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How do I return an IP403 to its factory default settings with out being able to connect to it using the manager software?

RE: IP403

You need to connect to the DTE port on the rear of the unit using hyperterminal or similar terminal emulation software.

set the protocol to 38400 baud 8 data 1 stop no parity.

Reboot the IPO & press esc untill you get the monitor sign on msg,

eenter the following in turn

& if on a 2.0 system AT-X4

this will erase the cfg

Reboot the system & it will be in factory defaults.

Check the tool tips on the docs cd for further information

RE: IP403

thanks the procedure worked as advertised.  

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