Been buying some ex-EAD kit?
Indeed! (At a cost of £0-99, plus delivery to local Argos, who wouldn't?)
If the video is paused at the following times -- 2m 16s, 2m 45s, 3m 00s - 3m 24s, 4m 56s & 7m 02s -- interesting images will be seen.
I can't help directly, but can offer some reading material in the meantime...
This document shows a bit more of the family:
I get the impression that the 150CP has ended up being replaced by some variant of the 150CC, and they appear to do very similar jobs ... but a few alternative connectors.
And I did find a manual for the 150CCf-825:
There is also a Quick Start guide on scribd, but it needs you to join...
Thank you for those links. From my research, it appears that the FSP150CP is an Adva special for the BT Group.
My current quest is to discover the credentials required for access via the Management Serial port and, subsequently, how to modify the existing configuration.
With a "null modem" cable from the FSP150CP's serial port to my laptop computer, I invoke screen -L -U /dev/ttyS0 57600
and then power-on the device.
HW is 0006
Verifying flash image
Initialising forwarding engine
Initialising H/W devices
Initialising traffic management
Initialising packet interface
System Compiled Aug 4 2008 16:21:53
Login : admin
Password : *****
It is almost a reflex reaction to enter admin/admin
at a login/password prompt pairing.
I have tried all variants that I can think of, based on the information printed on the label shown in the second of the two images, attached to my earlier post, and also the handwritten Circuit No & SNEID from the other front panel label.