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drp node 0 decode error message

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I have an older port server installed connected to a SCO Unix 5.0.6 server. I am periodically getting error messages. Todays sample follows this message. Can anyone give me and idea of what is causing these messages?

Amy help appreciated.

Today the unix system stalled for several minutes and then proceeded normally. That was about an hour after the first set of these message. Don't know if the two are related or not.

Thanks
Alan

Sample:

Tue Sep 28 11:20:33 2004
drp node 0 decode error - 1842x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 0 - Protocol decode error
drp Sent Reset to node 0 - Data received before RWIN established
Tue Sep 28 11:20:44 2004
drp node 0 decode error - 1842x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 0 - Protocol decode error
Tue Sep 28 11:20:54 2004
drp node 0 decode error - 1842x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 0 - Protocol decode error
Tue Sep 28 14:25:12 2004
drp node 0 decode error - 1832x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 0 - Protocol decode error
Tue Sep 28 14:25:22 2004
drp node 0 decode error - 1832x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 0 - Protocol decode error
Tue Sep 28 14:25:33 2004
drp node 0 decode error - 1832x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 0 - Protocol decode error
drp Sent Reset to node 0 - Data received before RWIN established
Tue Sep 28 14:25:43 2004
drp node 0 decode error - 1832x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 0 - Protocol decode error
asked Sep 28, 2004 in Realport by alanmaul New to the Community (1 point)

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9 Answers

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That's a known bug in the driver. If you remove the driver and upgrade, it will go away.
answered Sep 28, 2004 by michaelt Veteran of the Digi Community (768 points)
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I just downloaded the current software and installed about 6 weeks ago. Do I need to remove it and install again?
answered Oct 5, 2004 by alanmaul New to the Community (1 point)
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Yes, you'd need to remove the old version of the software before installing the 3.0.3a version of Realport.

If you're still having problems after removing the old software and installing the version mentioned above, best bet would be to call Technical Support and open a ticket.
answered Oct 5, 2004 by michaelt Veteran of the Digi Community (768 points)
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We're also facing a simlar problem:
OS: SCO Openserver 5.0.6a
DRiVER: 3.0.3a
*This is the first time its been installed on this system so we did not need to uninstall any old drivers


Error Message:
Fri Dec 15 16:47:03 2006
drp node 2 decode error - 02x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Protocol decode error
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Data received before RWIN established
Fri Dec 15 16:47:14 2006
drp node 2 decode error - 02x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Protocol decode error
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Data received before RWIN established
Fri Dec 15 16:47:25 2006
drp node 2 decode error - 02x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Protocol decode error
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Data received before RWIN established
Fri Dec 15 16:47:36 2006
drp node 2 decode error - 02x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Protocol decode error
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Data received before RWIN established
Fri Dec 15 16:47:46 2006
drp node 2 decode error - 02x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Protocol decode error
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Data received before RWIN established
Fri Dec 15 16:47:58 2006
drp node 2 decode error - 02x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Protocol decode error
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Data received before RWIN established
Mon Dec 18 06:27:34 2006
drp node 2 decode error - 02x 02x 02x 02x
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Protocol decode error
drp Sent Reset to node 2 - Data received before RWIN established
answered Dec 20, 2006 by ipdude New to the Community (3 points)
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This is due to a violation in the firmware. The firmware is sending data before the driver has indicated it can. Please be sure the latest firmware revision has been applied to your PortServer unit from the Digi web site.
answered Dec 20, 2006 by userid0 Veteran of the Digi Community (2,158 points)
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After checking the firmware it looks like all portservers are running 3.1.12, now the download page for digi says thats the latest release, but if you check the release notes it says there is a 3.1.13. If someone at digi could please verify there dl page to make sure its pointing to the correct firmware version.

http://www.digi.com/support/productdetl.jsp?pid=2240&osvid=0&s=41&tp=2


Message was edited by: ipdude


Message was edited by: ipdude
answered Dec 20, 2006 by ipdude New to the Community (3 points)
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Oops, someone put the firmware version 3.1.13 out there, but, forgot to edit the description. The file 40001260_AF.bin is the 3.1.13 version. I'll ask one of the web site maintainers to correct this.
answered Dec 20, 2006 by User38 Community Contributor (120 points)
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Thanks
answered Dec 20, 2006 by ipdude New to the Community (3 points)
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corrected on website ;)
answered Dec 20, 2006 by michaelt Veteran of the Digi Community (768 points)
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