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.
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
(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 0.0.0.0 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.
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what u can try is ... if u have the details for the configration... reset the router by pressing the reset button and hold the reset down for 10 to 15 secs and the router will restart ... go to the router configration page and re configure it ... and see if it works and if u still get the orange light call ur ISP and if u do not have the configration details in that case too call ISP
You can reset it with pressing RESET button for 10 seconds it is in the back side of router.
Then all settings defaults.
Connect your router to computer with ethernet cable then you can access it with following default link. http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.15.1 or http://192.168.2.1 If you are not able to access it with above ip then check your computers ip address gateway ip is your router ip try with it. Then it ask for user name and password. Type user as "admin" and password as "admin" or "password" or blank. Then you can see configuration page of router. If you are still not able to access router with above ip then you need to RESET it for that press RESET button for 10 seconds it is in back side of router then all settings defaults..Then you can access it with above method. . Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.
All Dlink routers has a reset button at the back. Just use a paper clip to press and hold that button hole until the router turns off itself and restarts again. Your router will then return back to defaults with 192.168.0.1 IP address.
Please let me know if this helps. Thank you for using FixYa.
open up internet exploer on any machine and type ip address into the url bar the default is usually 192.168.1.1 but yours maybe different to know your ip address open up your command prompt and type in ipconfig
to open your command prompt in windows xp click run from the start menu and type in cmd
if it is Vista then type cmd in the search and choose the first option
Use a console cable with following minimum pinout (the flat gray one with the RJ45- D9 type converter currently shipping with new P33xx switches will suffice): DB9 Console Port 1 ----------- 6 2 ----------- 3 3 ----------- 2 4 ----------- 4 5 ----------- 5 6 7 ----------- 8 8 ----------- 7 9
Obviously the speed is set to 9600
maybe stop all sessions & try to re-establish a new one. The instruction manual warns u can only run one..
This is from the Cajun P333R manual but it should be very similar if not identical.
arp timeout Command
Use the arp timeout command to configure the amount of time that an entry
remains in the ARP cache. To restore the default value, 14400, use the no form of
The syntax for this command is: arp timeout <seconds>
The syntax for the no form of this command is: no arp timeout <seconds>
To set the arp timeout to one hour:
Router(configure)# arp timeout 3600
To restore the default arp timeout:
Router(configure)# no arp timeout
ip-address IP address, in dotted decimal format, of the station
hardware-address 48-bit address of the local data link
seconds The amount of time, in seconds, that an entry
remains in the arp cache.
After changing all the necessary parameters using the CLI, use the write
command to save your system configuration. If you receive any error messages,
your configuration has not been saved. You must correct the errors and re-issue the
Notification of write errors is presented in a two column display:
? The left column contains the parameter values that you set in this session and
need to be changed.
? The right column contains the parameter values currently saved in the
Wait 15 seconds for confirmation of the write process. Then exit Privileged level by
typing exit at the prompt. For example, CajunP116-priv# exit.
The cursor changes to CajunP116> to indicate that you are in Normal level.
Verify that all the parameters were accurately saved by using the show all or
show all list command.
The Cajun P116 is now ready for cabling and operation. You may exit your CLI