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I need the "no_pswd.exe" recovery password for bay routers

I need the "no_pswd.exe" recovery password for bay routers

I need the "no_pswd.exe" recovery password for bay routers

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I have a baystack router, I don't know any password, I would like to erase the previous password and put an other one. To do that I need a file called "no_pswd.exe". If you know a URL where it can be downloaded please let me know.

thank very much in advance.

RE: I need the "no_pswd.exe" recovery password for bay routers

The "no_passwd.exe" file should not be on anyone's web site; it was never intended for the general public.

The file was created to help Wellfleet/Bay Networks/Nortel field engineers avoid shipping their customer's routers as an RMA to have the password changed.  The engineer would visit onsite to change the password.  It was never e-mailed to anyone, as a hacker could be trying to gain unauthorized access.

No one should give or be giving you that file. Whoever was the last system admin for the router should have the password.  If not, call Nortel to have a field engineer come out on site.



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