webramp

1). IP address lost Webramp finder cannot find the webramp and therefore new IP address can not be added. 2). Does not prompt for login or give the > prompt when connected via serial cable in "console mode" in order to put in new IP address. Seems to have lost firmware (if it has, how can that be fixed?)

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Re: Webramp finder can not find Webramp

Careful with that firmware loading! If you load too new a firmware, the webramp will ask for an "UpgradeKey", which you can't obtain because the company's out of business. Then you just have a pretty brick.

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