just trying to set a phone back to the factory default. In one doc, it said to not be connected to the network and another said to be connected to the network to be able to get the term65.default.loads file from tftp. Just wondering which is correct?
Factory settings are applied by going through the sequence, but 'factory settings' is effectively 'no settings'... so for the phone to be any use after, you will need DHCP to work and the phone will need to download firmware from somewhere - i.e. the TFTP server that is handed out through option 150 on the DHCP server.
Without that you'll find the phone just resets continually.
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Thanks for the respnse Aaron. How can I tell if the phone is set back to factory defaults? I did the sequence with the phone not plugged into the network - just power from the brick. After I did the sequence this morning, the screen just goes black. Like you mentioned, shouldn't it reset continually?
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