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    Default PAP2 IVR Commands

    Did not see this list on here so here you go.
    IVR (Interactive Voice Response)
    You can access this IVR by using a connected phone and pressing **** (the star button 4 times). You should then be greeted by the voice response asking you to place a command followed by the # (pound) sign.
    A list of these commands are as follows:

    100
    DHCP Client status (whether or not the unit obtains its IP address by DHCP).

    110
    Announces the current IP address of the device.

    101
    Change DHCP client. (1 to enable, 0 to disable)

    111
    Assign the ATA a static IP address. To assign a static IP address, replace the dots in the IP address with the star key and then terminate with the pound key. (DHCP must be disabled, otherwise you will hear Invalid Option.)

    120
    Announces the subnet mask.

    121
    Used to set the subnet mask. (Use the same format as with 111 command.)

    130
    Announces the default route (gateway).

    131
    Sets the default gateway. (Use the same format as with 111 command.)

    140
    Announces the MAC address of the adapter.

    160
    Announces current setting of primary DNS Server.

    150
    Tells you the firmware version.

    732668 (spells out REBOOT)
    Reboots the ATA, resets all configurations back to default. Requires password.

    I have not tested all of these but I am positive most of these do work.

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    Default Re: PAP2 IVR Commands

    I think that 732668 simply reboots the adapter without a configuration reset. There is also 73738# (which spells RESET) to perform a factory reset. I know that the RESET command can be password-protected, and I presume that the REBOOT command can, also.

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    Default Re: PAP2 IVR Commands

    Quote Originally Posted by fisamo View Post
    I think that 732668 simply reboots the adapter without a configuration reset. There is also 73738# (which spells RESET) to perform a factory reset. I know that the RESET command can be password-protected, and I presume that the REBOOT command can, also.
    I occasionally have a need to reboot my adapter, which is down in my basement wiring closet, so a reboot command would be convenient. Can someone confirm that this command works without changing the adapter's configuration?

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    Default Re: PAP2 IVR Commands

    The reboot command does not affect configuration. I should not have said "I think"...

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    Default Re: PAP2 IVR Commands

    Quote Originally Posted by caseydoug View Post
    I occasionally have a need to reboot my adapter, which is down in my basement wiring closet, so a reboot command would be convenient. Can someone confirm that this command works without changing the adapter's configuration?
    The reboot command works I use it.
    **** reboot#

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