Cisco DX70 and DX80
Change the persistency mode
Sign in to the web interface and navigate to
Check the persistency status
The active radio buttons show the current persistency status of
the video system.
Alternatively, you can navigate to
category to see the
D15362.06 DX70 and DX80 Administrator Guide CE9.2, NOVEMBER 2017.
Change the persistency settings
All persistency settings are set to Persistent by default. You only
have to change these settings if you want to make them Non-
Status, and then open
1. Click the radio buttons to set the persistency for
configurations, call history, internal logging, local phonebook
(local directory and favorites) and IP connectivity (DHCP)
The video system restarts automatically. After the restart, the
behavior changes according to the new persistency settings.
Logs, configurations, and other data that was stored
before you switched to Non-persistent mode, are NOT
cleared or deleted.
Configurations, call history, internal
logs, local phonebook (local directory
and favorites list), and IP connectivity
information are stored by default.
Because all persistency settings are set
to Persistent, a system restart does not
delete this information.
Generally, we recommend you NOT to
change the persistency settings. Only
change to Non-persistent mode if
you have to prevent users from being
able to see or traceback to any logged
information from the previous session
In Non-persistent mode, the following
information is lost or cleared each time
the system restarts:
System configuration changes
Information about placed and
reveived calls (call history)
Internal log files
Changes to the local contacts or
All IP related information (DHCP) from
the last session
Information that was stored before
changing to Non-persistent mode
is not automatically cleared or
deleted. You must factory reset
the video system to delete such
There is more information about
performing a factory reset in the
► Factory reset the video system
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