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LG Switch - IPECS Phone System

LG Switch - IPECS Phone System

LG Switch - IPECS Phone System

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Hi,

We have an IPECS phone system, which consists of:

LG Ericsson MFIM100 PABX

LG Ericsson BRIM4 (ISDN module)

and an

LG Ericsson ES-3026P Switch.

I am unable to login to the Switch with any known site passwords, and the company that set it up do not know either.

Is there any way to get into this switch, or am I going to have to reset it? I am concerned that a reset might wipe out any configuration that exists, but I am unsure if it even has one.

The switch plugs into a core switch via uplink cable, into a VLAN for phones.

We have recently switched to a SIP box for VOIP traffic, which is problematic and not as good as the ISDN lines we had. Unfortunately, in Australia, we have no choice it was going to be cut off at some point.

Also, on the MFIM100 box, there is an 'S3' light which is flickering madly, I have no idea what this is... Or how to troubleshoot it.

I do have access to the IPECS phone system, but it is reasonably complex.

Anyone?

RE: LG Switch - IPECS Phone System

your mfrim 100 will support sip lines direct you have no need for the sip box . you will get 6 channels by default . if you want any more you will need to buy a voim8 expansion card or a voim24 depending how many lines you want .

the leds on the front do flash by default yes .

if you have changed the password you will need to reset the switch .



unless you have port based vlans i wouldn't worry about it .

but from the sounds of it your core switch does that . as i take it you have a core switch with port based vlans and then the switch is plugged in to that port and then all your phones plugged in to the LG switch ?

why do you need to gain access to it ?

should be admin and admin

or admin -password
or might be ipkts



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