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On the S series switches of all versions:
· When you log in a switch through a console port, no default user name or password is provided. The system asks you to set the user name and password when you log in to the switch for the first time.
· Before you log in to a switch through Telnet, create a Telnet account.
· You can set the Telnet login authentication method in the VTY. If the password authentication mode is configured, set a password in the VTY. If the AAA local authentication mode is configured, set the user name and password in the AAA view. If the remote AAA authentication mode is configured, set the user name and password on the AAA server.
Multiply the subtotal by 123. If this multiplication
results in a number greater than 99,999,999 (this should never happen), use the
special password of 44122333.
Since the only valid choices are 1-4 for each digit, follow
If the digit=0 (zero), make the digit=1
If the digit=9, then make digit=1
If the digit>4, subtract 4 from the digit
If the digit does not meet any of the above, leave the
digit unchanged. If the result is less than 8 digits, add leading 1s to make it
eight digits in length. NOTE: As an example, 2000
02/07 2:30 is displayed (February 7, 2000 at 2:30). Plugging in the numbers:
(2 * 1001) + (7 * 101) + 2 + 2000 = 4711
4711 * 123 = 59453
Convert all digits to be between 1 and 4 = 131413
Add the leading 1s to make it eight digits long -
Enter this special code to the front panel.
Press OK. The
screen will confirm that the password has been
You are trying to set up the router with the Telnet connection. I think it is a DSL connection. Are you able to go online when connected to the telnet modem only ? or do you have user name and password for the ISP. Click Here for Step by step solution
Use this step:Router>enable
Router#config tRouter(config)#line vty 0 4
Router-2(config-line)#login% Login disabled on line 66, until 'password' is set
% Login disabled on line 67, until 'password' is set
% Login disabled on line 68, until 'password' is set
% Login disabled on line 69, until 'password' is set
% Login disabled on line 70, until 'password' is set
This can occur if the Web services has been turned off in either the Web Image Monitor or from a telnet command for this device.
To check the status of these services you will need to telnet into the device.
1. From a command prompt type : telnet then the IP Address of the device
2. Telnet will respond back with a request for a login and then a password. Enter the login and password. The login and password used for Telnet are the same credentials that are used to log into the device’s Web Image Monitor (WIM). 3. Type in show at the msh> command prompt. This will output many lines of information. The information you are concerned with is under the TCP/IP-Mode heading. You may need to scroll up in the command prompt window to see these services. The device’s services will be shown followed by their status. The ‘show’ command will show if the services are enabled (UP) or Disabled (Down). 4. If Web shows a down status, at the command prompt msh> type in set web up.
5. At the command prompt msh> type in logout
6. To make your changes Active you must type yes when prompted to "save configuration data"
Note: Always check with your system administrator before making any changes on a network device.
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Remote Login Names and Passwords
During a remote login, the device prompts you for a login name and password. You
can display the login name when logged in to the device from a remote console by
using a device status command.
Logging in Remotely or Locally
Logging in to a local console is the same as logging in to a remote console except
that you must connect to the device by starting Telnet on your host system. To log
in remotely, begin at step 1. To log in locally, begin at step 3.
To log in from a remote console:
1. Connect to the device by starting Telnet on your host system. Your host system
is the system to which remote terminals are connected.
2. Supply the device?s name or Internet Protocol (IP) address.
To use device names, your network must have a name server. Issue either the
device name or the IP address as shown in the following example:
% telnet brandenburg
% telnet 22.214.171.124
At this point, it makes no difference whether you have logged in remotely or
3. If you are prompted, enter your login name and password.
It is possible that there is a login and no password. The password controls
access to the device. If a password has not been set, press the Enter key at
the Password: prompt. Logins are not set automatically. For security, you can set
up user names and passwords using the add user command in the CONFIG
process. For additional information, see the add user configuration command,
on 56. Remember to reload or restart to activate any changes.
Note: If you do not enter a login name and valid password within 1 minute of
the initial prompt, or if you enter an incorrect password three times in
succession, the device drops the Telnet connection.
4. Press the Enter key to display the asterisk (*) prompt.
You may have to press the Enter key more than once or press Ctrl-P to obtain
the * prompt.
Once at this level, you can begin to enter commands from the keyboard. Press
the Backspace key to delete the last character typed in on the command line.
Press the Delete key or Ctrl-U to delete the whole command line entry so that
you can reenter a command. See ?Command Completion? on page 20 and
?Command History? on page 23 for more information.
You can also use local Telnet commands on your Telnet client to close the