I had one working setup of Airmux 200, yesterday one unit(ODU and IDU )
stoped working(probable due to power flactuation) I decided to replace a
complete set(I changed only IDU and ODU by removing from the fault link
and replaced with the one from the working link from one of our site). The
devices failed to establish the link(I do not know why because i have not
re-aligned the dishes), I thougt because of configurations , I decided to
reset the configurations but the Airmux200 ODU do not accept this
operation so what should I do to make these devices in factory default so
that I may reconfigure the devices? ot what is the solution in this case?
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Look for the lines that run through the wall out to the outdoor unit. Turn off the power and then check the electrical connections at the outdoor unit. Inspect for broken wires. If no broken wires, remove the wires one wire at a time and then re-land the wire and tighten. Check for proper operation after performing this operation at both the indoor and outdoor unit.
Via the Control Panel:
The Resets menu makes it possible to reset factory settings, disable and enable Powersave, and update the printer after new supplies are installed.
Configure device menu
The Configure device menu makes it possible to change the printer's default print settings, adjust the print quality, change the system's configuration and I/O options, and reset the printer's default settings
RESTORE FACTORY SETTINGS :Makes it possible to clear the page buffer, remove all perishable personality data, reset the printing environment, and return all default settings to factory defaults.
Press Menu or (Select) to enter the MENUS.
Press (Down Arrow) to highlight Configure device menu .
You didn't say what rev. level you have, but if they were manufactured after 2006, your problem is most likely a lost SNMP read/write community string. The default read/write community string is 'netman', and the read only community string is 'public'. When attempting to connect to the ODU with Airmux Manager, type in the username and password but before clicking OK, click on the Options button which will expand the login dialog window. There you can enter the default read/write community string 'netman' (assuming someone hasn't changed it). If that doesn't work, you can contact RAD tech support who can generate a new community string with the MAC address from your ODUs.
Depending on the current rev. of software you have in your Airmux, you may have to upgrade to an interim rev. before upgrading to the latest. I have successfully upgraded some of the very oldest Airmux's dating back to 2005 with the latest software (1.750 and above) by first upgrading to version 1.300 reboot the units, then version 1.500 followed by another reboot, and then finally version 1.750 followed by another reboot. The reason for the reboots in betwen version uploads is that when you load a new version of software to an Airmux, the new version is copied into temporary flash ram. When you reboot, the Airmux sees a new (valid) version of software and will load it. Hope this solves your problem. Incidentally, you can get the software from RAD tech support.