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Baxall Multiplexed Digital Recorder- Retrieve IP Address.

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I have Baxall MDRCT16M4 Multiplexed recorder, lost ip address to connect over ethernet.
I believe default settings has been changed.
is there anyway to reset to factory default or connect via hyperterminal?
I'm not worried about the data loss.
pls give hyperterminal settings if possible?
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Try the manual here:


http://www.baxall.theclickbusiness.co.uk/Assets/manuals/MDR.pdf

After that I'm afraid I have no idea
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by:PeterMatthews
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already checked the manual but no refernce for Hyperterminal connection or reset ip / factory default
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page 49 of that manual tells you how to reset to factory settings as long as you have physical access to the unit

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