I have a problem with IPS-4240. Nobody of my workmates knows the password and I read that the only way is to reinstall the version of IOS. Is there any other way to recover the password than reinstalling?
GNU GRUB version 1.0(11)2 (631K lower / 2096128K upper memory)
When you troubleshoot password recovery, pay attention to the following: • You cannot determine whether password recovery has been disabled in the sensor configuration from the ROMMON prompt, GRUB menu, switch CLI, or router CLI. If you attempt password recovery, it always appears to succeed. If it has been disabled, the password is not reset to cisco. The only option is to reimage the sensor.
Before recovering you can 1st check the current state of password recovery with using this command: show settings | include password
If you do password recovery without checking the recovery feature that it enabled or disabled than the password can not be set to cisco (It will show succeed) and you need to reimage the sensor. So, before using password recovery you should check that password recovery is allowed or not.
Regards, Rahul Chhabra Network Engineer Spooster IT Services
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