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  • Telnet Commands

    Firstly, sorry if this question's been asked. I've tried using the search functions but to no avail.

    My question is very simple: How does one, via a telnet session to an SG 60/12, view the IP configuration to see what the default gateway is set to?

    Thanks in advance!

  • #2
    There is variation depending on the version of Shoretel (newer versions require a password to enable telnet) and the switch you have.

    ipbxctl.exe -telneton IP of switch

    login to switch using username/password listed in the maint. guide

    run bootChange (don't change anything if you just want to view)


    • #3
      Awesome. That's precisely what I needed. Thanks!


      • #4
        You can also use flsh_printBootLine which will return the configured parameters.