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resetting the cisco ata 186

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    cdnengr
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    I wanted to check if anyone is aware of the procedure to configure/reset the cisco ata 186 to factory default so that I can use it with FWD. I got the ATA fro vonage, I had vonage service for one year and have recently cancelled. I would appreciate your responses.

    #24827 Reply
    noname
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    There is a way to do it by taking the phone offhook, on line 1, and dialing a number that spells something like “factrreset”
    If you do a google search for “ATA 186 reset” you are likely to run in the dociment from cisco that explains how to do it.

    #24828 Reply
    ata-unlock
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    If it was used with vonage recently, you’re locked out. At the request of large service providers like Vonage they added a feature to the firmware to password protect the factory reset command. You’d have to ask Vonage for the password – which I suspect would be something like trying to get a cellphone unlocked.

    I feel your pain – I’d planned other uses for my Vonage ATA at the end of this year and now it’ll be a paperweight.

    #24829 Reply
    Mohamed
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    is it theoriticaly possible to reset Vonage ATA 186

    #24830 Reply
    AMGRA
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    If you wish to use it for another than SOME COMPANY with voice over IP service, you may need to unlock it first.

    Resetting the Cisco ATA to Factory Default Values:
    Step 1: Press the function button on the Cisco ATA.
    Step 2: Press the digits 322873738 (FACTRESET) then press # on your telephone keypad.
    Step 3: Press 3 on your telephone keypad to confirm that you want to reset the Cisco ATA, then hang up the phone.

    #24831 Reply
    Mr ATA
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    IS it posible to adjust the ata 186 so that u can configurate it when ur outside the same network.

    #24832 Reply
    BigDaveDiode
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    The previous factory reset command will no longer work, as Vonage has requested that a password be installed at the firmware level before a reset can take place.

    Now, apart from how sleazy this is for Vonage to do since the customer has purchased the equipment and should have control over it, there is a way to overcome this:

    http://www.mail-archive.com/asterisk-users@lists.digium.com/msg08162.html

    #24833 Reply
    lost_in_space
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    Hi BigDaveDiode,

    The URL you gave doesn’t exist anymore (could be someone’s just messing with me) but I would appreciate it if you could email me the document for bypassing the password at the firmware level. Please send it to Voice4IP@hotmail.com.

    Thanks in advance!

    #24834 Reply
    SAD
    Guest

    I fail to reset by using 322873738#.What can be done.Is it possible to open cisco ata & …..
    Please help
    Thanx

    #24835 Reply
    prozac
    Guest

    Vonage locked ’em all, now they will unlock for $15 .

    You could unlock even if locked, the encryption used on the file which is TFTP was very weak, and could be broken, notice I said could, cause as soon as it did get broken, cisco fixed it :-).

    The way it works is that vonage will place a file on their tftp server which when u reset will get picked up and u get unlocked, or they will give u a 8 digit code to unlock it. Else use it as a doorstop

    prozaz—am I dreaming

    #24836 Reply
    mehta virat
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    i want to insert my account and pin by phone, it is possible or not if possible how it is work?

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