Where is the EEPROM located on a Cisco uBR7114 and is it replaceable?
Customer is receiving the following: *Jun 13 04:56:14.286: %TLV-3-UPDATE: Unable to write type 199 -Traceback= 608462F0 60840404 60840C54 *Jun 13 06:15:32.926: %TLV-3-UPDATE: Unable to write type 199 -Traceback= 608462F0 60840404 60840C54 *Jun 13 07:53:09.701: %TLV-3-UPDATE: Unable to write type 199 -Traceback= 608462F0 60840404 60840C54Cisco's site says:%TLV-3-UPDATE : Unable to write type [dec]Explanation An attempt to update an EEPROM entry has failed.Recommended Action If this message recurs, copy the message exactly as it appears on the console or in the system log, contact your Cisco technical support representative, and provide the representative with the gathered information.
Re: where is the EEPROM located on a Cisco uBR7114 and is...
Test c7100 mpeeprom read will indicate the problem with 00 fields in the data output.
rewrite to fix this issue.
You can reprogram mpeeprom by the following commands: test c7100 mpeeprom write 34 FF test c7100 mpeeprom write 35 FF test c7100 mpeeprom write 36 FF test c7100 mpeeprom write 37 FF . . . test c7100 mpeeprom write 7F FF
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There are many reasons why this might be happening.. You could try the following steps..
1) Disconnect the power from router for a minute and reconnect and check. 2) Try changing the wireless channel and Network name and try re-connecting. 3) Check if there is an firmware update for your product and update if any update is available. 4) If none of the above steps work you will need to reset and re-config your router. ( For that you need the CD given with the router and you will need the ISP settings.)
Do you have any funky subnets for your Cisco router? Do not connect the wireless router to your network yet, as it may have the same IP address as your other router.
Basically the easiest way to do this is to set a dedicated IP for the 2Wire router on the Cisoo router. Then make them stay on the same subnet, but give an IP range for your Cisco router, like 1-50 or something. If you give the 2Wire router IP .51 for instance, then give the Wifi users on the 2Wire IP range from .52-75 or something.
Make the 2Wire router only use wifi and not serve DHCP addresses. Then you setup the 2Wire router to get its info from the Cisco router.
I searched and there is no howto out there for doing this with a Cisco router. However, here is one I used to setup a similar scenario with a Netgear router. It worked. If you are able to translate a bit, it might work for you:
Here is another article: http://kbserver.netgear.com/inquira/default.asp?ui_mode=answer&prior_transaction_id=306896&action_code=5&highlight_info=16777285,246,260&turl=http%3A%2F%2Fkbserver.netgear.com%2Fkb_web_files%2FN101496.asp&answer_id=6056800#__highlight
Let me know if you are able to work through this. You need to give the 2wire router a static IP and you need to NOT use it for wired connections, and not use it to serve DHCP settings.
1: Would a Cisco 1720 provide a simple soltution for terminating a T1 to
Ethernet 100 Mps
I recommend a 1721
2: If this would not be an option, what Cisco box would provide the needed
I recommend a 1721
3: If a Cisco device could do this would it be necessary to replace them at
both locations or could it communicate with the Adtran device.
It depends on the topology of how your sites are interconnected to each
other. Please describe in greater detail.