Originally Posted by ceenhad
Ip address issues. The router probably redid the dhcp table when it was rebooted (definately if it was replaced!!!!).
You'll also need to check the ip address for the cross over connection under windows xp. I can't remember exactly what you set. But it needs a valid adress to avoid conflicts.
Something is a miss. Is there anyway the ADA ISO can get all screwed up?
I can now connect to the ADA via crossover cable from my laptop and make and changes to the IP address etc. However, unless I use the IP address I have always used with the ADA from the start I am unable to control it via iRule.
I use 192.168.0.255, if I change this to say 192.168.0.200 in the ISO program, then set the same in IRule I receive the red symbol showing no connection, keep this set to 192.168.0.200 in the ISO and put iRule back to 192.168.0.255 I get connection but am unable to make any adjustments via the remote even though it say's I have connection???
Also, I am unable to set any other Subnet Mask other than 255.255.0.0 If I try any other setting i.e 255.255.255.0 'which I am pretty sure I have always used' I am unable to connect to the ADA directly or over Lan.
Also, I am still unable to use the PEQ program, it boot's up, and say's it's connected 'it tell's me this if I try to open the HD suite program', but it does not make any real time changes, and the blank box just above PEQ on PEQ off stays blank, nor do I receive any feedback?
I have tried a factory reset, but this hasn't helped. Is there another way to take the unit back to it's original state or am I barking completely up the wrong tree?
I have looked in my routers DCHP table, and there is no sign of conflict. I wander if my next stage should be disconnecting everything from my LAN network except for my office PC and ADA?