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I have a DTC 16IX box which is conected to a Eternet Lynksys 8 por workgrou hub. That is plugged into a wireless router. I had someone work on my pc network and ever since then, I cannot get signed on to the HP3000 over the network. Do these connecti...
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I need to understand how to interpret results using the ioscan function. The HP document, Configuring HP-UX for Peripherals, was helpful, but doesn't seem to answer how to read the ioscan H/W Path results properly. Using the HP-UX I/O Scan command, w...
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Using the HP-UX I/O Scan command, we receive the apparent hardware configuration from Cell to CCA installed in I/O Chassis with IP settings. However, we do not understand the numbering sequence that identifies the component callout. For example, 0/0...
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Hello, I have a console 700/96 connected to an rp3410, and unwittingly the console is set in "mp login" and I think for that reason I can not log in. How do I get back in the "login / password"? thanks
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I have a 9000/871/D370 server and it needs more memory. I need to know what is the maximum amount of memory I can put in it. Thanks
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I have L-Class systems on o/s 11.0 in the field. We have previously setup the L-Class systems with a modem connected to the w cable in the port labeled remote with a 9 to 25 pin modem cable using the HP Support Link, the MultiTech Modem, and an AT...
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The reason could be the old firmware of this "ILO" (better call it MP). However, there is no benefit in using the GUI, better simply do ssh to the MP.
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STM can be used to display FRU information, but is dependant on the hardware. The components in question need to have a FRUI ID EEPROM in order for this info to be displayed. I dont have an N4000 to test this on for you, but its easy enough to run. #...
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Here you go: - size: bigger than a breadbox, but smaller than a Leibert (though not by much) - weight: 'bout a 1/4 ton - power consumption: invest in energy stock OK, so maybe your looking for facts not opinion. I can attach another doc showing simil...
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