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Recover Password for Cisco SPA2102

Posted on 2011-09-19
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Is there a non destructive way to recover the password on these ATA's without a factory reset?
Via the 00000 menu for example?
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by:stergium
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hello.
Have you tried opening the ata's ip on a web browser and ressetting it from there?
it works for a smaller ata (186) it might work for this one.
please feedback
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by:networkn
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Well yes, that's how I know it has a password :) It's that password I want to change :)
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jfaubiontx earned 2000 total points
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I am not aware of a way to reset the pssword with out wiping everything out. However re-programming them is so easy that having to clear it isn't a big deal.
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by:networkn
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My VOIP Provider require some 60 settings to be changed from defaults :)
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by:jfaubiontx
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These changes are mostly for faxing to work properly and involve disablimg features, codecs and fax handling. Most of the changes are on the same page. Literally all of these can be done in a few minutes. Especially if your provider has detailed instructions.
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by:José Méndez
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No, it locks out so hard you may only unlock with factory reset.
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Unable to be done without a hard reset. I will just have to do this. :(
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