I have a Tandberg MPS200 that recently lost power. Now that it is back online, it is giving the following error: "Bandwidth Error. There is a problem with the bandwidth on the system- System has neither IP bandwidth or ISDN bandwidth." I briefly remember this problem in the past, but not sure what the resolution was. Any ideas on how to correct this? Thanks,
HI - Do you have physical access to the MPS as well? Can you verify that the blue hot swappable lights are lit or not on the MPS Media Card(s) on the device? If so, can you hard boot the MPS and see if it comes back online?
Also verify if no conferences are listed in the MPS main page. Do you have the option to create?
Also, if you can, while at the MPS and it comes back online, verify the power supply is green on the back of the chassis as well.
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