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Recovering a Lost Password - If the password for the router configuration is lost then the following procedure can be used to set it to "friend". 1) Power cycle the router 2) Hold down the "s" key during startup. (The router will startup with the current release but no configuration 3) Edit the configuration file and remove the line (Ctrl Y): set user=manager pass=3af00c6cad11f7ab5db4467b66ce503eff priv=manager 4) Save the router configuration 5) "restart reboot"
This switch is a plug n play device. No need to configure anything for basic use.
If you want to go for advance settings, You can log into the switch via webconsole and then providing the username and passwords you can loin and do the advance configurations like VLAN settings, Speed/Duplex settings, QOS settings etc
Normally most internal LAN addressing is carried out by a DHCP server which issues IP addresses to anything that is connected to the network. IE your computer. most switches are set to obtain an IP address from them as a default. to find the IP address of youe switch you need to look at your DHCP server ( possibly your router/modem) and see what addresses have been issued. Once you have found the address it is a simple task to open your internet browser and type in the ip address of your switch. once there you should be able to configure your switch as per your requirements.
in the web browser type 192.168.1.1 and enter password and login name as"admin" ( or if you have change login and password then enter that) and you will get the configuration page...
Hope this has helped you..
Unfortunately, the DES-1005 can not be configured to behave as hub and send all the packets to your analyzer software.
Do you have a manageable switch available. Most manageable switches have a "port mirroring" or "monitor" function that allows you to copy all the traffic passing through one port to another port...where the wireshark can receive it for analysis.