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Lost lanrover d56 password

We have lost our Shiva LanRover d56 password and have to change the TCP/IP configuration. Does anyone knows how to reset it ?

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  • TheLaz Aug 08, 2007

    In fact, we does have SAM installed on a machine but as at the connexion it ask the password we are still stuck.

    I was thinking about a solution directly on the D56 like a console connexion ....

    We will appreciate your help !!

  • TheLaz Aug 08, 2007

    I tried to follow indication on this page but this is the configuration for a new device, not running devices.
    We use Shiva net manager 6.01p, and to see or modify the config it ask the administrator password.



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The easiest way is to do a pin reset. If you look at the front of the box you'll see a small whole which has a button in there. You need to press and hold down the button for a period of time, I can't remember exactly how long but I think its about 15 seconds. This should reset the box.

I think theres another method which is a Shiva backdoor method. Try logging in with the username and password ROOT. Try this before you try the other method because if you can get in it will save you having to reconfig the whole box.

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Do you have the Shiva Security Manager at Start > Programs > VPN link ? If not I can help you through it.

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    Gecko Smooth Aug 08, 2007

    Have a look here for what may be your solution

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    Gecko Smooth Aug 09, 2007

    It seems you will have to open it up, and have a Linux machine at your disposal
    Do you have the ingredients & time?

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    Gecko Smooth Aug 09, 2007

    isbr.cfg is the file you need to edit.
    You should find it on line 1.

    You will need to remove the flash card and reader as an assembly, and attach it to a linux box. From there you should be able to mount it and edit the file in a terminal window.



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