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Clear V3000 back to factory defaults

Clear V3000 back to factory defaults

Clear V3000 back to factory defaults

I have a V3000 that we've replaced with another system and are moving to a brand new facility.  Is there a easy way to wipe it back to defaults (ie, delete mailboxes, phone numbers, etc.), yet not touch licenses (VTLs, phones, etc.)?

RE: Clear V3000 back to factory defaults

There isn't a really easy way to go about this, you can purge the database which shouldn't effect the licenses but however it will wipe all phones, vmail's etc.  Back up the licenses before you do anything.  What I have done in the past is ftp into it and delete certain things, this is more advanced and you need to know exactly what you want and don't want.  If you need help let me know.

RE: Clear V3000 back to factory defaults

I forgot about the Database Purge commands.  Someone else in our orginazation does more work on the NBX/V3000 platforms than I do and knew how to do this.

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