I have a few 3624s and after moving them to a new work site, I can't connect to them to configure the T1s. It's supposed to be a direct connection from a terminal to the box, but I can't access the 3624's internal software at all. I've tried 4 different terminals and 3 different 3624s. I've tried patch and crossover cord. Bit rate, parity, etc, are all set properly. What could be going wrong?
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There is a SI button on the CTRL.
While pressing the SI power off / on
Kept the pressing position till "1" is appear on the CTRL
Remove pressing to SI then press SI while a few seconds.
All configuration was removed.
This is for a newbridge or alcatel 3624 mainstreet channelbank - do not use the modem side, only use the terminal side - all is needed is Rx, Tx, and ground - if looking from the "window" side of rj45 connector, or pins-side up on rj45 socket.
When you 're login to system via VT100 or CPSS connection, top of the screen you can see easly the version of CTRL like 1117-H1-xx ...
I think 1117-H1-70 was the latest version for single shelf configuration.
You don’t need to configure SP1 for CPSS, log on to the node via you NMS and change it to VT100, then log in using a hyper terminal session on you laptop. If the SP1 port is setup for CPSS you will have to install a dongle and you will need to set your ANM up for networking meaning that you will have to speak to the node via CPSS. The only time you need to communicate using CPSS on SP1 is when you want to backup the database.
The problem come up or happened because the link (E1/T1...) problem or 3600 series going down e.g power down etc. The effect of it sometimes influenced the circuits mainly the circuits made by nmti software via hyperterminal, 4601A even 5620 NM (integrated NMTI).
To solve the problem first you have to clear or de-configure the configuration/cross-connect via nmti and than you connect again the circuits. Please using Alcatel 5620 NM GUI to make cross-connection or circuits (Circuits Switch Data).
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