Netopia 3346N-ENT User Guide (en)

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11-6  Firmware User Guide
Factory Defaults
You can reset the Router to its factor y default settings. In the Utilities & Diagnostics screen, select Revert to 
Factory Defaults and press Return. Select CONTINUE in the dialog box and press Return. The Router will 
reboot and its settings will return to the factor y defaults, deleting your configurations.
In an emergency, you can also use the Reset switch to return the gateway to its factor y default settings. Call 
Netopia Technical Suppor t for instructions on using the Reset switch.
If you lose your password and are unable to access the Telnet screens, you can manually reset the gateway in 
an emergency. See 
Beginning with Firmware Version 8.5, you can avoid having to completely reconfigure the Router by saving a 
Factor y Default configuration. See 
Transferring Configuration and Firmware Files with TFTP
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is a method of transferring data over an IP network. TFTP is a client-ser ver 
application, with the gateway as the client. To use the Router as a TFTP client, a TFTP ser ver must be available. 
Netopia, Inc., has a public access TFTP ser ver on the Internet where you can obtain the latest firmware 
versions.
To use TFTP, select Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) in the Statistics & Diagnostics screen and press 
Return. The Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) screen appears.
The sections below describe how to update the Router’s firmware and how to download and upload 
configuration files.
                     Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
         TFTP Server Name:
         Firmware File Name:         /Users/njbill/Desktop/nl861.bin
         GET ROUTER FIRMWARE FROM SERVER...
         Config File Name:
         Get Configuration Destination...   Current Configuration
         GET CONFIG FROM SERVER...
         Send Configuration...              Current Configuration
         SEND CONFIG TO SERVER...
         TFTP Transfer State -- Idle
          
         TFTP Current Transfer Bytes -- 0