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need help resetting an old BCM50 password

need help resetting an old BCM50 password

need help resetting an old BCM50 password

I have a customer with a BCM50. its dying. They can't spend to upgrade right now. I have a replacement BCM50 on the shelf, but I don't have the element manager password. I can log in through the phone but not the element manager. I was looking at trying to do a level 1 reset, which I was told would reset the passwords, but keep the key codes. I need to keep the key codes. Any help is greatly appreciated!

RE: need help resetting an old BCM50 password

There are a number of us who know the procedure and you can find this out for yourself by doing a search on the internet using a few keywords. We can't give out passwords on this forum. In order to reset your nnadmin password, you will require the BCM 50 unit system / site ID which can be found underneath the main box. It will be a MAC address. another way is via the terminal using the Feature 9*8 method.

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RE: need help resetting an old BCM50 password

For the System ID use Feature **SYSID

Yes you can do a Level 1 rest since it's not in use, no harm no fowl.


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