Re: MW1122 Troubleshooting
Mark Foster <blakjak <at> blakjak.net>
2006-12-22 06:22:51 GMT
Sounds like it's Toast. Probably needs reflashing of its OS as a stab in
the dark - but the M[W]1122 is an old box these days. I dare say your
quickest fix will be to pick up a cheapie from DSE or maybe even
If you're mad keen to fix it, this requires a console cable (you'll likely
have to make one up - i'm sure the pinouts are on the web somewhere) and
the latest Router Firmware (I have copies <at> http://www.blakjak.net/adsl I
think - certainly they'd be on http://www.nzdsl.co.nz). This assumes that
the console still has some level of response...
I vote for getting a new one. Less grief in the longer term. The M1122
are long since discontinued and are no longer supported by Nokia - havn't
been for some time.
On Fri, 22 Dec 2006, Feral wrote:
> My MW1122, after being switched off in order to shut down the internet, is
> refusing to boot. It flashes the power and status lights as it ought to, but
> never gets beyond doing that.
> It was switched off with the button on the back - while connected to a
> windoze system through the standard ethernet cable.
> Has anyone seen this before, or have any ideas on fixing it?
> (I would normally just buy a new one, but I'm poor at present and I need it
> working *very* urgently).
> Just another victim of the ambient morality
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