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Dp301p+ psadmin password was forgoten

I have print server but dont know the pasword of it i need to reset it please help me

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  • Anonymous Nov 19, 2007

    Can't find ip address

  • penoto Dec 07, 2007

    i have problem with print server d-link dp-300u, i forgotten with password? any have suggestion???

  • vijay ramteke Jan 03, 2008

    I have print server of model DP-301P+ print server which is not connect to my Laptop i have forgot this IP address which configured in that print server.when LapTop ping with Default IP address of Print server it is not Pinging with the same. so pls try to give some trobleshooting solution for reset its previous IP address



    Thanks &rgards

    vijay

  • pacososa Mar 23, 2008

    i forgot de ip adress, help me

  • Anonymous May 13, 2008

    i am forget my DP 301P+ psadmin password

  • sushma4u May 17, 2008

    i forgot my username and password Please give me a suggation How to reset my Printserver D-Link PS301p+

  • vijay daddi Sep 22, 2008

    Hi

    I have dlink DP-300 Print server.which is already configured by some engineer. Now i am having problem with that p-server . I want to test that server please help me .how to test that one and how to configure the print server.and how to connect to pc ..

  • charles Nov 06, 2016

    Qwertyuiop

  • Chefi Fridhi
    Chefi Fridhi Aug 27, 2017

    Thank you very much for helping me.After weeks of looking for solutions,I success to access to my DP-301P+ print server.

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SIMPLE SOLUTION:
Get your computer in the same subnet as the printer, then paste this line in your web browser, replacing the IP address of your printer. Your password is now "password"
http://192.168.0.10/ReplyC.htm?SRV_Name=PS-5642D6&SYS_Location=&ADM_CONTACT=&Sys_Password=password&Verify_Password=password&PS_Portname%281%29=PS-5642D6-P1&PS_Descrip%281%29=&PS_Speed%281%29=High&PS_PJLPrinter%281%29=No&Config1=Save

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  • Razvan Nenciu Aug 28, 2013

    perfect, thank you, now is working.

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As you have noticed there is no "Factory Reset" button on the DLink DP-301P+. That's a shame! In order to recover the password of your DP-301P+ print server, DLink will tell you that the only way is to get an RMA number and ship them back the unit and have them do a factory reset themselves.

But before paying a few bucks in shipping and loosing your print server for several weeks, there is hope! Here are two solutions. If the first one does not work, try the second one.


FIRST SOLUTION:

If you just want to login without recovering your password use this username and password.

Username: psadmin
Password: SYSxxxx

Replace xxxx with the last four (4) characters of the MAC address of the DP-301P+, in uppercase. For example, if the MAC address is 00-0F-AB-03-C1-A7, the password will be "SYSC1A7"
After logging in, you may save your configuration and decrypt the password with the method decribed below or just change the password and forget about this unfortunate event!


SECOND SOLUTION:

What you need is a backup of the configuration of your DP-301P+. (Every good technician is keeping a backup of everything in case of a crash, right?) If you don't have a backup file of the configuration in hand, you're screwed. Your only hope is to send the unit back to DLink or buy a new one, sorry!

Just follow these 4 steps and you will be able recover your password from the configuration backup:

STEP 1
Open the configuration backup file (usualy named Config.cfg) with an HEX editor.
I like to use XVI32 (it's a freeware)
Download it from http://www.chmaas.handshake.de/delphi/freeware/xvi32/xvi32.htm

STEP 2
The password is located in the file at position 0xC1 to 0xC8, in that order.
It has a maximum of 8 characters. Even if more characters where input in the web interface, only the first eight were kept. So if you have put a password of 9 characters or more (and remember it), try putting only the first eight in the authentication windows, it may just work and you wont need to go further in this procedure.

STEP 3
Decrypt each character using the table below. By example, if you have 0x26 at position 0xC1, the first character of the password is 'X'; if you have 0x86 at position 0xC4, the fourth character is '8'. You catch the drift? If the password has 7 characters or less, the last character will be followed by 0xBE. So if you hit 0xBE, stop there, you're done! There are some gaps in the table below because I have not tried the whole ASCII table, but the most commonly used characters in english and french are there.

½ 07
¾ 08
¼ 0A
± 0B
a 1B
b 1C
_ 1D
` 1E
e 1F
f 20
c 21
d 22
Y 23
Z 24
W 25
X 26
] 27
^ 28
[ 29
\ 2A
Q 2B
R 2C
O 2D
P 2E
U 2F
V 30
S 31
T 32
I 33
J 34
G 35
H 36
M 37
N 38
K 39
L 3A
y 43
z 44
w 45
x 46
} 47
~ 48
{ 49
| 4A
q 4B
r 4C
o 4D
p 4E
u 4F
v 50
s 51
t 52
i 53
j 54
g 55
h 56
m 57
n 58
k 59
l 5A
! 5B
" 5C
% 5F
& 60
# 61
$ 62
A 7B
B 7C
? 7D
@ 7E
E 7F
F 80
C 81
D 82
9 83
: 84
7 85
8 86
= 87
> 88
; 89
< 8A
1 8B
2 8C
/ 8D
0 8E
5 8F
6 90
3 91
4 92
) 93
* 94
' 95
( 96
- 97
. 98
+ 99
, 9A
â 9C
à 9E
é B3
ê B4
ç B5
è B6
ù C3
û C9
ô D2
é D3
ê D4
ç D5
è D6
î D8
¢ DC
£ E1
NUL BE

STEP 4
Now just take your decrypted password and log into the DP-301P+ using the web interface, telnet or PSAdmin. The username is "admin".

It worked for me, so it should work for you too!


I have not tested this on other DLink print servers but it may also work. At least, it worth trying!

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

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Here are some new infos for Print Server D-Link DP-301P+.
With firmware 3.70 (2007-10-16) the default login name is
admin
with NO password.

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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Yes! I can Reset Pass for you. No must send it to D-Link: :D
Ok.
1. if you have more than one DP 301P:
- go to this page (eg: http://192.168.1.12/Config.htm)
- save as sourcecode it
- change line: <FORM ACTION=/NULLCFG.htm METHOD=POST> to <FORM ACTION=http://192.168.1.12/NULLCFG.htm METHOD=POST>
- at line newpass and config pass value= your new pass :))
- save and run and click image frist bottom left (V button)
--> Your divce is have new password :))
(for firmware 3.05)
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Posted on Jul 26, 2010

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PSadmin tool is located here:
ftp://ftp.dlink.com/Printserver/PS_Admin/PSadmin_app_201.exe

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

  • OnTheHunt Feb 02, 2010

    The other version did not discover my print server.

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Regarding the dp-301p+ and how to reset.

Unfortunately I could not find a reset button on this device when I needed to erase the ip info I had manually saved via the web interface. This really surprised and annoyed me to no end. Was it such a hassle to include one?

What made it especially difficult for me was the fact that I could not log into the web interface with the ip I had chosen for reasons unknown. So my only choice was to reset using either a CONVENIENT button (assuming it had one) or the PS admin software it came with. I gave the PS admin software (comes on the cd that came with the print server) a shot and it worked.

However there were a few caveats. First you have to manually set the ip of the PC the software is run on to a subnet/ip address that is able to communicate with the ORIGINAL IP the device came with: 192.168.0 10. So I set the PC to 192.168.0 22 with a 255.255.255.0 subnet, ran the PS admin software and voila, it saw the print server. The software itsef is self explanatory, you can choose to 'reset to factory defaults' or change the ip to whatever you want.

Also the PS admin software has to run on XP or lower. It won't run on anything higher: vista or win7. Luckily I had my trusty xp laptop with me. Another thing: I could not find the PS admin software on their website but I'm sure a google search might turn up a hit somewhere else. If also else fails, I'm sure a call to tech support will result in either them sending a link to you or telling you where you can get it.

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Hello,

Check this link out this blog entry. It did the trick for me. If you don't have the PSadmin software, look on D-Link's website and you might find it (unfortunately, I could not find it). I found this blog entry while searching Google after D-Link support couldn't help me-Thank you, thank you, thank you www.jcc.dk

Best of Luck

Christopher

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Here are some new infos for Print Server D-Link DP-301P+.
With firmware 3.70 (2007-10-16) the default login name is
admin
with NO password.

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You are a G-E-N-I-U-S!!!
Thanks mate you saved me!!!

Posted on May 22, 2015

Solf 1 fix it. work fine tnx

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

Tanks work fine

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

Thank´s a Lot.....solved

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Problems with your D-Link DP-300U LOST IP If you’re like me, you have a ton of computer **** laying around your house. Today I found an old D-Link DP-300U print server laying around and thought that I could put it to good use. The bad thing about these things is the fact that they do not have a hardware reset button on them, so if you forget the IP or the Password, you’re pretty much hosed… or so I thought. After doing some google searches for how to find a lost IP, I came back empty. The PS Admin program that D-Link publishes for use with this thing couldn’t find it on my network either. After some thinking, I came up with an idea.
If you know anything about networking and how networks work, you should have thought about this too. Get a Wireshark capture running. Unplug the power from the print server and then replug it. It’s going to send out an ARP on the network looking for it’s gateway which should be picked up by Wireshark. It should look like this:
capture.jpg In my case, it came back as 192.168.1.253. After changing the IP on my laptop to fit that subnet, I was able to log into it via it’s web interface (there was no password on it thank God!) and put it back to factory settings. Voila! What once was a brick is now a working print server!

I Copied it!

Shafiuddin Russel
infoshafi@gmail.com
+8801714073692

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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I want to reset the print server D-Link DP-301P+. I forgot IP address which I was changed according to network settings.


There are two steps that we can suggest,

A)

1) Install the psadmin software if you have not already. If you have lost the psadmin software then search for it on the web.
2) Start the psadmin software and click "factory reset".
3) If the software demands a password, try "SYSxxxx", where xxxx stands for the last four digits of the MAC address located on the underside of your server. (Example: if your MAC address were "63 XE 29 44 F2 96", then your password would be SYSF296.)
4) Click yes to confirm the reset.

B)

On the back of the print server you will find a pin hole, insert a paper clip for 30 secs with the print server powered on. All lights will flash. Try to setup the server again.

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Shrey

Jun 01, 2011 | D-Link DP 301P (DP-301P) Print Server

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Hello, sorry i'am french so i don"t speak english very well i have a DP-301P+ print server and i would like to reset it can you help me to do this, the device don't have any reset button


I am looking for a solution as well. Some have said to login as psadmin and use SYSXXXX (XXXX being the last 4 of the mac address: ie. AA:3S:33 the password would be SYS3S33)
This did not work for me.
Even with the PSAdmin software, it requires a password to reset to defaults or to change the current password,
D-Link needed to put a reset button on this unit - this is stupid.
I will post if I find an answer.

Mar 07, 2011 | D-Link DP 301P (DP-301P) Print Server

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I had forgot the printer server password. i had


Unfortunately, I don't know of a way to manually reset this without using the web-interface.

However, if it was somehow reset already, the default password for this unit is nothing. They do not use a password by default, so try it without one.

Good luck!

Ryan

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I already change the ip address of my d-link dp-300u printserver and then i accidentally remove the check in the the tcip selection, when i reset again i can't see my printserver. how can i reset it to...


Reset button is in back panel of printer sertver.
Press it for 10 seconds.
Then all settings goes to defaults.
Reset button is small round in back side of router you can press it's pin with any ball -pen.
Let me know if you need further assistance.Thanks.

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Hi , please i have forgot my password Dlink dp 300u ,can you help me please?


Try using the psadmin software to do a factory reset. If it demands a password to do this, try using "SYSxxxx" (where xxxx stands for the last four digits of the MAC address written on the underside of the server. If you don't have the psadmin software you may be able to download it off the internet. After doing the reset you will need to follow the Quick Install Guide to set up the server. If you lost the Quick Install Guide you can download a new one from D-link's website. The following link may also be helpful: http://www.fixya.com/support/t224263-dp301p_psadmin_password_forgoten

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Forgotted the Ip of D-Link DP 300U print server


You may use the PSAdmin software to configure your print server even if you don't know the IP address. The only requirement is that the DP-300U has to be in the same network (subnet) as your PC running PSAdmin. In the PSAdmin, you will then be able to view or change the IP address.

Here is the link to download PSAdmin:
http://support.dlink.com/products/view.asp?productid=DP%2D300U#apps

Remember that if you also have forgotten the Admin password, you will have to ship the unit to D-Link in order to have it factory reset.

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Dp301p+ psadmin password was forgoten


Problems with your D-Link DP-300U LOST IP If you’re like me, you have a ton of computer **** laying around your house. Today I found an old D-Link DP-300U print server laying around and thought that I could put it to good use. The bad thing about these things is the fact that they do not have a hardware reset button on them, so if you forget the IP or the Password, you’re pretty much hosed… or so I thought. After doing some google searches for how to find a lost IP, I came back empty. The PS Admin program that D-Link publishes for use with this thing couldn’t find it on my network either. After some thinking, I came up with an idea.
If you know anything about networking and how networks work, you should have thought about this too. Get a Wireshark capture running. Unplug the power from the print server and then replug it. It’s going to send out an ARP on the network looking for it’s gateway which should be picked up by Wireshark. It should look like this:
capture.jpg In my case, it came back as 192.168.1.253. After changing the IP on my laptop to fit that subnet, I was able to log into it via it’s web interface (there was no password on it thank God!) and put it back to factory settings. Voila! What once was a brick is now a working print server!

I Copied it!

Shafiuddin Russel
infoshafi@gmail.com
+8801714073692

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Password was forgot psadmin of 301p


viaujocposted a brilliant solution which worked for my DP-300U: see http://www.fixya.com/support/t224263-dp301p_psadmin_password_forgoten

To paraphrase,
First try logging in with the following
username: psadmin
password: SYSXXXX
(where XXXX is the last four digits of the mac address)
If it works, you can proceed to reset the password.

Alternatively, you may be able to extract the original password from a configuration backup, if you have one. For details, see http://www.fixya.com/support/t224263-dp301p_psadmin_password_forgoten

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