Question about Paradyne SCP 8417 (8417-b1-000)
What have you done to resolve this issue since your post? My instinctive knee jerk reaction is that the FTP format was incorrect. Meaning, an FTP'd file can be set for either an ASCII (7bit, 8th bit being used for error control or internationalization (extended character sets or codepages) OR a binary (all 8bits are significant) transfer. My guess is one of two items, either the wrong FTP parameter was supplied (or defaulted) in the transfer which corrupted the file, OR the FTP server re-interpreted the FTP file which stripped off some bits. Either way, you are left with a non-functioning card and a file that doesn't actually represent the original binary file. I wonder if you had previously set a management address to your SCP prior to this, or is this a newly powered up card? My first thought would be, if the card doesn't come out of "test" mode in one hour, I'd remove it, let it rest a few minutes, then reinstall. If the "test" led keeps flashing, I'd hook up your PC (and serial port) to atempt communication via the management address web interface(assuming you had set an IP earlier). If no communication occurs, I'd try to set an IP via the CLI, despite the "Test" flashing. Then attempt the web interface. The chances of this working are slim, but hey, you can't make it any worse. Otherwise, your only other option is to call Paradyne at 1-800-870-2221, (since they can burn you a fresh EEprom) ZT3000 "Beta tester of "0"s and "1's"
Posted on Aug 22, 2007
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