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Old 12-09-2015, 07:26 AM
vtriko vtriko is offline
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Question G700 Configuration problem MGP inaccessible


I tried to configure the G700 MGP via P300:
Welcome to P330
SW version 4.1.12

Login: root
Password accepted.

P330-1(super)# session mgp
Connection to the module is not available !
Available modules are:
G700 (*) In Slot 1
after some time:
P330-1(super)# session mgp

Welcome to Media Gateway Processor
FW version 100.0.0

Login: root

Starting the target shell...

-> PersistentLog:repareFiles() - tffs_status != available
WARNING: The TFFS is not mounted properly!
Persistent logging is unavailable...

machine check
Exception current instruction address: 0x009fd804
Machine Status Register: 0x00009000
Data Access Register: 0x55555555
Condition Register: 0x22000048
Data storage interrupt Register: 0x0000041e
Task: 0x3fbe238 "tLogMgr"

-> version
VxWorks (for PPC 860T) version VxWorks5.4.2.
Kernel: WIND version 2.5.
Made on Jun 24 2004, 11:36:31.
Boot line:
motfec(0,0)host:/vobs/deftyfw.pj/tools/wrs2/target/config/media_gateway_gw/media_gateway_gw.elf e= u=target tn=DAF1
value = 143 = 0x8f

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Old 02-17-2016, 09:14 PM
arahamanshar arahamanshar is offline
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1. Connect to the internal P330 Processor and from the internal P330 Processor Command Line Interface (CLI), issue the command session mgp.
2. If the command fails, retry after one minute.

3. If the second attempt fails, issue the internal P330 Processor command reset mgp.

4. If this command fails, reset the internal P330 Processor with the reset command.

5. If after all these steps the session mgp command still fails, escalate the problem by opening a SR so that G700 can be replaced(MGP is not field replaceable)

6. If the session mgp command succeeds, verify that the IP addresses and netmask of the MGP are correct. From the MGP CLI, issue the command show interface.

7. If the IP addresses and subnet mask do not match, then change the configuration with the set interface mgp command.


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