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NCUI2 Reset password of boot

NCUI2 Reset password of boot

NCUI2 Reset password of boot


I have given an old ncui2 board with part number: Q2305-x10 and the owner says previus system administrator left the company and is not responsible, I need to reconfigure and re program the board by changing the board load-ware and I have the PKZNCI20 file but it seems the password is changed, how can I change or reset this password to HIPATH4000?
(I tried to hold reset bottom for 3 or 5 or 10 seconds, I tried passwords like HIPATH4000, hicom, Hicom, Hipath4000, 4000 and so on)
output of terminal software (Putty) is as following on comport, com4 and rate 38400:

!!! Attention: Main Power Supply is out of range !!!

!!! Attention: Power Supply of Base Box is out of range !!!

System date: SAT JAN 01 00:00:00 2000
/tffs/ - disk check in progress ...
"/tffs/SW_IMAGE.001" too many clusters in file, adjusted.
/tffs/ - Errors detected. To correct disk structure, please start check disk with a permission to repair.

total # of clusters: 7,617
# of free clusters: 7,549
# of bad clusters: 0
total free space: 15,098 Kb
max contiguous free space: 15,460,352 bytes
# of files: 3
# of folders: 0
total bytes in files: 122,900
# of lost chains: 1
total bytes in lost chains: 8,192

/tffs - directory Entries:

Type: Size: Name: LW image from: act:
file 122880 SW_IMAGE.001 04/24/17 15:10:12
file 10 bootline.bck
file 10 BOOT_CLI.psw

Total TFFS size: 15599616 bytes / free: 15460352 bytes

SW_IMAGE.001 04/24/17 15:10:12

Press any key to stop auto-boot...
Boot password: 0x28bda20 (tBoot):

There has been no input for a too long time.
Trying to start the loadware now.

Boot password:

RE: NCUI2 Reset password of boot


Try with:
CHANGE-STMIB:MTYPE=NCUI2,LTU=<LTU>,SLOT=<SLOT>,TYPE=SERVIF,LOGINTRM=<User login for terminal mode>,LOGINPPP=<User login for PPP connection>,PASSW=<Password for terminal mode>;

Followed by:

Or you can try with:
Login: TRM
Password: PUBLIC



RE: NCUI2 Reset password of boot

Some of the newer ones are HICOM / HICOM. I have a mixed bag between those and TRM / HICOM ones.

Don Bruechert, Voice Comm Analyst II
CareTech Solutions @ Holy Family Memorial
Manitowoc, WI, USA

RE: NCUI2 Reset password of boot

Dear donb01 and Dear Adiby,

I want to re install the firmware of card not to configure the card to connect to NCUI2 board in boot mode by pressing and stopping the board to load the firmware and load the card in boot mode and reinstall its firmware.

Best Regards

RE: NCUI2 Reset password of boot

I'm not sure what version of 4000 you have, but in V7 Assistant in Expert Mode or something like that you will find the Gateway Manager. That will let you see the firmware on the gateway boards (STMI and NCUI) and compare the loadware on the boards to what is currently on the system. If you upgrade the loadware on the system it will also facilitate you to be able to update the boards (transfer the loadware and activate the loadware). I'm not sure if V6 has the gateway manager, but it might, and before that is a toss-up because when I had V5 I didn't know that much about the system yet.

Don Bruechert, Voice Comm Analyst II
CareTech Solutions @ Holy Family Memorial
Manitowoc, WI, USA

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