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Factory Default a Luxul Switch


Overview

A Luxul switch should be at default settings before JADConfig is run on it for the first time. If a non-JADConfig setup is present on the switch, it should be removed before running JADConfig.
A list of compatible Luxul switches can be found in the article on Choosing the Right Switch.
Any Luxul switch should be on the latest available firmware.


Configuration Default

Use one of the options below (Button Press, CLI, or webUI) to remove all settings from the Luxul switch and return it to the default configuration. Only one method below needs to be used.

Stackable switches require an extra step to remove stack settings. Stack settings are independent of other switch configuration options.

Via Button Press

To restore the factory default settings on a Luxul switch through the MODE/RESET button, follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the MODE/RESET button for 10 seconds.

Via CLI

To restore the factory default settings on a Luxul switch through the Command Line Interface, follow these steps:

  1. Connect a console cable from a PC to the Console port on the Luxul switch.
  2. Using a terminal emulator program (like PuTTY), open a serial connection to the switch at baudrate 115200.
  3. Enter the username and password of the switch
  4. Enter the following command to erase the configuration of the switch: reload default
  5. Enter the following command to save the new (default) config: copy run start
  6. Power-cycle the switch, or enter the following command to reboot it: reload cold

Via Web Interface

To restore the factory default settings on a Luxul switch through the web interface, follow these steps:

  1. Connect a network cable from a PC to a data port on the Luxul switch. That data port must be configured as a general network port (not a Just Add Power port)
  2. Open the web interface of the switch by typing the IP address of the switch into a web browser (default IP: 192.168.0.4)
    • Note: You must set the computer's IP to be in the subnet range of the switch. For a default Luxul switch, set the computer's IP to 192.168.0.10, subnet mask 255.255.255.0. Default Gateway does not need a value.
  3. Go to the Administration --> Factory Defaults menu on the left side
  4. Click 'Yes' to reset the switch

Stack Default

Use one of the options below (CLI or webUI) to clear stack settings from the Luxul switch. Only one method below needs to be used.

It is recommended that you reset the switch configuration to default before clearing Stack settings.

Via CLI

To remove stack settings from a Luxul switch through CLI, follow these steps:

  1. Disconnect stacking cables between all switches. Perform the steps below on each switch in the stack independently.
  2. Connect a console cable from a PC to the Console port on the Luxul switch.
  3. Using a terminal emulator program (like PuTTY), open a serial connection to the switch at baudrate 115200.
  4. Enter the username and password of the switch
  5. Check the current stack ID of the switch with the command: show switch stack
    • The line beginning with an asterisk(*) is the connected switch.
    • Record the number from the SID column of the connected switch. This number will be used later.
    • If the SID and Master Prio columns are both 1, and there are no other switches listed, the stack is at default and the remaining steps are not needed.
  6. Enter the following commands in order, where SID is the SID value from Step 5:
    • config t
    • switch stack swap 1 SID
    • switch stack priority local 1
    • no switch stack 2
    • no switch stack 3
    • no switch stack 4
    • no switch stack 5
    • no switch stack 6
    • no switch stack 7
    • no switch stack 8
    • no switch stack 9
    • no switch stack 10
    • no switch stack 11
    • no switch stack 12
    • no switch stack 13
    • no switch stack 14
    • no switch stack 15
    • no switch stack 16
  7. Run the command again: show switch stack. The only line should be the connected switch.
  8. Move the console cable to the next switch and repeat Steps 3-7

Via Web Interface

To remove stack settings from a Luxul switch through the webUI, follow these steps:

  1. Disconnect all stacking cables between the switches
  2. Connect a network cable from a PC to port 1 of the first Luxul switch in the stack.
  3. Open the web interface of the switch by typing the IP address of the switch into a web browser (default IP: 192.168.0.4)
    • Note: You must set the computer's IP to be in the subnet range of the switch. For a default Luxul switch, set the computer's IP to 192.168.0.10, subnet mask 255.255.255.0. Default Gateway does not need a value.
  4. Go to the Configuration --> Stack menu on the left side
  5. Perform these actions on the Stack menu:
    • Uncheck Stacking Enabled (if the connection is grayed out, stacking cables are still connected)
    • Check the box in the Delete column next to all other switches.
    • Set the switch ID and Master Priority to 1
    • Click Save
  6. Reboot the switch
  7. Move the network cable to port 1 of the next Luxul switch in the stack and repeat Steps 3-6
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