INT-IP2 board wont startup

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gnuttisch
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INT-IP2 board wont startup

Post by gnuttisch » 26 Feb 2015 10:21

Hi,

I got an int-ip2 board that dont want to start up, if I replace the slot whit another int-ip2 board it works, so it has to be an board issue.

Anyone who has any idea? The board just keep resetting its self.

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###############################
#        Mount BOOT FS        #
###############################
File       : 0060E8A0..0060EC5C -> 38C72A81             linux-boot.bin
File       : 0060EC83..0068A1EA -> EE1E86DA             vmlinux.bin.gz
File       : 0068A20B..0068A8D2 -> C483B65D                 rdimage.gz
File       : 0068A8EE..0068A8F0 -> 5BE3136B                   info.txt
###############################
#            BOOT             #
###############################
MAC Address: 00:80:9F:53:42:0D
PCMS  Code : 3BA23193ACAF06ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ
Config.Word: 07628005
Code       : 00600000..0060E87C
Boot FS    : 0060E87C..0068A8F0
Heap       : 00E00000..013FFFFF
Command    : 005F0000..005F00FF
Residual   : 00607DE0..00607E08 -> 005F0100..005F0128
Gunzip     : 0060EC83..0068A1EA -> 00000000..002130B8   vmlinux.bin.gz [Ok]
Gunzip     : 0068A20B..0068A8D2 -> 00488000..005F0000       rdimage.gz [Ok]
Ram disk   : 00488000..005F0000
Linux      : root=/dev/ram
###############################
#  BOOT: booting the kernel   #
###############################
Remove VMLINUX Memory Block [00000000..002A7000]
Black Memory Hole [01800000..02000000]
RamDisk Memory Block [00488000..005F0000]
Total memory = 32MB; using 128kB for hash table (at c02c0000)
Linux version 2.2.12/Alcatel build 1.12 (@colebu03) (gcc version 2.8.1) #45
 Fri Apr 2 12:15:42 MEST 2004
Boot arguments: root=/dev/ram
INTIP BOARD Revision C : second 8Ko banks of DPRAM are reserved for QMC2 device
time_init: decrementer frequency = 600000000/60
Calibrating delay loop... 79.67 BogoMIPS
Global Linux Allocation OK [00000000..0031A800]
remove_mem_piece: bad overlap [2b7000,31b000) with [2b7000, 2c0000) [2e0000, 488000) [5f0000, 1800000)
Memory: 19956k available (1044k kernel code, 2136k data, 0k init) [c0000000,c2000000]
 [31b000, 488000) [5f0000, 1800000)
POSIX conformance testing by UNIFIX
Linux NET4.0 for Linux 2.2
Based upon Swansea University Computer Society NET3.039
NET4: Linux TCP/IP 1.0 for NET4.0
IP Protocols: ICMP, UDP, TCP, IGMP
Starting kswapd v 1.5 þCPM UART driver version 0.02
ttyS00 at 0x07fc is a SMC
RAM disk driver initialized:  16 RAM disks of 4096K size
CPM ENET Version 0.1, 00:80:9f:53:42:0d
RAMDISK: ext2 filesystem found at block 0
RAMDISK: Loading 1440 blocks [1 disk] into ram disk... done.
EXT2-fs warning: mounting unchecked fs, running e2fsck is recommended
VFS: Mounted root (ext2 filesystem).
Freeing unused kernel memory: 0k init

linux running ...
Seting BAT1 to disable physical R/W access

Create TTY device
Monitoring activated

FPGA programming with new binary...Ok
00000001-000001AB: Trace ok
00000002-000001AC: Boot : Data boot OK [Nb 0, Nw 0, Bad 0]
Config : Configuration OK
00000003-000001AD: FSK : fastsk init done
ResetMon : Save Registers to BOOT2APPLI memory area
ResetMon : Clear Reset status register
Create EthMon object
Create FastPing object
00000004-0000020E: Application Descriptor at address 0xc19ffeb8







------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Logical Board  : INTIP A Boot

Physical Board : Revision 2 = AC (MPC8250 40MHz, V36, Alize V24 cable)
MuP            : Version 8081 Revision 1014

Boot/download version   : intip   _06.11  _14Jun11_17h13

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          --->  Hit ENTER key to suspend coupler boot process  <---
INTIP:
                     5 sec left before starting coupler
                     4 sec left before starting coupler
                     3 sec left before starting coupler
                     2 sec left before starting coupler
                     1 sec left before starting coupler


                              Starting Coupler






00000005-000006C4: MngtC1cpl : WAIT FOR C1 CLOCK
00000006-000006C4: MngtC1cpl : C1 CLOCK PRESENT
00000007-000006C4: C1:start_broadcasting
00000008-000006C4: CPU found on link 10
00000009-000006C4: Board Add Rq -> CPU
0000000A-000006C5: BOARD_ADR_RSP cold in cold Init
0000000B-000006C5: ConfigIP : Discovering our IP Address
0000000C-000006CA: ConfigIP : using DSCP
0000000D-000006CA: ConfigIP : default DSCP set to 0x2E
0000000E-000006CA: ConfigIP : Start Ethernet Link ...
0000000F-000006CA: EthMon : New ethernet abilities set [ 100MBps Full ]
00000010-000006CA: EthMon : Forced mode will be used
00000011-000006CA: EthMon : Lauch Ethernet Phyter
00000012-000006CA: EthMon : Ethernet Phyter ready
00000013-000006CA: EthMon : Start forced mode ...
00000014-000006CA: EthMon : Force Phyter [100MBps/Full]
 (Unexpected) Message:18 0A 58 00 02 0F 00 04 08 FE 91
 (Unexpected) Message:00 00 19 00 02 0F 00 04 08 FE 88
00000015-00000AB3: EthMon : Wait for Link Up ...
00000016-00000B7C: EthMon : Link Up :)
00000017-00000B7C: ConfigIP : Startup of Ethernet Link succeed :)
00000018-00000B7C: ConfigIP : IP Address        : 172. 20.  0.100
00000019-00000B7C: ConfigIP : IP Subnet Mask    : 255.255.255.  0
0000001A-00000B7C: ConfigIP : IP Default Router : 172. 20.  0.  1
0000001B-00000B7D: ConfigIP : Query Default Router 172. 20.  0.  1 using ICMP ECHO REQUEST .
0000001C-00000B7D: ConfigIP : Default Router alive :)
0000001D-00000B7D: Do not download lanpbx.cfg for role INTIP-A
0000001E-00000B7D: Simulate lanpbx.cfg for role INTIP-A
0000001F-00000B7D: created lanpbx file contents TYPE=A4400 VERSION=1 IP_DOWNLOAD=172.20.0.5 IP_CPU1=172.20.0.5

00000020-00000B7D: LANPBX : SEARCH OF THE GOOD CPU FROM LANPBX.CFG
00000021-00000B7D: LANPBX : contents of the line 1 of lanpbx.cfg :
00000022-00000B7D:          IP_DOWNLOAD= 172.20.0.5
00000023-00000B7D:          IP_DOWNLOAD_RD= None
00000024-00000B7D:          IP_CPU1= 172.20.0.5
00000025-00000B7D:          IP_CPU2= None
00000026-00000B7D: BININTIP : Download of the binary [Current size limit : 1024KBytes]
00000027-00000B7D: SEARCH FOR CPU : Try to start with cpu 172.20.0.5 (tftp client number 0 try to download file 'binintip').
00000028-00000B81: SEARCH FOR CPU : cpu 172.20.0.5 accept INTIP board
00000029-00000B81: SEARCH FOR CPU :             -> CPU1 physical address : 172.20.0.5
0000002A-00000B81: SEARCH FOR CPU :             -> CPU2 physical address : None
0000002B-00000B81: BININTIP : Binary is up to date -> stop the download of the binary
0000002C-00000B81: BININTIP_APPLI : Warning, Binary Numbering Option used (number 9)
0000002D-00000B81: BININTIP_APPLI : Warning, Try to download binintip_9 file
0000002E-00000B81: BININTIP_APPLI : Download of the binary [Current size limit : 2047KBytes]
0000002F-00001BF9: ConfigIP : Ethernet check success
00000030-00003E56: BININTIP_APPLI : Trying to download binintip_appli
00000031-00003E56: BININTIP_APPLI : Download of the binary [Current size limit : 2047KBytes].
00000032-00003E5A: BININTIP_APPLI : Binary is up to date -> stop the download of the binary
00000033-00003E5A: BININTIP_APPLI : Move binary to execution area [C1800000]
00000034-00003E5A: MngtINTIP : Restarting on Application
Reset: Stop the coupler (ano 000000FF save 00000000) <0>
Flushing Black Memory Hole ...
Restarting Board...File       : 0180D8A4..01910908 -> 872F1C60             vmlinux.bin.gz
CRC Error [AFF737B4]
Exit

spynet
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Re: INT-IP2 board wont startup

Post by spynet » 26 Feb 2015 12:29

Hello,
is it an INTIP-A or an INTIP-B/IOIP
Compare the Jumpers on the Board?
Are they identical?

gnuttisch
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Re: INT-IP2 board wont startup

Post by gnuttisch » 27 Feb 2015 01:33

Hi,

Im running the board as an INTIPA board, and the jumpers are set the same on them both.

gnuttisch
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Re: INT-IP2 board wont startup

Post by gnuttisch » 10 Mar 2015 02:24

Does anyone know how the flash the board via pc installer?

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mustafa.ahmad
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Re: INT-IP2 board wont startup

Post by mustafa.ahmad » 10 Mar 2015 10:24

you can use the PC Installer and select the GD/GA binary instead of the Linux + call handling .
and when the second window opens , select intip2 over there.

gnuttisch
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Re: INT-IP2 board wont startup

Post by gnuttisch » 10 Mar 2015 12:10

Sorry, I can only see INTIP3 option ?

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mustafa.ahmad
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Re: INT-IP2 board wont startup

Post by mustafa.ahmad » 06 Apr 2015 04:17

then you will need to install the Omni PCX Installer of the Release 9 or 8 .

As presently it must be of R 11 , and INTIP2 is obsolete from R 11 , so I suppose there will be no option to select INTIP2.

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Re: INT-IP2 board wont startup

Post by OXE_4400 » 06 Apr 2015 09:01

Are You using MAC address checkong in OXE? If YES, then You need to change MAC in shelf/board/Ethernet level.

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