No ethernet on hard drive

User avatar
oldboy
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Posts: 787
Joined: 25 Aug 2005 18:24

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by oldboy »

philasphe wrote:Hi,

I cannot access an OXE via ethernet, only the V24 works. I changed the CPU7-2, shelf, connection box and cables and still things don't work. Now i suspect the HDD but unfortunately i don't have a recent backup. Any idea on what the problem is or how can i obtain the backup any other way with FTP not working?

Regards
GTM
Where do these fit into a OXO as what you posted under??? just wondering.

So such a silly question have you checked what pins the ethernet lead from the cpu is plugged into??? how many pins from the bottom???
"Be aware ask a stupid question without at least trying to find the answer first you may get a stupid answer....."

User avatar
cavagnaro
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Posts: 7014
Joined: 14 Sep 2005 19:45
Location: Brasil, Porto Alegre
Contact:

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by cavagnaro »

Following wise oldboy observation moved post :D
I'd make so many jokes but will be marked as rude if do so hehe :P
Good luck guys
Ignorance is not the problem, the problem is the one who doesn't want to learn

OTUC/ICS ACFE/ACSE R3.0/4.0/5.0/6.0
Certified Genesys CIV 8.5
Certified Genesys Troubleshooting 8.5
Certified Genesys BEP 8.x
Genesys Developer

philasphe
Member
Posts: 41
Joined: 04 Sep 2014 03:31

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by philasphe »

See the attached gkermit sequence. I have some questions and remember i am trying to obtain the mao and OPS in the backup folder;

1. I went for the get files from server, is this the proper way of doing it?
2. Where is it dumping the files on my PC
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

User avatar
cavagnaro
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Posts: 7014
Joined: 14 Sep 2005 19:45
Location: Brasil, Porto Alegre
Contact:

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by cavagnaro »

You are on the remote CPU...why on earth you would want it to receive? You want it to send...from there to your PC...
Ignorance is not the problem, the problem is the one who doesn't want to learn

OTUC/ICS ACFE/ACSE R3.0/4.0/5.0/6.0
Certified Genesys CIV 8.5
Certified Genesys Troubleshooting 8.5
Certified Genesys BEP 8.x
Genesys Developer

jasic
Member
Posts: 142
Joined: 14 Oct 2005 09:18

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by jasic »

I use gkermit -r on the CPU to recive files. And start the kermit send on my terminal.

User avatar
cavagnaro
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Posts: 7014
Joined: 14 Sep 2005 19:45
Location: Brasil, Porto Alegre
Contact:

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by cavagnaro »

You don't want it to receive.you want it to SEND to you the ops file, right?
Ignorance is not the problem, the problem is the one who doesn't want to learn

OTUC/ICS ACFE/ACSE R3.0/4.0/5.0/6.0
Certified Genesys CIV 8.5
Certified Genesys Troubleshooting 8.5
Certified Genesys BEP 8.x
Genesys Developer

philasphe
Member
Posts: 41
Joined: 04 Sep 2014 03:31

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by philasphe »

Guys please get this right, i have never done this before, so all i need is help.

I need the system backup and OPS onto my Windows 7 PC, can someone define the full procedure using the gkermit command or otherwise.

User avatar
cavagnaro
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Alcatel Unleashed Certified Guru
Posts: 7014
Joined: 14 Sep 2005 19:45
Location: Brasil, Porto Alegre
Contact:

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by cavagnaro »

You have received many possible ways to do it. You chose kermit...so I'd understand at least you would go google and see more docs on it.
Ignorance is not the problem, the problem is the one who doesn't want to learn

OTUC/ICS ACFE/ACSE R3.0/4.0/5.0/6.0
Certified Genesys CIV 8.5
Certified Genesys Troubleshooting 8.5
Certified Genesys BEP 8.x
Genesys Developer

jasic
Member
Posts: 142
Joined: 14 Oct 2005 09:18

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by jasic »

1. make your backup
2. Go to folder /usr4/BACKUP/IMMED
3. Type gkermit -s mao

philasphe
Member
Posts: 41
Joined: 04 Sep 2014 03:31

Re: No ethernet on hard drive

Post by philasphe »

I read more about kermit over the weekend as suggested by Cavanaro, now i have a few questions. Please refer to the attached file.

1. Which terminal is ideal in this case and please advise on how to start the files transfer
2. Where would i find the transferred files.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

Post Reply

Return to “Beginner's questions about the Common Hardware”