I want to sell my router. How can I tell exactly what is in it.
I believe its either a 7200, 7204 or 7206? How can I tell.
I know I have an NPE400 card but how can I tell how much memory is on the card?
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So there is no way to find out without turning it on? I don't even remember the username and password for the router. Its been off for about 2.5 years.
The NPE may have 128 or 256 depending on when it was purchased:
Try checkin physically the NPE-400 SDRAM module in order to determine if it is 128 or 256.
Make sure to observe security guidelines:
Well I have been unable to get the NPE 400 card out. I don't want to break it.
As I recall, I use to use HyperTerminal to get in. I have hooked up the console cable which is 8pin on one side and the other side of the 8 pin phone connector goes into a DB9 pin serial. I go into Hyperterminal on both a Windows XP machine and a Windows 2000 using Com1 and I don't seem to be getting a response.
What am I doing wrong?
If com1 is not working then use the other ones also, in Hyperterminal make sure you are using the following settings:
Data bits: 8
Here's the steps to do password recovery for the 7200:
Ok, I found my password and I think I know what the password may be.
How can I go in and change the password to whatever the "default" password normally is when Cisco ships the equipment?
I think that will do it.
"How can I go in and change the password to whatever the "default" password normally is when Cisco ships the equipment?"
command in the terminal should be 'write erase'