[c-nsp] ONS 15454 TCC question
lee.t.starnes at gmail.com
Sat Jan 28 15:04:01 EST 2012
Thanks everyone that gave input on this. Installing the problem card in a
chassis that has a working card solved the password and software version
issues. It took about an hour per TCC to clear, but it did work.
On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 6:32 AM, John Brown <john at citylinkfiber.com> wrote:
> Hi Lee,
> If memory serves you can put a TCC into a system that already has an
> active TCC.
> The inserted TCC will be the protect TCC and it should slave the data over
> from the Active.
> That was one way to reset the password. Another is with a special serial
> port adapter that plugs onto the TCC circuit board.
> Its basically a TTL to RS232 line-driver chip, a DB9 and a bit of ribbon
> cable with a header plug on it.
> You might try
> CISCO or CISCO15 as the defaults
> On 1/25/12 11:33 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.
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