Question about Cisco SG200-26 24 10/100/1000 Ports, Gigabit Ethernet Smart Switch, 2 Combo Mini-GBIC Ports
I pressed the red button to return to factory defaults, but the credentials of: cisco (user) and cisco (password) are not accepted. Admin left, trying to get access..Please help .
I had the same issue after what I thought was a succesful reset. It turns out I hadn't reset the switch completely. There is a reset pin hole next to the power switch. Hold it in with a paper clip for at least 30 seconds. ( I was holding in the power button for 30 seconds.)Then you can use the cisco admin and cisco for password defaults. Hope this helps someone in the future since I spent WAY TOO MUCH TIME on it :)
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: what is the default enable
The default user name and password for Cisco routers and switches is usually:
user name: Cisco password: Cisco
Make sure to capitalize the C's.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
Try using username (none) pass public/private/secret or
cisco - cisco, ADMIN - changeme, pixadmin - pixadmin, root - attack, superuser - superuser as username - password. These are the defaults credintials for the Cisco routers.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
9600 baud rate
8 data bits
No stop bit
The following instructions appear:
The system has been interrupted prior to initializing the flash file system.
The following commands will initialize the flash file system, and finish loading
the operating system software:
Directory of flash:
2 -rwx 843947 Mar 01 1993 00:02:18 C2900XL-h-mz-112.8-SA
4 drwx 3776 Mar 01 1993 01:23:24 html
66 -rwx 130 Jan 01 1970 00:01:19 env_vars
68 -rwx 1296 Mar 01 1993 06:55:51 config.text
1728000 bytes total (456704 bytes free)
Source filename [config.text]? (press Return)
Destination filename [running-config]? (press Return)
The configuration file is now reloaded.
switch(config)#enable password Cisco
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
SOURCE: default pasword
Cisco switches dont have a default password.
You will have to perform a password recovery process that is quite extensive.
You need to console into the switch using hyperterminal or teraterm and follow these instructions located at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps628/products_password_recovery09186a0080094184.shtml
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
When you say you were able to connect to the switch through hyperterm, were you able to login with the enable password? If not, you cannot reset the factory defaults without the enable password. If you do not have this then search on Cisco's site for password recovery for your model switch. If you did login with the enable password, the command to run for CATos is "clear config all". For Cisco IOS, you have the right command with "write erase". When you issue that command, do you get a "Erase of nvram: complete " or an error? Are you issuing the "reload" command after a successful erase? Be sure you answer No when it asks "System configuration has been modified. Save? [yes/no]:" as sometimes this seems misleading and some people think they mean to save the reloaded default. They are really warning you that you are about to loose the old configuration and attempting to prevent you from accidently erasing it. So answer "no". After a successful reload of the IOS you should also clear any VLAN information. To do this, issue "delete flash:vlan.dat" and then do another "reload".
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
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