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Contivity 1100 factory default

Contivity 1100 factory default

Contivity 1100 factory default

Is there a default IP address for the 1100 Contivity routers? I'm trying to reset the router to factory defaults.I've got it booted successfully to recovery mode using the reset button during the memory test, but when connected with the console cable its asking for the Administrators user name and the factory default isn't working. I'm not able to get to the web GUI because I don't know the IP address. Not sure where I can go from here, if anywhere.

RE: Contivity 1100 factory default

Have you tried giving yourself and getting to the router on

RE: Contivity 1100 factory default

The password cannot be reset with a factory default, only nortel can reset the password.

with factory default there is no ip address on the box

RE: Contivity 1100 factory default

I found I can edit the config file on the flash card & set the IP address manually then get in and create a new user. I did try those IP address though with no luck. Most of these I've got have been changed since they were pulled from production. The majority of them are freezing during the boot sequence in both recovery mode and normal.

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