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Perform hard reset of Cisco 1700 series Router

 
 
G-man
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      10-17-2004
I have bought a second hand Cisco 1700 series router from an auction, but
the password I was supplied was not the priviledged password (I can't even
take it back as I bought it sold-as-seen).

Is there a method of 'hard resetting' the router so that it defaults to the
factory settings?

Ta,

G.


 
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Walter Roberson
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      10-17-2004
In article <i9tcd.10092$(E-Mail Removed)>,
G-man <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
:I have bought a second hand Cisco 1700 series router from an auction, but
:the password I was supplied was not the priviledged password (I can't even
:take it back as I bought it sold-as-seen).

:Is there a method of 'hard resetting' the router so that it defaults to the
:factory settings?

Yup. Search the cisco site for 1700 password recovery

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