The cached text contains information i completely forgot that could be useful in clearing some of the confusion. Since you need to build the maintenance cable, i’m going to finish commenting about it Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. If everythings goes nicely you won’t get a message saying “Cable1: JPG 6 – JP First, plug one end of the supplied phone cord into the ADSL jack, and the other end of the same phone cord directly into your telephone jack.

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Gnet BB2060 – router – DSL modem – desktop

Misc Sep 13, We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. Networking by Aloysius Low Oct 4, JPG 10 – U Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.

Since you need to build the maintenance cable, i’m going to finish commenting about it Networking by Shara Tibken Oct 22, Provided there’s no split path involving a hidden line from under U8, those who are handy with a soldering iron may appreciate that they would be able to modify the circuit ahead of pin 3 so that some mechanical switch can override the Write Protection signal.

Are we seeing the end of the road for the Windows NT kernel? Bicephale Member Jul-8 1: If no Master SCk path to the JP1 connector had been there, it would have seemed logical to assume that U10 has to remain in partial control of U8 at all times.

I’ll give it a shot in a moment.

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In farm country, forget broadband. Run the ‘LoadFi’ utility and type “1” to restore the FirmWare using ‘teimage. So, looks like I need to make up a cable then, from the pictures on the link you gave saved to a webarchive file so I have a local copy it doesn’t look too difficult a thing to build, so I’ll pop off to TigerDirect at some point and source the parts to build one.


I read the manual and connected the device to a PC via the console cable and tried gaining access via Hyperterminal. Rental car lied to me! A multimeter on the TxD line confirms that RJ is an input the signal level remains flat at 0 Volts if the DB-9 end of the cable is unterminatedthe other line is an output voltage transitions will appear at RJ, on the contrary. Anyway, the good news is the owner won’t need to mess around with TTL to LVTTL signal translation in order to FLASH the device during emergencies because a simple RS interface made of discrete parts is built in an empty U12 landing pad meant for a specialized Maxim chip appears next to it but someone must have thought the cost was prohibitive, i suppose Once again, thank you very much indeed!

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My GNet’s FirmWare is v2. A PCB pass-thru on the U10 side of that resistor between it and the “C41” mark nearby goes to a solder-side bridge next shot and a jumper a 0 Ohms resistor making direct contact electrically speaking with JP DB Connector with Ohms resistor. Misc by Antuan Goodwin Apr 25, As shown previously in my article, a few pins meet my expectations but others remain moem receive close attention so the reader’s discretion is advised Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic.

Oh, and somewhere it says that “Serial Mode” is 4.

Not to suprised really as when connecting via the console method in hyperterminal it never gets passed the “Loader Checksum JPG 7 – JP Misc by Wayne Cunningham Aug 26, Click on Obtain an IP address automatically. That’s no evidence for anything else but it will make some of us wonder if this is where the ground-plane ends or where a copper trace begins.


You can leave your modem turned on all the time if you wish, or have it turned on and off with your computer by using a power bar.

Well, this is what the rescue kit looks like but i wonder if that’s actually sound in a real world Lastly, plug the power cord into the wall and into the power jack on the modem. Make sure that the phone cord is plugged tightly into the modem and phone jack Ensure that the line it is connected to is the same one service was activated on Make sure you do not have any filters placed between the modem and the wall Make sure you have filters on all your other phone sets Try plugging the modem into another jack to see if its a physical problem Try unplugging all the other telephone devices phones, answering machines, etc from your home to see if any of them are causing interference, if the ADSL light goes solid then plug them back one at a time until the offending device is identified Failing that please contact us for assistance.

I doubt it’ll work as I don’t think the modem is getting to the point where TFTP will be enabled, but it is worth trying, who knows, it might work.