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Cisco Computers... | Answered on Dec 06, 2017


A Cisco E3200 has a default IP of 192.168.1.1

Make sure you are connected to the router through an ethernet cable if you dont know the current wifi password yet.

Enter that number into your browsers address bar exactly as I had shown. It will ask you for a username and password. Usually for the E3200, the default user and pass are both " admin ", so you should be able to log in rather quick.

From there you can find the security settings and change the password which will look like WPA Key or WPA2-PSK depending on personal preference.

You should choose WPA2-PSK, as its the strongest in terms of security and cannot be hacked easily.

More Information on the E3200:
Linksys Official Support Linksys E3200 High Performance Dual Band Router...

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Oct 25, 2017


To factory reset a router, there should be a reset button on the back of the unit near the power button. Usually you can press and hold this with a pen or pencil (or bent paperclip point) while the unit is plugged in, then unplug the router while holding the reset button down and power it back on. Do this for about 5-10 seconds and it should return it to factory spec.

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Oct 24, 2017


Follow the instructions in this link

https://community.linksys.com/t5/Cisco-Connect/Need-the-guest-password-Here-s-how-to-retrieve-it/td-p/494836

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Oct 20, 2017


Perform these steps in order to recover your password:
  1. Either switch off or shut down the router.
  2. Remove the compact flash that is on the rear of the router. ...
  3. Switch on the router.
  4. Once the router is on Rommon mode, reinsert the compact flash.
  5. Type confreg 0x2142 at the rommon 1> prompt in order to boot from Flash.
  6. if you still confused, you can also visit Router-Switch, There's a lot of answer about network products, You can also seek artificial services here, they will be happy to help you.

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Oct 17, 2017


Need help to recover the forgotten password of your Cisco router? The following guide will help you restore the password without losing your router configuration. To retrieve the password, you will require rebooting your router many times. It means stoppage, but it is the best step to reset the password. At first, you need to connect the first end of the standard light blue cable to the power port and the other end to the 'Console' port on the back of your router. After connecting the devices, you need to make a serial connection to the router. For that, you need the following settings:

Baud: 9600
Parity: No
Data bits: 8
Stop bits: 1
Flow Control: None

To recover the Cisco router password, check the following steps:-

1.Restart your Cisco router and press the 'Break' key to conflict the boot order. Input config 0x2142. It conveys the router to avoid NVRAM in the boot process. It won't load your current configuration.

2.Enter reset to restart your router. When asked to run the setup process, choose 'No.' Enter 'Copy Start, Run.' It loads the beginning setup into memory.

3.Now, if you enter the 'Show Run Config,' it will show you the router settings. Also, you should consider that the router name is in the prompt rather than the default 'Router.'

4.Type the 'enable secret new password' to change the enabled secret, and then enter the 'config-register 0x2102' to modify the registry settings back to 0x2102.

5.Once your router restarts, it will load the old settings along with the new password. Now, you need to save it so that it will continue during restarts.

6.Enter copy run start. Type Reload at the prompt to reboot the Cisco router.

Now, note down the password to keep them safe. However, if the steps as given above fail to recover the Cisco router password without losing the configuration or you need the help of experts, you can call on the genuine Cisco customer care number listed on the Contactforhelp to get the direct support of experts for recovering the password quickly.

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Oct 13, 2017


The Cisco 860 and 880 Series routers complement the Cisco 850 and 870 Series by adding support for new technologies such as 3G WWAN, voice, and 802.11n WLAN to the Cisco 800 Series portfolio.
Simply speaking, 860 and 880 Series are the enhanced versions of 850 and 870 Series.
If you have any question about network, welcome to consult in router-switch.com

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Sep 27, 2017


Well,It's according to actual needs. In general, for small companies, mid lower end is more suitable,. As for large enterprise, the key factor they consider is data security but not price, so high-ended is more suitable for them. Generally, 6500 and 3750 series is used for core layer, 2960 and 2918 series for access layer, 3560 for wireless layer. The Nexus series such as 9000 or 5000 is exclusive for data center. For detail, https://supportforums.cisco.com/
Cisco Nexus 9000 Series
Cisco Nexus 5000 Series

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Sep 27, 2017


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  2. we use the ASR1002-X, Cisco ASR 1002-X router is delivered into 2 rack unit chassis, the route processor for control plane embedded the services processor for data plane traffic as well as the carrier card which is designed to house I/O modules, share port adopters all integrated in the chassis. ASR 1002-X router comes with 6 build-in SFP ports and 3 box slots for I/O connectivity. The integrated embedded service processors offer 4 levels of system performance: 5Gbps which is default, 10, 20, 36Gbps all through software license upgrade without need for any additional hardware. The integrated the route processor comes by default with 4Gb DRAM, upgradeable to 8, 16Gb.

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Sep 27, 2017


Would u please describe ur problems in details? or u can send email to our CCIE expert [email protected] to solve ur problem. : )

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Sep 22, 2017


on the CLI you need to change the username and password on the ephone for that phone. Then you need to session into the CUE module and change the password there as well. do a show run and find the username and password that you need to change and then do config t and change the password. The user can also do this on the phone if they know the previous password.

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Sep 19, 2017


Did you do anything to the compact flash, like try to format it and copy an image to it? Cisco routers are very picky about the formatting on the flash. It has to be formatted FAT16 and the image has to be the first file on the card.

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Sep 05, 2017


This is not a default username for this router. you will need to reset the router to get back into it. There is a reset button to press to get it to its default configuration. Then the default username is blank and the password is admin.

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Sep 05, 2017


You probably have the wrong feature set on the IOS. You would need to download a new IOS image that has the security feature set.

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Sep 05, 2017


It sounds like everything is working on the SPA122 side. I would look at the Uniden phone first. Have you tested this phone on a regular phone line to see if it rings? Does the phone have a Do Not Disturb function?

Cisco Computers... | Answered on Sep 05, 2017

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