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password on a access stack node

password on a access stack node

password on a access stack node

(OP)
hi everybody, i don't know the password or login on an access stack node,, i read the password recoveries, shown on others posts,, but i couldn´t find the Jumoer 16,, so i don't know what to do??
help me please
thanks in advance
Pichi

RE: password on a access stack node

Hello Pitchi,
do you have this instruction? ."If using an AN, power it off, then open it and put a jumper on pin S16, behind the power LED. If using an ANH, power it off and put a jumper on pin DB7." ???

Michael

RE: password on a access stack node

(OP)
hi, Michael,
i know that, but where is the Jumper16?? or the db7 pin??
i don't know that!! i have been looking over all day, and i coundn´t find that
thanks

pichi

RE: password on a access stack node

To clear Access Stack Node Password you need no_pswd.exe file. You have to copy it on flash card, before copying rename it to asn.exe and reboot router with your just prepared flash card.

Brat
paksamit@archer.krakow.pl

RE: password on a access stack node

(OP)
where i can find that no_pswd.exe file??

pichi

RE: password on a access stack node

Hello pichi, i disagree to Brats statement! The no_password.exe is only for asn or bln boxes and not for an or arn. I never tried to recover the passwords from any box but i´ve seen the instructions in nortels primus web. Here´s the link:http://www143.nortelnetworks.com/faqsearch/esupport/faqsearch/esupport.asp?id=633cc6aa-b2b0-11d5-84d9-080020e63afa&resource=&number=1&isExternal=0
You can also ask there your own questions without a valid account
If you can wait until monday i will take a look inside an an.

Greetings from Germany
Michael

RE: password on a access stack node

Uups... and sorry brat and pichy !!! I agree to brats  statement. Next time i will read the question more carefully. I thought that pichy meant an an... Pichy, you really need the no_password.exe for asn plattforms. There are no jumpers you can set. But.. you can get this file only (legal) from the NN support and i dont know where you can get it anywhere else. Sorry for that confusion !!!

Michael

RE: password on a access stack node

(OP)
don't worry siepratm,
i have been browsing the NN website, and found two exe files,, asnboot.exe and asndiag.exe, do any of these can be used to rename it as asn.exe??
because i have read the info bulletin for that files, and i think those aren´t the one that brat told me about.

thanks in advance

pichi

RE: password on a access stack node

no pitchi, the asndiag and -boot where only used to be for the startup process. These files are stored in the bootrom (not on the flash card). Before the router loads his image you can see that he starts the diags (with the asndiag) and then the asnboot.exe. You really need the no_password.exe and i think it could be difficult to get this file....

Michael   

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