One of my remote office router model is Cisco 2801. Unfortunately I forgot the telnet/vty password of that router. I am sitting 500 KM distance in between in the Head Office. I can ping the router but due to lost password I cannot login to the router. Moreover I dont have snmp enabled in that router. So this option is out of question.
Is there anyway I can reset the router's password remotely from my head office. Additionaly I have a switch directly connected to the router and I can ping and login to the swtich but not the router. I am writing this about the switch if the help resetting the routers password anyway.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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