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Lost password on a baystack 350T

I Lost the password on a baystack 350T, is there a way to clear passwords or set the switch back to factory default?
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jcking
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sunray_2003Commented:
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chicagoanCommented:
the 203 code fixed the telnet backdoor, if you have the later microcode and it doesn't work in telnet try it via the console
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jckingAuthor Commented:
Do questions usually get deleted? Is this the same as closing a question?
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jckingAuthor Commented:
A forced accept is fine with me, I think I should have an option.
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