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Password (recovery)Baystack Access Node

Password (recovery)Baystack Access Node

Password (recovery)Baystack Access Node

I have a Baystack Access Node but I don't know the password. Is ther any way to find out what the password is or can the password be set to some default value.

RE: Password (recovery)Baystack Access Node

not sure about access nodes, but on the Bays I've seen if you have a blade with a known password (say from a spare router) you can install the blade in the other router and use the known password for access, then reset the password on the entire router.  ie: the password on a newly installed blade does not get updated until the password command is used...

RE: Password (recovery)Baystack Access Node

Here are the steps:

  Power down the router.
  Jump jumper S16 at front of the unit, behind the LEDs.
  Power up the router and it will go into diag mode.
  Type the following to clear the password:
      an_diag>> wb c00000 0 20
  Power down the router.
  Remove the jumper.
  Power up the router.

Hope that helps,

RE: Password (recovery)Baystack Access Node

Removing password from an AN
 Lost password for AN router
 The following required to remove the password on Access Node Routers
1. Power Down router
2. Jump jumper S16 at the front of the Unit, behind the LEDs
3. Power up the router, it will go to a diag prompt
4. Type following: rb c00000 20; this displays the passwd
                                      wb c00000 0 20;this clears the pasword - sets it to 0
There is help on these commands if needed
5. Power down the router
6. Remove jumper
7. Power up the router.

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