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Memory Locations for Programmed Parameters

The programmed parameters are stored in two locations in a Telesis X1 system:

Any parameter modification is (unless otherwise is stated explicitly) carried out in the RAM and the system functions in accordance with the new parametric values immediately. These current operational values of the parameters can be saved in the nonvolatile memory by executing the Save command in the integrated web server of the system. All those parameters that are modified but not saved in the nonvolatile memory will be lost if the the system is reset, restarted or rebooted.

Once stored into the nonvolatile memory, the stored parameters are downloaded back to the RAM during a normal restart or power-up (except factory restart procedures, which download factory default values into the RAM).

Restarting the System with Factory Defaults

The parameter button (or parameter switch) on the X1 is to restart the system with factory default settings. To reset the parameters, the X1 system is powered up with the parameter button on the PAA or PAE+PAF Group Switch Board in insecure position. Note that, the led on the the PAA or PAE+PAF Group Switch Board is ON when the parameter button is set to insecure position.

The factory default IP address of the system is and the port address is 80. There is no login name or password for web browser connection. Similarly, if the system is rebooted with the web browser command or link Reboot and if the parameter button on the PAA or PAE+PAF Group Switch Board is in insecure position, again the system starts up with the factory defaults.

When you click on Reboot, Control Program Reboot page opens.

Click on OK button in Control Program Reboot page to reboot the Telesis system.

Note that the factory default parameters are restored into the operational memories when the above mentioned steps are applied. The previously programmed parameters (if any) are still in the nonvolatile memories until the web browser command Save is operated.

Restoring the Programmed Parameters

Whenever Save command is operated, all the parameters in the operational memories are transferred into the nonvolatile memories.

This being the case, it is possible to restore the programmed parameters unless Save command has been operated yet. To do this, just power up or Reboot the system with the parameter button in secure position. Then, any parameters in the non-volatile memories are loaded into the operational memories and the system will start with these parameters.

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