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Is it possible to get the password from a CISCO 760 ?
We have got one from our ISP but we didn't get the username / password for it.
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Wht not ask your ISP?  If the device is unconfigured, the password should be "Cisco".  If not, this describes how to recover from a lost password.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/474/pswdrec_700.html
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Thanxs, will try it

The ISP didn't give the password away.
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They give you a router but won't give you the password?  Is it a lease router or something that they manage?
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They give you a router but won't give you the password?  Is it a lease router or something that they manage?
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It's a lease router. Its a router which connects one pc with ISDN to the ISP. Between the router and the PC is a "private" network (10.0.0.1 and 10.0.0.2). The router has all ports closed and for opening the ports you pay per port.
What i would like to do is to remove the router (for that i would like to know the username, password and the telephon number). And i would like to set this direct to my pc (with a build in ISDN card) (for example the dial in process takes about the double time for dialing in with the router)
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If my memory serves me correctly, there is no pass set from most ISPs. Actually setting the password creates a vunerablity. If there is no pass set you can only access the CBOS if your directly wired in (non-RJ45). Try hitting enter when the pass screen comes up, will hopefully boot you into the CBOS#

If I am wrong forget it all lol.
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