Summary: How to factory Reset a Sun StorEdge T300?

From: JosÚ Ordo˝ez <jose.ordonez_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon Feb 26 2007 - 11:01:58 EST
Hi,

Anyone else get a chance to look this one over?  This also could be related
to this article:
http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-26-101646-1


Thanks,
-Jose



On 2/23/07, Josi Ordoqez <jose.ordonez@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
>
>
> I have a recently inherited a Sun StorEdge T300 at work and we don't know
> the password, so I've been hitting Google hard trying to figure it out.  So
> far I've gotten to the "set z" command, which is temporarily resetting the
> config for me, which allows me to set TP, netmask, Gateway, hostname,
> passwd.  After doing so, I hit reset and the T300 reboots and I can ping
the
> box (yes!) only at some point it goes back to the initial 10.0.0.2 IP
> address and I am back to where I started (NO!).  So I was hoping that one
of
> you could help me out?  I am adding some more info. here to help you in
your
> assistance.  Much thanks in advance!
>
>
>
> T3B Release 3.1.6 Thu Feb  3 16:39:28 PST 2005 (10.17.6.230)
>
> Copyright (C) 1997-2003 Sun Microsystems, Inc.
>
> All Rights Reserved.
>
>
>
> Initializing software...
>
> Mounting tmp volume...
>
> Starting RAS Daemons...
>
> Found units: [u1-ctr]
>
> Default master is u1
>
> Starting Heartbeats...
>
> Assigning Select IDs: u1(1)
>
> Initializing system drivers...
>
> Initializing XPT component...
>
> Initializing QLCF component...
>
> Initializing loop 1 ISP2200 ... firmware status = 3
>
> Detected 10 FC-AL ports on loop 1
>
> loop 1 TARGET_ID = 0x0 (ALPA = 0xef)
>
> Initializing loop 2 ISP2200 ... firmware status = 3
>
> Detected 10 FC-AL ports on loop 2
>
> loop 2 TARGET_ID = 0x0 (ALPA = 0xef)
>
> Initializing SVD services...
>
> Detected data cache size in system: 1GB
>
> Testing ISP2200/ISP2310...  Passed
>
> Testing ECC mechanism...  Passed
>
> Testing XOR functions and datapaths... Passed
>
> Cold Boot detected; destructive tests OK...
>
> Testing data cache memory...  Passed
>
> Initializing Cache Memory...
>
> IP address changed to 10.0.0.2 _here is where it reset to the old IP
> address!
>
> Reset to activate new IP address...
>
>
>
> Thanks,
>
> -Jose
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