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How to find system IP address

How to find out system IP address details on an unknown BCM 50 system by Firebird Scrambler
Posted: 24 Jun 09

How to find out system IP address details on an unknown BCM 50 system

The guide is intended to be used when working on a BCM 50 that you have no knowledge on its history, IP or Account / Passwords etc.

Find a M7310 / 7324 programming terminal which is connected to the BCM.
Press the Nortel / Feature key followed by 9*8.

The display will show ...                                            User ID:_
                                                                                     RETRY            OK

Key in the Nortel default telset ID of "setnna", which is also 738662 on the phones keypad. Then key in the default password associated with it of "config" or (266344).

If it's successful, then the display will change to       Feature Codes
                                                                                    NEXT               OK

Press OK to list out the systems site ID                      SID:xxxxxxxxxxxx
                                                                                     NEXT          BACK

Write down the site ID, in case you need to get the Keycodes!. Then press BACK.

This time at "Feature Codes", press NEXT 2 times to get to the IP Address menu.

Press OK.  Display shows..                                       IP Address
                                                                                               CHNGE BACK

                   Display shows..                                      DHCP:Disabled
                                                                                      IP        ENL  BACK

Press IP. Display shows..                                           192.168.0.150
                                                                                    NEXT  CHNGE BACK

Press CHNGE, key in the new IP address. Use "*" as the "."
Once you have done that, the display will show "Subnet Mask". The current setting will be listed after a few seconds. i.e.                                255.255.255.0
                                                                                    NEXT         CHNGE

Press NEXT or CHNGE as required. The display will show "Default Gateway". The current setting will be listed after a few seconds. i.e. 192.168.0.1
                                                                                    NEXT       CHNGE
Press NEXT or CHNGE as required. You will end up at the IP Address. If you have made any changes, then you will get a message "Restart Required", followed by..
                                                                                         Restart Now?
                                                                                          NO                   YES

Press "YES" to get another message                                Are You Sure?
                                                                                            YES               NO

Press the "YES" button & you will see the display change to "Restarting ..."

Any active calls will be lost & the normal time & date will appear in a minute. Wait for a good 5 minutes, before trying to see if it's possible to "ping" the BCM system.
 

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