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Rebooting a BCM 400 4.0 / BCM 450

Rebooting a BCM 400 4.0 / BCM 450

Rebooting a BCM 400 4.0 / BCM 450

I know with a BCM 400 ver 3.7 or earlier you are able to perform a reboot remotely. Is there any way to reboot a BCM 400 ver 4.0 or 450 remotely if you have access to the main splash page?

RE: Rebooting a BCM 400 4.0 / BCM 450

The Windows versions use a "web browser" the newer Linux versions use "Business Element Manager"
Neither have a "splash page"

You can reboot remotely from "Business Element Manager"


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RE: Rebooting a BCM 400 4.0 / BCM 450

Not sure if the problem is something inside the BCM, but I cannot connect using Element Manager unless somebody on site reboots the BCM. I can, however, get to the main splash page going to the web page 10.xxx.xxx.xxx. Just thought there was a command using PuTTy to force a remote reboot.

RE: Rebooting a BCM 400 4.0 / BCM 450

If you know how to log onto the BCM that uses the Linux operating system,then there is an option to reboot the BCM using your normal login account.

Avaya BCM50 Release 6
Build 2.52

WARNING! This computer system and network is PRIVATE and
PROPRIETARY and may only be accessed by authorized users.
Unauthorized use of this computer system or network is
strictly prohibited and may be subject to criminal prosecution,
employee discipline up to and including discharge, or the
termination of vendor/service contracts. The owner, or its
agents, may monitor any activity or communication on the
computer system or network. The owner or its agents may
retrieve any information stored within the computer system or
network. Users should have no expectation of privacy as to any
communication on or information stored within the computer
system or network, including information stored locally or
remotely on a hard drive or other media in use with this
computer system or network.

............... BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER .......................


(0)---> Exit
(1)---> Reboot
(2)---> Shutdown
(3)---> Safe OS
(4)---> Configuration Reset
(5)---> Software Reset
(6)---> IP Configuration


Make Selection [ 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 ] : 1

The system is going down for reboot NOW!

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