Question about IBM Computers & Internet
Do I need IBM or other special software to manage my IBM 8245 hub? Is this hub upgradable via software, chip replacement or firmware upgrade? I bought this hub new many years ago. I do have the instruction book. None of these topics, if present, are in lay terms. The device does work but will not identify itself to modern network management software. Since it will not identify itself, I am not able to log on to manage the device with the network management tools I have, though I do have the MAC address. My version of the 8245 does not have a com port nor expansion device nor is it part of a stack.
thanks in advance
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is from the Cajun P333R manual but it should be very similar if not identical.
arp timeout Command
Use the arp timeout command to configure the amount of time that an entry
remains in the ARP cache. To restore the default value, 14400, use the no form of
The syntax for this command is: arp timeout <seconds>
The syntax for the no form of this command is: no arp timeout <seconds>
To set the arp timeout to one hour:
Router(configure)# arp timeout 3600
To restore the default arp timeout:
Router(configure)# no arp timeout
ip-address IP address, in dotted decimal format, of the station
hardware-address 48-bit address of the local data link
seconds The amount of time, in seconds, that an entry
remains in the arp cache.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
This is a general answer to head you in the right direction, I hope. Reply back if you need more detail.
If you are syncing with Windows Palm Desktop software, you can (most likely) export contacts, calendar and memo items to a CSV file.
CSV files are data standards. They're simply text files with a comma-delimiter that designates where fields end. This makes them cross-platform compatible.
Once you export to CSV files, get them on your mac (email them to yourself, put them on a flash drive etc) and then import them into iCal, Address book etc.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
I had this same problem and almost threw out the Zen.
The trick to getting the Zen recognized by the firmware update software is to make sure you uninstall BOTH WMP11 as well as the WMP11 Runtime. Those two things are listed separately in Add/Remove programs.
BOTH must be uninstalled before the firmware updater will recognize your Zen.
Now I'm back to using my Zen. It's all good.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
MP3 XINTAI Firmware. Please pass it to the other repliers at the forum, or anyone who needs it.
At last!, I've backed-up the firmware for Xintai MP3 Player from Wilson Co. Ltd., and put it here:
Don't worry cause one of the files (at UI30.RES) has an incorrect checksum. It's due to prior edit on ASCII labels.
I couldn't say it is really the firmware you want, so you must check and verify thoroughly before proceed.
1.- Do not update or reload firmware if your player is working fine (more or less).
2.- If this firmware is not EXACTLY the same version, for the same chipset, there's no guarantee. The player could not work or, even worst, could suffer defintive damage.
3.- It's highly recommendable you BACKUP the existent firmware, despite damage suspects.
4.- To backup and/or restore firmware for this player, you can use "S1res" Ver 4.1, downloadable at:
For restoring firmware, you can also use the "Player Upgrade Tool" Ver 4.18 or superior (part of "MP3 Player Utilities"), downloadable at:
Enjoy your music.
XINTAI MP3 Player
Wilson Co. Ltd.
Bootflash type: F285
brom version: 3.0.80
Firmware version: 9.1.52
giveio ver: 3.0
Flash chip: A514D3AD "HYNIX/SAMSUNG 1024 (LBF)
MTP Manufacturer: Auctions Semiconductor Co.
MTP Version: V1.00.3333
MTP VID: 10D6
MTP PID: 2200
Posted on May 02, 2009
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