This article explains how to reset the Trimble NetRS receiver and reload the kernel.
There are two way to do this:
Power on the receiver and hold the power button for 30+ seconds until the "external frequency" light comes on then goes off. Release the power button and the receiver will reboot (all lights flashing) as the kernel gets reloaded.
(preferred method) Boot up receiver and watch boot sequence via a serial cable plugged into port 1 on the receiver (front port) using a terminal program set to 115200 baud, 8N1. (For more details, see UNAVCO’s Basic Use of the Trimble NetRS.)
When the boot sequence reads:
>>autoboot in 3 seconds, Hit space twice to stop autoboot
press the space key twice to get a command prompt.
At the prompt, enter:
boot_status 0 254
In either case, the receiver will be set to DHCP.
Therefore, you will need either a computer with a serial cable attached to the front
port of the NetRS in order to change the IP settings, or to have the receiver attached to a DHCP
server. (See UNAVCO’s How to connect to the NetRS receiver using DHCP.)
No GPS data will be lost.
All settings will be reset to factory defaults. Any saved sessions will be erased.
Article ID: 30
Created On: Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 8:35 PM
Last Updated On: Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 8:35 PM
Authored by: Freddy Blume [email@example.com]
Online URL: https://kb.unavco.org/kb/article/trimble-netrs-how-to-reset-the-receiver-and-reload-the-kernel-30.html