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FAQ-How to Troubleshoot that the Password for Login to Eudemon 2100 Is Lost

Publication Date:  2012-08-09 Views:  38 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q: Eudemon SBC is sometimes configured with login password, so what should be done when the password is forgotten? 
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Handling Process
A: Once the password for login to Eudemon SBC is lost, we cannot log into the equipment because there is no default password. Go as follows: 
1. Reset the equipment and press Ctrl+B when prompting Press Ctrl-B to enter Boot Menu, with the following prompted: 
  Please input Bootrom password: 
Enter Bootrom password 8060 to enter the operation menu of Bootrom, as follows: 
Boot Menu:                                                                    
     1:  Download application program with XMODEM                               
     2:  Download application program with NET                                  
     3:  Clear configuration                                                    
     4:  Disable application password                                           
     5:  Start up and ignore configuration                                      
     6:  Enter debugging environment                                            
     7:  Boot Rom Operation Menu                                                
     8:  Exit and reboot                                                        
     Enter your choice(1-8):                 
2. Select the 5 in menu, as Start up and ignore configuration; enter "Y", and then select 8:  Exit and reboot, and enter "Y" to reset the equipment; after reset of the equipment, you could enter the system, and you cannot find the original configurations. 
3. In user view, execut dir command, and flash contains the vrpcfg.cfg file which is the original configuration file. Export the file to one PC through FTP, and use text editor to edit the login password again, and then import it into flash; reset the equipment, restoring the original configuration. 
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