I have big number of routers/switches and I need to see how I can change the password on all of them by creating script or something. I am not a programmer and do not know where to start or how to implement the change.. my question is any idea how to change the passwords w/ out going to one by one..
If you don't want to write scripts to change the passwords then I would say 3rd party is the way to go. There is a plethera of password management products. The one that called me last was manageengine (not that it would be what you want but it's an example). If it's only a one time thing I would probably do it manually or write a script but if you have to do it regularly then 3rd party password management seems like a good way to go.
You might also want to consider radius/tacas as a long term solution where password management would be done through an ldap such as active directory and support more of a single-sign-on environment.
This document gives several answers on frequently asked questions for PFRv3 channel state behavior.
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