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I am looking for a Ciena CN3920 switch default login/password.

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I am looking for a Ciena CN3920 switch default login/password.
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by:Matt
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Try this:

Username: su
Password: wwp
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by:3T1
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It looks like the unit is trying to get authentication from a server when I enter a password.  Any thoughts on how to default the unit?  I can get to the boot> prompt.
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Did you try to log in using console port or via telnet/ssh?


Hw Reset do factory-default (be very very careful):

Under normal operation, the reset button should not be used. However, if the device will not boot properly and the Status LED is off or continues blinking, a manual system reset can be performed as a last resort. A small unlabeled hole on the front of the chassis provides access to a reset button just inside the chassis. Inserting a small flat-tipped object, such as a straightened paper clip, and pressing the reset button causes the SDS/SCS to perform one of the following:

1. Pushing the reset button for less than 2 seconds will shut down and reboot the device.
2. Pushing and holding down the reset button for more than 2 seconds will shut down and reset the device to the factory default settings.
3. Pushing and holding down the reset button for 10 seconds or more will execute a “hard reboot.”

Use this feature when the device does not respond to either of the other two options.

WARNING: A system reset should ONLY be performed when all other troubleshooting efforts have failed to resolve the problem. Pressing the Reset button reboots the unit’s CPU. Flash memory, including application and configuration data, are erased. The device reverts to the factory default settings.
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Success!  Thanks for your assistance.
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for 3T1's comment #a40219413

for the following reason:

Oops.  that was an accident.  I meant to accept the above answer as the solution.
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