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DSL-HS-2.3MBS password recovery

DSL-HS-2.3MBS password recovery

DSL-HS-2.3MBS password recovery

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When Teligent went under in our area, they left the equipment (on purpose). They also left with out giving us the passwords. How does one reset this DSLPipe to regain the passwords?

RE: DSL-HS-2.3MBS password recovery

Well, that depends...

If they didn't change the default SNMP passwords, you can use the NavisConnect utility to read out the full access and telnet passwords (you save the config as a text file and then search for 'telnet' and 'security'.

If they did change the SNMP passwords, you have to know which of the jumpers to bridge, and while it is usually JP1 or JP6, I wouldn't stake my life on it.  Of course, what's the worst that could happen?  You're currently unusable equipment becomes even more unusable?

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