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BITS clocking I am curious if the ALU7750 SR-12 has internal bits clocking that can be pushed to all the cards on the box? Also, is there MR-APS support on the ChOC12 cards? I am about to roll out a big deployment and someone said this platform was a good one. Anything I should be aware of? overview of setup dual chassis TDM/Ethernet setup with Cisco 6500 interoperability. Infrastructure layout is purely transport with minimal QoS configurations.

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Re: BITS clocking

MR-APS is a Cisco specific Tech, although Alactel does have it's equivalent

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Enter the following bits 20-24 letters faaf8 3262a b6f31 e6d99 18a0a 92275

HEX = binary bits = decimal
FAAF8 = 11111010101011111000 = 1,026,808
3262A = 110010011000101010 = 206,378
B6F31 = 10110110111100110001 = 749,361
E6D99 = 11100110110110011001 = 945,561
18A0A = 11000101000001010 = 100,874
92275 = 10010010001001110101 = 598,645

Is this a homework question of some kind?

Feb 12, 2014 | Encore Routers

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I need to reset my password for my NetGear29 Router WNR2000 v3 Sr.#2562245F346B1

see the little hole in back circled in red... i think it might even say reset near it. use a paperclip to push and hold the button in there. after 10 or 12 seconds all the lights will flash a couple times and ALL the old info will be gone. now you can set it up as if it was bran new!

Jul 31, 2013 | NetGear Routers

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Router bits will not lock in the router, they fall out

There are alot of different routers on the market and alot of different shaft sizes for the router bits. There are also a number of shaft size adapters that can be found at good hardware stores that can be purchased to solve your problem. May I suggest you walk into one of them with your router and some sample bits and ket the sales people find you the correct adapter!

Jan 01, 2013 | Routers

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Wi-fi is 54mbps but should be 100 what should i do?

This rangebooster G router is a 54mbps rating. You cannot get more than that unless you switch your entire network, including the antenna on each pc to a N network. Hope this explains it. Anyway, 54 million bits per second is more than enough. LAN speeds of 100 million bits per second are great only for file transfer and communication between computers within your network. Think about this...You internet connection is nowhere near 54 million bits per second...So, if your internet is, say, 12 million bits per second, which is smokin fast, your WIFI can only access the internet at the slowest bottleneck. It's only a fast as the slowest link. Rate this high if it helped you.

Feb 06, 2011 | D-Link RangeBooster G WBR-2310 Wireless...

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Need to reset, but don't know ID or password, no idea how to get into it. We got it from Verizon when they hooked up our 2xT1, but they refuse to manage the router. HELP!

That model isn't familiar to me, but try default login ID "admin" and Password "setup". If that doesn't work, the following procedure might allow you to log on and delete the config. That will delete everything, though, so make sure you read out all the configuration info before you reset.
  1. Connect the Console cable to the Console port on the Secure Router
  2. Connect the other end of the DB-9 Console cable to the COM-1 port on the workstation
  3. Start the Hyper terminal (VT-100 or equivalent) application on PC-1
  4. Configure the COM1 port for 9600 bps, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, and XON/XOFF
  5. Login SR with the factory default login ID "admin" and Password "setup"
You can also reset those routers by deleting the config file like this:
  1. Login as above
  2. type "SR > clear cfg_file system.cfg"
  3. message will read "removing contents of '/flash1/system.cfg' ...done.
  4. now type SR > reboot

Jan 13, 2011 | Nortel Networks SR1004 4P ACTIVE T1 ...

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A sharing problem.2 vista black edition systems are in networking.first one gets sharing but another one gets shared folders but it cants shows access is denied.error code 0x80070005

the possiable reason for the same is that the account that you are trying to use to access the shared folder does not have a password.

Please apply a password on the account and you would be able to access the folder

Jun 28, 2010 | Routers

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How do you troubleshoot input errors eth is UP, line protocol is UP Hardware address is Ip address is XXX.X.X.XX, netmask is MTU is 1500 bytes, BW is 100000 Kbit 100Mb/s, half-duplex ARP...

You have input errors but no output errors, and your link is showing half duplex.
The device connected may be set at full duplex, but this is in fact normal for half duplex connections which do NOT allow send and receive at the same time. Ensure both ends are set to full duplex.

Mar 11, 2010 | Adtran NetVanta 4305 Router (1200890l2)

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Console displays junk display what is the problem

make sure you have the settings on your serial port set to:
Speed - 9600
Data Bits - 8
Parity - none
Stop bits - 1
Flow Control - none

This should help.

Good Luck!

Dec 10, 2008 | Cisco (1841) Router (cisco1841)

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I am trying to set up security for my lynksis.  Currently it is unsecured. I was following directions then lost interent connection.  When I tried to use the ISP of nothing happens.  I just...

To access the router's web interface for configuration, you need a PC that's physically connected to the router (ethernet connection). Follow these steps:

Step 1 Open your Internet browser and type the IP address of the router in the address bar ( . The default IP address is . At the login, leave the username blank and type your password (default password is admin). Click the OK button.

Step 2 To setup security, Click the Wireless tab > then select Wireless Security (right below the Wireless tab).

Step 3 Under Wireless Security, you can either select WEP or WPA for wireless security.

When selecting WEP 64 bits: (for windows XP SP1 to Vista)

Look for Key 1 box - type a 10 hexadecimal password (meaning letters A to F or numbers 0 to 9 only). Example: ABC1234567 or 985D8A8F04 .

When selecting WEP 128 bits (for XP SP2 to Vista)

Look for Key 1 box - type a 26 character Hexadecimal code.

When selecting WPA PErsonal: (XP SP2 to Vista)

Look for a passphrase box - type a password at least 8 characters (numbers or letters).

Please DO NOT FORGET the password that you set - you will need this for wireless connection.

Click Save settings.

I hope that helps!

Good luck and have a nice day!

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