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  • Resetting a 480/480g phone to factory settings remotely

    Does anyone know how to do this or if its possible? I know how to do it via the mute commands but was wondering if this can be done remotely via Director or telnet/ssh? If telnet or ssh, does anyone know the password or the command to enable telnet? I attempted to enable via the phonectl tool on the server but get a Authenticate Error.

    Thx

  • #2
    Replace x's with the phone ip address

    phonectl -pw 1234 -telneton xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

    telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

    You could try the command: reset

    I'm not 100% sure if this command factory resets as it seems to still maintain the 802.1x pw.

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    • #3
      I tried that command. It works on our 230 phones. Not the 480's. I get an Authenticate error.

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      • #4
        There is no way to factory reset a phone remotely. I spent a good deal of time researching this when I was re-IPing a customer network remotely. For some odd reason, 3 of the phones had static configs manually entered. I could telnet into them, but the RESET command only reboots them and does NOT reset them to factory values.

        I have no experience with the 480 model. So maybe it's got more features over telnet.

        Short answer: You must be physically at the phone to reset to factory values.

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        • #5
          The SSH private key for the user "admin" is on the server in "Shoreline Data\keystore\ssh\hq_rsa". Once logged in, you get to the CLI for these phones, which offers these commands:

          Code:
          setcfg # sets the parameter in group to the value
          getcfg # gets parameter in group
          reset # resets parameters to factory default value
          log # log control settings
          netstats # dumps values in the netstats datamodel
          netstatus # dumps values in the netstatus datamodel
          time # dumps the current time to nanosecond resolution
          setclock # sets the hw clock.
          getdm # dumps entire DM tree structure
          settimezone # sets a timezone
          events # dump event log
          system # show system CPU/memory/storage
          ping # ping a host over the network
          traceroute # trace the network route to a host
          capture # network packet capture utility
          rebootwhenidle # reboot the phone when no active sessions
          reboot # reboot the phone
          firmwarestatusevent # propagate firmware status to TMS via SIP to switch

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          • #6
            oooh, the 480's have ssh. Learned something new today.

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            • #7
              Thx. I was able to log in via SSH. I did have to convert the existing key to a putty version but no big deal.

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