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Offline analogRF

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Re: Someone has hacked MDO4000C?
« Reply #50 on: October 31, 2020, 08:14:22 pm »
for DPO/MSO/MDO4000 (no letter at the end) the "only" way is to program and then transfer license from an app module
It takes a while and needs many power on/offs but that's the only way  :(

 
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Re: Someone has hacked MDO4000C?
« Reply #51 on: November 01, 2020, 04:01:46 am »
for DPO/MSO/MDO4000 (no letter at the end) the "only" way is to program and then transfer license from an app module
It takes a while and needs many power on/offs but that's the only way  :(

Quck hack using a broken phone + 24c02, job done in 2 hours  :-+

Thanks.
 

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Re: Someone has hacked MDO4000C?
« Reply #52 on: November 13, 2020, 01:57:36 pm »
an MDO4024C-6 just arrived... and luckily, the week-end just starts...   >:D

thus an MDO4024C with factory SA6, DPO4BND and AFG options.

but SCPI shell on port 4000 doesn't seem to work on MDO4000C  :(
Anyone experienced with the 'C' models ? This one is running FW 1.10 (2018), any idea whether it's a good idea to upgrade or not ?
Strange that netcat isn't working... console log reports daemon started on port 4000...?


Anyway... web console seems to work, additional menu's are there...
here some console file: (start of...)

 errSetConsoleLogState() logging to /usr/local/nv/consoleLog50.txt
 cfgInit
 versionBuildFWVersionString(): TimestampString: 30-Oct-15  11:43   
                                VersionFIRMWAREVERSIONversion: v1.02
                                Major ver num: 1 Minor ver num: 2
 sysInit
 execInit
 hwInit
 vertReprogramFeProc(): Platform Route66c fw 1003 filefw 1003
 Front Panel Firmware update not needed
   Current firmware 1003 >= 1003
 
Main Board HW ID: 0x07

 AFE Board SW ID: 0x02
 cfgGetRfHwInfo(): Contents of CfgRfHwInfo:
  rfHwPresent = 1; rfFrontEndType = 4; rfAfeRev = 2
  rfBw = 6e+09; rfLowBandStartFreq = 9000; rfAttenResolution = 1.000000
  rfAcqMemSize = 2e+09
 
Main Board SW ID: 0x01

       HFD144[0] ID_REG = 0x00001440
       HFD144[1] ID_REG = 0x00001440
       HFD144[2] ID_REG = 0x00001440
       HFD144[3] ID_REG = 0x00001440
 fanControlInit
     Init ADT7476.
 mitlInit
 afgInit
 diagInit
 diagRunEarlyPostDiags
 ialInit
 ialInit(): AFE id 0x2, rev 0x2, bI 8
 calInit
 Factory Checksum:
 Demux initialization
 
Main Board HW Rev: 0x02
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Re: Someone has hacked MDO4000C?
« Reply #53 on: November 13, 2020, 09:16:15 pm »
I think 1.10 is the latest firmware.

Check the

Utility -> I/O -> Socket Server

settings.

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Re: Someone has hacked MDO4000C?
« Reply #54 on: November 16, 2020, 07:57:43 am »
klaus11, for -C models the max possible bandwidth depends on actual board types installed. Try getting device log (as in andyturk's link) to see main/AFE models. There are both MB and AFE limits:
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afeid bw
1, 2 200M
3 1G
4 200M
5 350M
other 200M

mbid, bw
1, 5 1G-1G
2, 6 200M-500M
7 200M-1G

AFE's always report a SW ID, whereas the main board reports a HW ID... so I'm not (yet) 100% convinced the AFE's can't be software-upgraded...
 
 

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Re: Someone has hacked MDO4000C?
« Reply #55 on: January 14, 2021, 12:38:57 pm »
klaus11, for -C models the max possible bandwidth depends on actual board types installed. Try getting device log (as in andyturk's link) to see main/AFE models. There are both MB and AFE limits:
Code: [Select]
afeid bw
1, 2 200M
3 1G
4 200M
5 350M
other 200M

mbid, bw
1, 5 1G-1G
2, 6 200M-500M
7 200M-1G

AFE's always report a SW ID, whereas the main board reports a HW ID... so I'm not (yet) 100% convinced the AFE's can't be software-upgraded...

were you able to upgrade the BW to 350 or 500 or maybe 1G?
 

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Re: Someone has hacked MDO4000C?
« Reply #56 on: Today at 07:35:38 am »
klaus11, for -C models the max possible bandwidth depends on actual board types installed. Try getting device log (as in andyturk's link) to see main/AFE models. There are both MB and AFE limits:
Code: [Select]
afeid bw
1, 2 200M
3 1G
4 200M
5 350M
other 200M

mbid, bw
1, 5 1G-1G
2, 6 200M-500M
7 200M-1G

AFE's always report a SW ID, whereas the main board reports a HW ID... so I'm not (yet) 100% convinced the AFE's can't be software-upgraded...

were you able to upgrade the BW to 350 or 500 or maybe 1G?

Not yet, but planned for this week, will post the result(s) in the coming days...
 


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