I've used docsis-tool a great deal, but seem to have
come upon a problem now, when compiling on a
It seems that docsis creates faulty files.. the MIC-
calculation isn't correct.
I've compared encodings from a windows-edition, a
32bit:ubuntu, a 32bit:debian, and a amd64bit:ubuntu.
All work except the amd64bit:ubuntu. It gives a
different MIC, and the CMs don't accept the package.
Compiled from scratch on all linux-ones.
docsis -e docsis1.1_classifiers2.cfg keyfile test.cfg
where keyfile = DOCSIS on all
The results are:
Correct: ( windows-edition, a 32bit:ubuntu, a 32bit:
debian all the same)
/* CmMic d21b5758c641df02467ddc889cd37872; */
/* CmtsMic 8498e9330e45b1fc9f34bb64555c3a94; */
Faulty: ( amd64bit:ubuntu.)
/* CmMic b0934912b48c1a7834365947016c6e73; */
/* CmtsMic 028cd57c28aa97746829268caa42b524; */
The two ubuntu-installs are identical when it comes to
When opening the .cfg's in cfgedit.exe (Correlant...),
all packs work except the faulty one (doh)...
Looking forward to a solution... if there already is
one, sorry for the post, but could u direct me to
solution ? 80)
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