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How can I reset it back to original configration

How can I reset my Cajun P333T Switch back to the original configuration. I tried to change the IP address of it and i realized afterward that there was a conflict between IP and subnet. Please help me, a prompt answer would be most appreciated. Thanks, Eric

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Re: How can I reset it back to original configration

Hey Eric, I do use same Avaya switch at my lab at office. To me what you have to do is quite simple, first of all you have to get from your network administrator the following info: - Free IP to assign to the switch - Subnet - Gateway (If you ping such IP from a machine of same subnet, there will not be an answer). Then log as superuser (#) and do this: 1. Type set interface inband Replacing , and with the VLAN, IP address and netmask provided by your network administrator and press Enter. (for VLAN you can list them and decide which one to use, but normally you should use 1) 2. Type reset and press Enter to reset the stack. 3. After the Reset, perform login again as superuser.  4. Type set ip route , replacing and with the destination and gateway IP addresses. (If you want all packets not from your subnet to be send to the gateway, then use as destination, list routes set on device for more info) 5. Press Enter to save the destination and gateway IP addresses. That's all. Your switch will be rechable from your same subnet and from other networks if your gateway is working properly and there's no other element blocking you the access. Good Luck!

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