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How can I obtain the password recovery files for Cisco LD-417

How can I obtain the password recovery files (unlock3002.bin) for this device?I recently purchased the LD-417 on ebay for my home lab and the device was password protected.

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SOURCE: have cisco load director 417. need unlock3001.bin

As long as you are registered on Cisco's site you can download it from there... You have to be logged in prior to launching this URL...

http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Software/Tablebuild/doftp.pl?ftpfile=cisco/web/localdirector/unlock3001.bin&swtype=FCS&software_products_url=%2Fcgi-bin%2Ftablebuild.pl%2Flocaldir&isChild=&appName=&tbtype=localdir

Posted on Jan 18, 2010

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Have cisco load director 417. need unlock3001.bin file to reset password


As long as you are registered on Cisco's site you can download it from there... You have to be logged in prior to launching this URL...

http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Software/Tablebuild/doftp.pl?ftpfile=cisco/web/localdirector/unlock3001.bin&swtype=FCS&software_products_url=%2Fcgi-bin%2Ftablebuild.pl%2Flocaldir&isChild=&appName=&tbtype=localdir

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You only need a PC and a serial terminal. First of all you need to know the PIX software version you run. After that you must go to Cisco web page and get from there the utility for the password recovery corresponding to your version of software.

After that you must connect to the PIX console port. Press ESC key after the PIX is booting and a special prompt it will appear (monitor>). Issue the "interface" command to specify which interface to be active. Inside interface it will be the default one. Then use the command "address" to go with the IP address of the above interface. After that, you will need also an TFTP server where you must upload the software utility specified in the beginning of the solution (the one downloaded fron Cisco). After the "address" command, issue an "server" command to put the IP address of the TFTP server. Than, use the command "file example.bin", where the example.bin is the file downloaded from Cisco. Maybe you will need also to specify the gateway of your network. This you can accomplish by using the "gateway" command. Finally, use the "tftp" command to start the download.
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