[c-nsp] ONS 15454 TCC question

Kyle Duren pixitha.kyle at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 10:56:54 EST 2012


But yes, taking a In service node with 1 TCC card in it, when you insert
the foreign TCC card it will slave off of the existing node,
upgrading/downgrading it to match the working TCC card and also wiping the
config DB/password on the foreign card.

If you wanted to have the password reset manually I think you have to send
the card back to cisco or buy a special cable (console cable).


On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 10:33 PM, Lee Starnes <lee.t.starnes at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> I have an issue where by I have 2 TCC cards with an unknown password on
> them. I can configure the IP address from the fan control panel, so I
> assumed that they have the default passwords in them. What I would like to
> know is if I take a TCC+ card that is already in a different node and
> install it into this one (making sure the TCC+ cards with unknown pw are
> NOT installed) and then install one of the ones with the password issue,
> will it simply copy over the data from the active TCC+?
> If not, does anyone know what the default password might be for a TCC+
> running version 3.42? All documents I have found are for newer versions
> which have either NO password or otbu+1 as the password. There seems to be
> no mention of software versions prior to 4.1.x.
> Thanks,
> Lee
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