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how do i override a password on a cisco router?

By marcela108 ·
how do i override a password on a cisco router?

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YOU DON'T {NT}

by .Martin. In reply to how do i override a passw ...
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Get out "blue cable" and then..

by cmatthews In reply to how do i override a passw ...

..you can use Google.

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Thank you

by marcela108 In reply to Get out "blue cable" and ...

Thank you that was helpful,i am currently doing the CCNA course. What do you think about the course and how was it when you started out in NETWORKING?

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I've picked up things along the way starting on an IBM 360/25 with..

by cmatthews In reply to Thank you

..28k of core memory.

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It is a difficult corse...

by Unkn0wn F0rces In reply to Thank you

Been through it myself. I am currently in Network +...

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Why would you answer

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Get out "blue cable" and ...

a password question for the entire world to see? We don't answer that question around here, for what we thought were obvious reasons.

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So Cisco posts ROMmon stuff and we can't?

by cmatthews In reply to Why would you answer

..If companies don't physically secure network equipment from access, where's the security?

My take:
Premium security has locked rooms or card access with 24-hour DVR surveillance.

Well, at least our inquirer/newbie CCNA did seem to know what the blue cable was..

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It's not about

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to So Cisco posts ROMmon stu ...

what Cisco posts. It's about what we here at TR have agreed to. Which is to not post password helps.

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Boxie might go on to the why we here agreed to this...

by CG IT In reply to It's not about

Guys got a point if he doesn't really know why the posters here agreed to not answer any type, method shape or form of password hack questions.

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CG IT makes a point.

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to So Cisco posts ROMmon stu ...

We have no way to know whether or not we're getting legitimate requests from legitimate users, or whether thieves and cheats are asking us for password cracks. Even if we 'know' a request is legit, a quick google (for near any PC/network/programming question) will yield TR posts at or very near the top of the results. We don't want to attract the attention of all the thieves and cheats any more than we want to inadvertently help them.

We're good, honest working peeps here, who congregate in rather warm and pleasant community. We don't want creeps bugging us.

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