We are facing a problem from last few days. We are having WIC-2T card having Hardware Version:1.0 and Board Revision :B0. When I connect this particular WIC-2T to LOOP modem, my serial interface shows status "up" including the line protocol status. But no data flows. When I connect the same WIC-2T card to a RAD modem, my problem is resolved.
But now the problem, lots of customers are having this particular WIC-2T card but unfortunately they are already having LOOP modem in place. So every time, I had to tell the customers to replace LOOP modem with RAD modem and their problem was solved.
Has anything more to b done when I connect WIC-2T card with this particular specifications to the LOOP modem??
Once I was having the same WIC-2T card at both ends. At one end, I connnected RAD modem and the other end a LOOP modem to the same particular WIC-2T cards. My line protocol status was showing continuously "up" and "down". So I was suggested to enter one command "invert txclock" on the serial interface which was having LOOP modem connected. And my problem was solved.
But what when I am having LOOP modems connected to these particular WIC-2T cards with H/w Version:1.0 and Board Revision: B0???
have you found a solution to this issue? I have a end-user who's also facing similar situation. They're currently using the LOOP-E 1500-2S CSU/DSU via v.35 with WIC-2T. Same hardware & board revision as what you had depicted.
The link between the sites will go down intermittently. They have tested using a WIC-1T, and it didnt face any of WIC-2T's intermittent issue at all.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.