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E1 Card EEprom Erase

Sabbah
Occasional Advisor

E1 Card EEprom Erase

Yesterday I was working on an issue with calling at customer site, and during the troubleshooting I configured the E1 card (operated by NBX 3001R 6.0.63 version) with IP address. After finishing testing I wanted to revert back the E1 card configuration to default (without assigned IP address), but it will not accept any commands from the NBX Web interface. So I connected my PC to the E1 card console and issued the two commands "eraseEEprom" and "dumpEEprom", then I rebooted the card. After reboot, the card reported strange information as follows:

  1. It reported "T1" where as before it used to be "E1"
  2. It reported "12" DSP, whereas before it used to be "16".
  3. It reported strange MAC address: "0000:ffff:ffff"

When issuing the command "nbxShowEEConfig" I get the following:

[Start]

TEP EEPROM Contents:

[ 03] EEProm Checksum:     ffff
[ 04] EEProm Version:      ffff
[ 05] Serial Number Low:   ffff
[ 06] Serial Number High:  ffff
[ 07] Model Number:        ffff
[ 08] Hardware Revision:   ffff
[ 09] Software Revision:   ffff
[ 48] IP Addr:             255.255.255.255
[ 52] Default Gateway:     255.255.255.255
[ 50] IP Subnet Mask:      255.255.255.255
[ 00] MAC Addr:            0000:ffff:ffff
[ 54] NBoss IP Addr:       255.255.255.255
[ 61] NBoss MAC Addr:      ffff:ffff:ffff
[ 30] dspCmdFilterEnable:  ffffffff

[End]

Whereas before I used to get the following:

[Start]

TEP EEPROM Contents:

[ 03] EEProm Checksum:     0000
[ 04] EEProm Version:      0000
[ 05] Serial Number Low:   0000
[ 06] Serial Number High:  002c
[ 07] Model Number:        4ec3
[ 08] Hardware Revision:   0f00
[ 09] Software Revision:   0100
[ 48] IP Addr:             255.255.255.255
[ 52] Default Gateway:     255.255.255.255
[ 50] IP Subnet Mask:      255.255.255.255
[ 00] MAC Addr:            00e0:bb2c:4ec3
[ 54] NBoss IP Addr:       255.255.255.255
[ 61] NBoss MAC Addr:      ffff:ffff:ffff
[ 30] dspCmdFilterEnable:  00000000

[End]

Is there a way to make that E1 card back to its original mode and state? (I feel I have damaged it, but still have the hope someone can direct me to re-program the right information again)