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Pix 501 not responding

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I have Pix 501 which I rest to factory default. After reset,  it stopped  responding to https://192.168.1.1. I tried connecting it using Hyper terminal, but no response. How do I make it work?
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Do a complete poweroff

unplug cables and plug then back again

Check your connectivity whether cables are fixed properly

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by:Scotty_cisco
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stay consoled into the unit while you power cycle as well to see if there is any post information that comes up.

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scott
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With the console cable connected; when I reboot the firewall  I see all weird characters in the terminal window.
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ok try changing console speed standard is 9600 8 data bits 1 stop bit no parity but try changing speeds and going through the process see if ou can get it to be readable text.

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Scott
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With 2400 & 4800 I get some characters in the window, above that speed the windows is just blank.
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anything you can make out that say that the device is posting or booting up?

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nothing,it is just  a grabage.
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did you try my solution

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That's not good....

is this under contract or purchased recently?  Sounds like the flash is corupt and the ROMON is not even taking over.

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Yes ded9
I tried that too, it didn't help.
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No, it is not under any contract. It is old. So you meant, there is no remedy?
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well it may have just died I would see if you can open it up and reseat the memory modules ect and such but if you can't even get to ROMON then there is most likley a bigger problem.

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scott
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