James W. McKeand wrote:
>Christopher M. Iarocci wrote:
>>Thanks for the tip, but I have the Cisco unit, and it is totally
>>non-configurable. It pulls an automatic IP using DHCP, and that's
>Have you tried to reset the ATA? You can reset the Cisco ATA 186 by
>going to: http://<ATA IP>/reset
>I don't know about you, but I reserve the IP for my Cisco ATA in DHCP.
>James W. McKeand
Yes, I have it reserved in DHCP also so I can forward the correct ports
to it. I tried a reset about 25 times, no luck. Tried manual resets
also, no luck
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