i have CC-64 connected to ESP-1240. I'm trying to change the default IP but it fails. it showing an error (check the attachment). the unit is up-to-date. i have tried using direct connection or through switch. what shall i do
CSD: V 5.3.2 and also tried with 5.1 and 4.4.2
CC-64 V 1.120
Oct 27, 2017
Can you please try the following:
Connect PC and CC64 to a managed switch and set the switch port where the CC64 is connected to, to 10mb/half duplex and try to update again?
I recently had a similar experience as I tested some client files here with my office demo gear. The CC-64 was reluctant to change IP addresses, but I made it work by changing my computer's NIC to 10 Mbps Half Duplex:
I found it best to manually reboot the CC-64 first, then change the IP and let it run the process and reboot on its own. On one occasion, it told me that it failed, but I manually rebooted again and it popped back in with the updated address (despite the failed message).
In my case, I have 3 different processors in my office on the same switch. Once in awhile, one or more will have different firmware versions installed (sometimes beta) and in this instance, I may not have had the CC-64 clearly associated with the target processor - which is why I thought the issue was isolated to my set-up. But you might give the above a try to se if it helps. After your address has been successfully migrated to the desired IP range, you can switch the NIC back to Auto-Negotiate.
Hope this helps.
I believe we have a slightly reluctant warrior here, Abboud. Here are a couple more things to try - after which I am out of ammunition:
If the CC-64 is able to be programmed and is controlling the system as intended under the original IP address, it "should" be able to be updated to a new IP address. That doesn't mean that it "will" be able to be updated, but I have beaten several of these reluctant warriors into submission using all or some combination of the steps above.
Jan 24, 2017
To back up Dave's second-to-last bullet point above, I've had a few cases where disabling all other NICs on the computer seemed to be the only resolution to a CC-64 refusing to change IPs.
Let us know how it works out.