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When the sensors were replaced and they did a reset. They should have told you the problem. They should have told you up front, instead of charging you for sensors. The BCM isn't reading the signal from the sensors. Find another place to go. I hate point and fix mechanics. Sensor fault? replace all the sensors... It didn't say one tire, it says sensor fault. Have the codes read. They should have done this. To get rid of the message on the DIC, you have to unplug it. But this gets rid of all messages you would get. Pull the IP and take it apart to unplug.
IP Lite introduced enterprise access Layer 3 features to the Cisco WS-C2960XR-24TS-I. IP Lite is subset of IP Base features. Some of the IP Lite features are: Routing Information Protocol (RIP) v1 Routing Information Protocol (RIP) v2 Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) v2 Routed Access Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) v3 Routed Access Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) stub Equal-cost routing Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) Protocol Independent Multicast PIM (Sparse Mode, Dense Mode, Sparse Dense Mode, Source Specific Multicast) stub Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) for IPv4 Private VLAN IPv6 First Hop Security source guard Per-VLAN and per-port policers
first you need to forward TCP ports in your router pls write down which TCP ports used for video , audio and control in your DVR and configure to forward this tcp ports in your router it can be do one step using disable the DMZ and it will make less sequrity in your internal network
Check the IPO software is installed correctly and see if the most up to date software is installed, current software version 6.1 for this model.
Uninstall previous version or current version.
Then Reinstall the newest version.(6.1)
Should take of any problems you are having with the phone.
Since you have replaced it once, the problem lies in the software not hardware.
Your ISP address is dynamic, which means every time you log on to your ISP, your WAN IP address changes, this helps to stop hacking. Your ISP even though it is cable uses PPPoE/PPPoA, so you should set your router to this, not dymamic, setting your router to dynamic will make your router look for a different IP address every time your computer tries to log to it, your computer should have e.g 192.168.1.2, which is static, you can check this by going to command prompt and typing ipconfig, see what it brings up. hope this helps and post back if you need further help.