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(Correct the instructions for 994i. I separated them out from 99i because not having a 99i I can't be sure that the timing isn't different. Clarify and clean up language. Recommend non-conductive poking device to reduce chance or shorting something.)
 
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* The default (case sensitive) Password = admin
 
* The default (case sensitive) Password = admin
  
==ISY-99i/994i Series==
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==ISY-994i Series==
  
# Use a sharp object to push in the Reset Button till the RX, TX, Mem, Error lights start blinking (every second)
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# Make sure the ISY has been powered on for at least a minute.
# Hold for '''5 seconds''' till the RX, TX, Mem, Error lights turn on/off consecutively (RX -> Tx -> Mem -> Error)
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# Use a sharp non-conductive object like a toothpick to press and hold in the Reset Button.
# Release  
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# Continue holding for approximately '''4 seconds''' until all four (Rx, Tx, Mem, & Error) lights blink on/off in unison (Once per second).
# Log in using admin/admin
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# Continue holding for approximately an additional '''7 seconds''' until the same lights turn on successively/consecutively (Rx, then Tx, then Mem, then Error) and then off in the same order.
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# Release the Reset Button.
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# The Rx, Tx, Mem, Error lights will continue to turn on/off sequentially/consecutively for a couple seconds.
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# Wait about one minute for the ISY to fully reboot.
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# Log in using the user name 'admin' and the password 'admin'.
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# See [[ISY-99i/ISY-26_INSTEON:File_Menu#Set_Userid.2FPassword|Set_Userid/Password]] to set a new UserID and password.
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==ISY-99i Series==
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# Use a sharp non-conductive object like a toothpick to press and hold in the Reset Button.
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# Continue holding until all four (Rx, Tx, Mem, & Error) lights blink on/off in unison (Once per second).
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# Continue holding for '''5 seconds''' until the same lights turn on successively/consecutively (Rx, then Tx, then Mem, then Error) and then off in the same order.
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# Release the Reset Button.
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# Log in using the user name 'admin' and the password 'admin'.
 
# See [[ISY-99i/ISY-26_INSTEON:File_Menu#Set_Userid.2FPassword|Set_Userid/Password]] to set a new UserID and password.
 
# See [[ISY-99i/ISY-26_INSTEON:File_Menu#Set_Userid.2FPassword|Set_Userid/Password]] to set a new UserID and password.
  
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# Log in again using admin/admin
 
# Log in again using admin/admin
 
# See [[ISY-99i/ISY-26_INSTEON:File_Menu#Set_Userid.2FPassword|Set_Userid/Password]] to set a new UserID and password.
 
# See [[ISY-99i/ISY-26_INSTEON:File_Menu#Set_Userid.2FPassword|Set_Userid/Password]] to set a new UserID and password.
Note: There is a timeout of 5 minutes for the PLM to get plugged back in. If timed out, the userid
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Note: There is a time-out of 5 minutes for the PLM to get plugged back in. If timed out, the userid
 
and password are not reset.
 
and password are not reset.
  
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*  Early ISY's will have a MAC address which begins with the segments 00:03; these MAC addresses are from NetBurner.
 
*  Early ISY's will have a MAC address which begins with the segments 00:03; these MAC addresses are from NetBurner.
 
* Newer ISY's will have a MAC address which begins with the segments 00:21:B9, which is the Universal Devices, Inc. ID.  
 
* Newer ISY's will have a MAC address which begins with the segments 00:21:B9, which is the Universal Devices, Inc. ID.  
 
 
  
  

Latest revision as of 04:58, 25 January 2018

Information common to all models

  • The default (case sensitive) UserID = admin
  • The default (case sensitive) Password = admin

ISY-994i Series

  1. Make sure the ISY has been powered on for at least a minute.
  2. Use a sharp non-conductive object like a toothpick to press and hold in the Reset Button.
  3. Continue holding for approximately 4 seconds until all four (Rx, Tx, Mem, & Error) lights blink on/off in unison (Once per second).
  4. Continue holding for approximately an additional 7 seconds until the same lights turn on successively/consecutively (Rx, then Tx, then Mem, then Error) and then off in the same order.
  5. Release the Reset Button.
  6. The Rx, Tx, Mem, Error lights will continue to turn on/off sequentially/consecutively for a couple seconds.
  7. Wait about one minute for the ISY to fully reboot.
  8. Log in using the user name 'admin' and the password 'admin'.
  9. See Set_Userid/Password to set a new UserID and password.


ISY-99i Series

  1. Use a sharp non-conductive object like a toothpick to press and hold in the Reset Button.
  2. Continue holding until all four (Rx, Tx, Mem, & Error) lights blink on/off in unison (Once per second).
  3. Continue holding for 5 seconds until the same lights turn on successively/consecutively (Rx, then Tx, then Mem, then Error) and then off in the same order.
  4. Release the Reset Button.
  5. Log in using the user name 'admin' and the password 'admin'.
  6. See Set_Userid/Password to set a new UserID and password.

ISY-26

Before you proceed with the procedure below, you will need to retrieve the MAC address of your ISY device (see below)

To reset your userid and password please follow the steps as outlined below:

  1. Disconnect PLM from the ISY.
  2. Telnet to ISY
  3. Enter MAC address as both the userid and password at login prompt
  4. Wait 45 seconds (or until you see "Please connect PLM message")
  5. Plug PLM back in
  6. Log in again using admin/admin
  7. See Set_Userid/Password to set a new UserID and password.

Note: There is a time-out of 5 minutes for the PLM to get plugged back in. If timed out, the userid and password are not reset.

Retrieving ISY's MAC Address

  1. Versions 2.6.1 and above: Go to http://your.isy.ip.address/desc
  2. Versions 2.6 and below: Go to http://your.isy.ip.address:port/0/d
  3. Look for <UDN> (e.g. <UDN>uuid:00:03:f4:02:af:74</UDN>)
  4. The MAC Address is the what follows "uuid:" and before the </UDN> (e.g. 00:03:f4:02:af:74)
  • Early ISY's will have a MAC address which begins with the segments 00:03; these MAC addresses are from NetBurner.
  • Newer ISY's will have a MAC address which begins with the segments 00:21:B9, which is the Universal Devices, Inc. ID.




ISY-26 INSTEON / ISY-99i Series INSTEON : How-To Guide