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Cisco 4400 Enable Password

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I have a problem with my Cisco 4400 router whereby there is no "Enable" password set and therefore i cannot go into extended menus. when i type in "enable", a message that there is no enavle password set is displayed and i can't go any further.
how do i access the router in such a way that i can be able to set the password and gain access to the extended menus screen?

please assist.

thanks,

tshepo
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any luck?
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You need to connect to it with a console cable, not a telnet connection. You'll then be permitted to use enable with no password.
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