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 support@cubemc.com for review

Netspeak.txt

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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