The stinger box reset and rebooted to the BOOT> prompt, we can still access the stinger via telnet meaning that the IP that will configure on it is still intact but we cannot get to the admin prompt. All the subscribers ports are completely down.
Please can u assist me, do I need to reload the software. The boot loader version is 9.7.1 and hardware revision : 2.1 model B
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If you log on to SP1 using VT100 and you get garbage the port is properly set for CPSS and you will have to use a craft interface to log on talking CPSS to the node. The S1 switch on the control card is to reset the database on the node, but you can also use this to reset the SP1 port back to VT100...be very careful doing the following procedure as you can delete the database. Power down the node and press and hold in S1 then power up the node still pressing in S1, look at the the display it will after going trough it's start up process display a "0" ...release S1 and press S1 again....this will reset your SP1 to VT100 and you will be able to log on again. "0" reset SP1 and if it display a "1" and you carry on you will delete the database. As I warned you the "1" will delete the database, if for some reason you are stuck on "1" just power done the node without pressing S1 and it will restore as previous setting....good luck!!!
If you reset the control card to a "0" the SP ports will default to 9600 VT100. Make sure that you connect on the back plain SP1. Reset with"0" will only reset the SP ports. Reset with "1" will default your database and all connections will be lost. Access will be Level-5, Password-mainstreet.
you need a reboot and a serial console I'm afraid. Lots of places on Cisco that detail the password recovery process, it's quite complex so I'm not going to go into detail, but you need to be physically in the same room connected with a serial console cable (9600 baud) for it to work. Basically, use break to interrupt the startup, change the config register to ignore startup config, reboot , go to enable mode, copy run start, enter config mode and reset the password.
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.
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 answer "depends."
If the DSL modem is in bridge mode, then NO.
If you have opened up a WAN management port in the DSL modem, then YES.
If the modem's management port is not open to WAN access, then do what I do.
Remote into the site, past the DSL, then go backwards into the LAN portion of the DSL and reboot it.
But..of course these answers are too easy and not what you are looking for, probably.
The DSL provider can reboot the dsl modem.
But there is no software or command I'm aware of that can reboot or resync a "fritzed out" modem.
"Beta tester of "0"s and "1's"