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NEC 9100 pbx

NEC 9100 pbx

NEC 9100 pbx

How would I default the ip address on an nec 9100 system using a digital phone?

RE: NEC 9100 pbx

If you have the password, it is fairly straightforward to change the IP address from a phone, just go into programming mode (spkr #*#*) enter the password and you can change pretty much anything you want. There are 2 possible IP addresses used to communicate with the outside world, they are in 10-12-01 and 10-12-09. Be very careful though if you change 10-12-09 it is the VoIP address and other equipment may be pointed to it. There is a third IP address that would need checking if you do change the VoIP address, it is for the DSPs and is in 84-26-01.

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