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I need to get into a Lucent Clear trac to change IP addressing and such. I would like to throw the damn things away and start new but noooooooo!!! I need to find a manual for this or at least find out some defaults so I can get into the darn thing to figure it out can you help??

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  • ckelldo Jul 25, 2009

    Hey Thank you Doug,

    It is the V 410 Cleartrac from Lucent. Was manufactured in late 90s to 2001 before being discontinued. It is used as an earlier voice of frame relay interface to connect 2 PBX systems together. It uses a telnet interface and does have a serial port on it but I cant get it to bring up anything when connecting to the serial and doing a power cycle. I was hoping someone out there might have some experience with one or better yet a manual for it. Thank you for taking the time.

    Chris

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    Douglessd May 11, 2010

    The following page has a stack of router usernames and passwords.http://www.irintech.com/x1/blogarchive.p... What is the Model Number of your equipment? Have you done a factory reset on it? Do you know if it has a HTTP interface or a Telnet Interface? I don't suppose it has a serial interface for administration? Good Luck. Post more info and I'll help you search. Doug

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Hi Chris, I found this on ebay. http://cgi.ebay.com.au/LUCENT-ACT-NETWORKS-CLEARTRAC-V410-SDM-9400-UAC_W0QQitemZ360173434662QQcmdZViewItemQQptZCOMP_EN_Hubs?hash=item53dc027726&_trksid=p3286.m63.l1177&_trkparms=|293%3A1|294%3A50 . It's a bit of a long shot but maybe that guy has the manual or knows the password. I assume this is for your office and not something you are doing for fun at home. Perhaps you can get your boss to buy a second hand one that comes with a manual. They don't look very expensive.

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