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Luke

@nexgencom.com

Zyxel IES-1000 - Factory Default

We have a Zyxel IES-1000 DSLAM we can't figure out the password to. Does anybody know how we either recover/reset the password or factory default the DSLAM?


JPedroT

join:2005-02-18
kudos:1

Which modules do you have in your 1000M chassis?


u475700
Premium
join:2004-02-16
reply to Luke

This is the procedure according to page 85 of the user guide from »ftp://ftp.zyxel-tech.de/2.new_mirror/I···3_v1.pdf

How to reset this device as factory default?

a) IES1000
Upload the default file to IES1000 by ftp, web. Or upload the bin file by BOOTP/TFTP.

ftp:
Please ftp into the DSLAM. Replace the “init” with the default rom file by put
command.


JPedroT

join:2005-02-18
kudos:1

How do you upload with ftp without the password?


u475700
Premium
join:2004-02-16

Yes, you are indeed correct! I merely copied the portion of the page 85 referring to how to reset to the factory defaults. There are several other pages in the corresponding chapter, which include other pertinent details.

Chapter 36.2 of Reference Manual is also cited:

BOOTP/TFTP Firmware Recovery of the Network Module

The network modules use BOOTP/TFTP for firmware recovery through their built-in BOOTP/TFTP client when the network modules are restarted. To recover the firmware, first download it from the ZyXEL web site and store it on your computer. You can use any BOOTP/TFTP server (for example, BootpTftp.exe) to update the network module's firmware. The update procedure for BootpTftp.exe is as follows:

Do not turn off the IES-1000 during the updating process, as it may corrupt the firmware

1. Connect your network module's LAN port to a computer's LAN port directly using a crossover Ethernet cable, or connect both to an Ethernet hub/switch using straight-through cables.

2. Connect your network module's console port to a computer's serial port with a console cable.

3. Run any terminal emulation program, for example, Windows' built-in HyperTerminal, with the following parameters:

VT100 terminal emulation
9600 bps
No parity, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit
No flow control