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  1. #14
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    The domains are the same however here is the other info
    under the device Hardware tab.

    Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
    Device Class: SPIDDataFile Error
    Device SubClass: Network Management
    Transceiver: TP/XF-1250
    DSN1: 37/01/01
    XIF Present: False

    Why error by Device Class?
    Is the transceiver correct?
    Any suggestions?

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    It does look like the transceiver is the problem. My guess is that the NAE is FTTP-10. The baud rate is much higher on the TP/XF-1250. That is generally used for backbones or high speed network channels. Does the NAE have 1250 capability?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dapper View Post
    It does look like the transceiver is the problem. My guess is that the NAE is FTTP-10. The baud rate is much higher on the TP/XF-1250. That is generally used for backbones or high speed network channels. Does the NAE have 1250 capability?
    I don't think so but Can I change the 1250 in Lonmaker or
    is the transceiver specified in the .xif file

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    Quote Originally Posted by mechinc View Post
    I don't think so but Can I change the 1250 in Lonmaker or
    is the transceiver specified in the .xif file
    The transceiver is hardware, normally it can not be field changed. You probably need to get a TP/XF 1250 to FT-10 router.

    Kevin
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    The Mitsubishi board has a FT-10 chip in it.
    NAE needs FT-10 communication.
    Load the .XIF file and it shows up TP/XF-1250
    in the NAE.
    Used Echelon tool to look at the .XIF file
    and TP/XF-1250 shows up in the .XIF file.

    Called Mitsubishi tech support and they claim
    they only have one .XIF file for this unit and
    it is FT-10 communication.
    They sent it to me but still same issue.

    Any suggestions?

  6. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by poochz View Post
    The LNS tool can commission without a xif, but the NAE requires one. The easiest is to use Nodeutil to connect to the device and generate a xif file. Then just add the xif to the NAE as a resource.

    Nodeutil182 I believe is the latest, available free from echelon's web site.

    poochz
    Try to get the xif from the device

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    Talking

    I agree with poochz and outofcontrolman you sould not even attempt an integration without nodeutil. once you understand how it works and you will never understand how you got along without it. Just because somebody from the manufacturer sends you an xif doesn't mean it was the right one, if you generate it yourself then there is no question. Anyway its free!!! and you can show off to your friends look how smart I am works great on the chicks too huh!!!!

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