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locked

join:2013-01-28
reply to Stewart

Re: [Unlock] Unlock SPA2102-R restricted access domains

Hi Stewart
I'd rather like have the boxes (I have 2 ones) fully unlocked and be able to use with any VSP. I have no PBX, but I roughly think the boxes will be used with OVH (they won't provision them because they don't sell/support this hardware).
The field shows Restricted Access Domains: phonesystems.net,keyyo.net
I use any router wrt54GL/NS2/Buffalo's with various openwrt based firmwares, eg freifunk, ddwrt etc, but in fact as the boxes would not be for my personnal usage, I'd rather like they don't need any fake DNS or so guru tweaks. I work as an individual to provide Internet in places with no DSL available, and I'd like the boxes to be mobile to make tests at my customers home with one of them I'll always keep by me, and if test are OK, lend the other box for a while until they decide VoIP is fine and they can subscribe to a VSP and have their own box.
said by toro:

... If you are good with soldering you can remove the flash chip and wipe an area which stores the customization data.

Thanks toro. I can consider this. I have old collegues friends in an electronics facility that could help: do you know which one is the chip? Are there tutos around that say how to wipe (this mean the same chip will be resoldered once done, or a new one?)
said by toro:

...but he has been offline for half a year.

The DogFace05 guy isn't it? I PM'd him yesterday. Hope for him he has no health issue

toro

join:2006-01-27
Scarborough, ON
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said by locked:

said by toro:

... If you are good with soldering you can remove the flash chip and wipe an area which stores the customization data.

Thanks toro. I can consider this. I have old collegues friends in an electronics facility that could help: do you know which one is the chip? Are there tutos around that say how to wipe (this mean the same chip will be resoldered once done, or a new one?)

See this »Re: [General] The new PAP2 v2.0
It's for SPA2002 but I believe it applies to other SPA series.
The flash chip is the MX one on the back (see »/r0/download/2···ttom.jpg)
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»www.voipfan.net

locked

join:2013-01-28
Again another 40+ pages topic

toro

join:2006-01-27
Scarborough, ON
kudos:7
No, just the 1st post

locked

join:2013-01-28
OK toro: assumed these flash addresses are ok for spa2102 and firmware 5-2-13, please let me know this way is the good one:
unsolder the chip
dump with an e²prom programmer device (ie backup ?)
fill addresses to FF
re-solder
plug
enjoy freedom?

BTW: possible to do that without unsolder?

toro

join:2006-01-27
Scarborough, ON
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said by locked:

OK toro: assumed these flash addresses are ok for spa2102 and firmware 5-2-13, please let me know this way is the good one:
unsolder the chip
dump with an e²prom programmer device (ie backup ?)
fill addresses to FF
re-solder
plug
enjoy freedom?

Yes.

BTW: possible to do that without unsolder?

I don't think so.
If you want to confirm the addresses, try to contact meister_sd See Profile, I believe he's using that procedure.
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»www.voipfan.net

locked

join:2013-01-28
Thx toro
I feel like seing the goal

locked

join:2013-01-28
hummmm, he seems to have been offline for ~1year, twice more than DogFace05... let's wait

floriantet

join:2006-03-04
Rochester, MI
reply to toro
Spa2102 settings are kept in flash starting at the following addresses
0x1000
0x8800
0x11000
0x18800
also to make it factory rest safe you need to ff
from address 0x1f0090 to 0x1f00a0