Network Diagnostics via USB

Network Diagnostics via USB

To view the current network diagnostics from a CUBE: 

  • Unzip the attached USB Diagnostic Tools folder
  • Copy "Manifest.xls" and "netdiag.txt" onto the root of a USB drive
  • Insert USB drive into CUBE
  • Wait about 1-2 minutes
  • Remove USB drive, and insert drive into computer
  • Open netdiag.txt to view network diagnostics, or send file to for review


To have the CUBE speak the network settings from the audio output (which can be heard via headphones, the phone system's On-Hold feature, or speakers if they are connected), include the "netspeak.txt" file on the USB drive. 

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