Question about Okilan 8100e Print Server
The guy who set this machine up left the company years before I got here, I am trying to rearrange the network and cannot login to the printserver's settings page, I don't know the username or password for it. How do I give it a factory reset, and what are the default factory access codes for it?
Thanks. I actually found out that it had never been configured - here is the standard factory access info: All Oki network printing devices support configuration changes via a standard web browser such as Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator. When applying a configuration change to a device the user is prompted for a user name and password. The following details should be entered: User Name: root Password: last six digits of the MAC address* *You can find the MAC address on the network summary web page or by printing off a menu from the printer.
Posted on Dec 30, 2006
Ah HA! I was at my wits end trying to figure out how to reset the admin password on this 6200e I had. I tried guessing, I tried the defaults of "admin" & "OkiLAN", and/or "root" & "6AD067" (the last six digits of NIC's MAC address, use yours), I tried resetting the TCP/IP stack by using OkiView32 and HP Web Jetadmin software and none of that worked! Finally I read above how "the duck" tried this...
I hope you find this post before spending three nights trying to solve this issue. Enjoy =)
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
If the card has never been set up before then the word root is the username and the last 6 of the MAC address is the password. All letters in the MAC address must be CAPS. If you have trouble accessing the printer or forgot your username or password then turn the printer off. Press and hold the reset/test button below the RJ45 IP cable plug. Keep the button pressed in and flip the power switch on. Keep the button pressed for at least 60 full seconds, either use a watch or clock or count slowly. Release the button. This should reset it to the factory defaults. Again press the reset button until you here the printer start to work. It will print a settings page and show you the IP address which is auto config by default. These 2 methods work for the C3400N which is what I have but should work on any OKI 9100 Network Card. Enjoy.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
9100e network card on OKI c3300 reset, Perfect answer above - after a lot of different attempts to revert back to factory defaults finally read this. The process based on several different threads that finally worked for me was
1. Turn off printer
2. Unplug the power for 15 seconds
3. Plug back in
4. Hold down the reset button on the back next to the network port
5. Turn on the printer while holding reset button down.
6. After 60 seconds release reset button.
7. Press reset button to get status page and it was reset.
Just need to configure it now
Posted on Oct 11, 2014
It also worked for a case where the OKI Printer lost its mind and would not accept a DHCP reservation. Working now!
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
Factory Reset on the 8100e card power off the printer hold the test button down on the internet card (above the leds) and power up the interface is reset when the printer is initialised this did not work for me !
Posted on Dec 29, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Depending on the router, you can either view or reset the wireless network password (also referred to as the passphrase or security key) if
you can log into the router. Some routers mask the wireless network
password, so while you cannot recover it, you can enter and save a new
If you cannot log into your router because you
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please refer to "Lost or forgotten password for router or other device"
To view or reset a wireless network password:
Unfortunately, there is no way to recover a lost
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reset the device to factory defaults. However, once the device is reset
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If you have changed the default password and have forgotten the
password, you may need to reset the NETGEAR device to factory default
When a NETGEAR device resets, it goes back to the state when it was new - all information that was entered by hand is lost! Examples include critical things you need to get online, such as ISP username, ISP password, IP addresses, wireless security keys, and ports and services that were opened. It all needs to be re-entered.
So, have your ISP information before resetting the router.
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