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A maintained and still updated list archive can be found at https://lists.osmocom.org/hyperkitty/list/OpenBSC@lists.osmocom.org/.Kevin Redon ml at mail.tsaitgaist.info
Excerpts from Jean's message of 2013-11-17 19:35:57 +0100: > > P.S.: I don't recall exactly, but one time I heard that is possible to > reset by short-circuiting some pins of > > the LAN/48VDC eth connector. Is it right?! > > Here the procedure I used to reset the configuration of my nanoBTS (which defaults to DHCP): - power off the nanoBTS - short the pin 9+10 on the TIB+IN port (the one farest away from TIB+OUT). You could use a 10P10C connector (RJ50/RJ69). I used a small flat screwdriver. - power on the nanoBTS. The boot (LED on RED) will take longer then usual. At the end the LED will blink RED rapidly - power off the nanoBTS - remove the short from TIB+IN - power up the nanoBTS - it will be reseted (the LED will first be RED will booting, then blink red/green to tell that the UID has not been set hope it helps, kevin