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Masterswitch AP9210 Password Reset

Discussion in Racks, Rack Accessories, & Cooling started by CHARLES , 12/17/2015 12:11 PM
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  • padred727
    CHARLES
    Novice Novice
    CHARLES 12/17/2015 12:11 PM

    I have a very dated AP 9210 that I'm setting up in my home lab. The only issue I'm having is that I don't know how to reset or recover the password. I was able to check out the EEPROM but I couldn't find a legible password. I saw on other forums some of you were able to generate a temporary pass by using the device serial number. Any help would be appreciated.

    Device info:

    1- Model Number : AP9210
    2- Serial Number : WA9818881653
    3- Hardware Revision : B2
    4- Manufacture Date : 04/29/1998
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 92 1C 98
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.0

  • wpasquil
    Bill
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    Bill 12/17/2015 2:59 PM (in response to CHARLES)

    Hi,

    1 - use lower case apc for user name in either hyper-terminal or telnet (won't work via the web)

    2 - use the following for password (any letters are capitalized) 9:4::9^IBB<D

    3 - you will then have to log in again but use lower case apc for both user name and password

  • padred727
    CHARLES
    Novice Novice
    CHARLES 12/17/2015 4:38 PM (in response to Bill)

    Worked! Thanks a ton!

  • thekidz
    Craig
    New Member New Member
    Craig 4/28/2016 2:06 AM (in response to Bill)

    Hi Bill

    Hopefully you are still able to give out password resets. I just purcased an AP9210 to try. I do not know the password and have tried the defaults. I hope you can help. 

    sn.         WA9819015476

    mac      00 C0 B7 92 1F 2C

    Any help you can give would be really appreciated.

    Thanx in advance 

    Craig

  • wpasquil
    Bill
    =S= Representative
    Bill 4/28/2016 12:32 PM (in response to Craig)

    Craig,

    Try this 

    login using lower case apc for user name

    use this for password 1388<<^IBB<E

    You will have to login a second time but this time use lower case apc for both user name and password. 

  • Artee99
    Artee
    New Member New Member
    Artee 4/28/2016 6:39 PM (in response to Bill)

    I have the same problem with tne one i just have bought.*** Factory Menu ***

     1- Model Number          : AP9210I
     2- Serial Number         : WA9927003383
     3- Hardware Revision     : C4
     4- Manufacture Date      : 06/29/1999
     5- MAC Address           : 00 C0 B7 72 0C 59
     6- Firmware Revision     : v1.1.2

     

    May i count on your help??

  • Artee99
    Artee
    New Member New Member
    Artee 4/28/2016 7:11 PM (in response to Artee)

    I've dumped EEPROM and found password. Problem solved.

  • thekidz
    Craig
    New Member New Member
    Craig 4/29/2016 12:48 PM (in response to Bill)

    Hi Bill

    Thank you very much. It worked. I really appreciate the support.

    Craig

  • foreverjake
    Michael
    New Member New Member
    Michael 5/27/2016 12:35 PM (in response to Craig)

    Sorry to keep the thread going.... But I am also having the same problem. Could you provide a username and password for the following machine:

    1- Model Number : AP9210
    2- Serial Number : WA9932015351
    3- Hardware Revision : C4
    4- Manufacture Date : 08/10/1999
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 92 68 02
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.2

  • wpasquil
    Bill
    =S= Representative
    Bill 5/27/2016 1:26 PM (in response to Michael)

    Hi,

    login using lower case apc for user name

    use this for password 1387:7^IBC>>

    You will have to login a second time but this time use lower case apc for both user name and password. 

  • foreverjake
    Michael
    New Member New Member
    Michael 5/27/2016 5:38 PM (in response to Bill)

    Thanks, that worked.

  • darien
    alberto
    New Member New Member
    alberto 7/10/2016 10:49 PM (in response to Bill)

    hi Bill....could you help me with this...please

    serial #   WA9918011448

    MAC        00 C0 B7 92 51 69

    thank you!!

  • wpasquil
    Bill
    =S= Representative
    Bill 7/14/2016 2:35 PM (in response to alberto)

    Hi,

    Sorry for the delay!

    Use lower case apc for user name in either hyper-terminal or telnet

    Use the following for password (any letters are capitalized)

    13489>^IBC<D

    You will then have to log in again but use lower case apc for both user name and password

  • darien
    alberto
    New Member New Member
    alberto 7/15/2016 2:30 AM (in response to Bill)

    great...

    thank you very much!!!

  • m.meuwese
    Martin
    Novice Novice
    Martin 7/28/2016 2:30 PM (in response to alberto)

    Hello i have a couple of these devices which are not accessible due to a lost password. Could you help me recover them:

    MAC: 00c0.b772.0c09 
    Serial: WA9927001955

    There are 3 more whereas i need to remove them from the rack to get the serial numbers. They will follow later today once i'm in the datacenter.

    regards,

    Martin

  • m.meuwese
    Martin
    Novice Novice
    Martin 7/28/2016 2:43 PM (in response to Martin)

    Okay - Console access with 

    username: foo

    Password: TENmanUFactOryPOWER

    works and allows to extract the details of the PDU's through the console cable (Baud 19200-8-none-1)

    PDU 1:


    1- Model Number : AP9210I
    2- Serial Number : WA9902004547
    3- Hardware Revision : C4
    4- Manufacture Date : 01/21/1999
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 72 05 D6
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.1
    7- Outlet State (Hex) : FF

    PDU 2: 

    1- Model Number : AP9210I
    2- Serial Number : WA9902004541
    3- Hardware Revision : C4
    4- Manufacture Date : 01/21/1999
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 72 05 D2
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.1
    7- Outlet State (Hex) : FF

    PDU 3:

     1- Model Number : AP9210I
    2- Serial Number : WA9927001955
    3- Hardware Revision : B2
    4- Manufacture Date : 06/28/1999
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 72 0C 09
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.2
    7- Outlet State (Hex) : FF

    PDU4:

     1- Model Number : AP9210I
    2- Serial Number : WA9922008017
    3- Hardware Revision : B2
    4- Manufacture Date : 05/26/1999
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 72 0A 04
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.1
    7- Outlet State (Hex) : FF

    Thank you and advance for sharing the recovery passwords for my devices.

    regards,

    Martin Meuwese

  • m.meuwese
    Martin
    Novice Novice
    Martin 7/28/2016 2:50 PM (in response to Bill)

    Hi Bill,

    not sure if you receive e-mail notifications when we reply on a thread but in case you do i reposted my question.

    Can you help me with the recovery password of my APC PDU's?

    Okay - Console access with 

    username: foo

    Password: TENmanUFactOryPOWER

    works and allows to extract the details of the PDU's through the console cable (Baud 19200-8-none-1)

    PDU 1:


    1- Model Number : AP9210I
    2- Serial Number : WA9902004547
    3- Hardware Revision : C4
    4- Manufacture Date : 01/21/1999
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 72 05 D6
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.1
    7- Outlet State (Hex) : FF

    PDU 2: 

    1- Model Number : AP9210I
    2- Serial Number : WA9902004541
    3- Hardware Revision : C4
    4- Manufacture Date : 01/21/1999
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 72 05 D2
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.1
    7- Outlet State (Hex) : FF

    PDU 3:

     1- Model Number : AP9210I
    2- Serial Number : WA9927001955
    3- Hardware Revision : B2
    4- Manufacture Date : 06/28/1999
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 72 0C 09
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.2
    7- Outlet State (Hex) : FF

    PDU4:

     1- Model Number : AP9210I
    2- Serial Number : WA9922008017
    3- Hardware Revision : B2
    4- Manufacture Date : 05/26/1999
    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 72 0A 04
    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.1
    7- Outlet State (Hex) : FF

    Thank you and advance for sharing the recovery passwords for my devices.

    regards,

    Martin Meuwese

  • wpasquil
    Bill
    =S= Representative
    Bill 7/29/2016 6:55 PM (in response to Martin)

    Hi,

    Use lower case apc for user name in either hyper-terminal or telnet (won't work via the web)

    Enter the new password, then log in again but use lower case apc for both user name and password

    Serial Number : WA9902004547 12799=^IBC;>

    Serial Number : WA9902004541 127997^IBC;>

    Serial Number : WA9927001955 124=:;^IBC=C

    Serial Number : WA9922008017 12;46=^IBC=>

  • hanadul
    Young
    Novice Novice
    Young 12/4/2016 6:14 AM (in response to Bill)

    Hi,

    I have exact same problem  and I couldn't find serial # on the box.

    Please inform how to find serial #.

    Thanks in advance.

  • zombielinux
    William
    New Member New Member
    William 5/21/2017 3:33 AM (in response to CHARLES)

    I too have a 9210 in need of a password reset. 

    1- Model Number : AP9210␊␍

    2- Serial Number : WA9912010499␊␍

    3- Hardware Revision : C4␊␍

    4- Manufacture Date : 03/08/1999␊␍

    5- MAC Address : 00 C0 B7 92 4B 52␊␍

    6- Firmware Revision : v1.1.1␊␍

  • wpasquil
    Bill
    =S= Representative
    Bill 5/22/2017 12:48 PM (in response to William)

    Hi, 

    1 - use lower case apc for user name in either hyper-terminal or telnet (won't work via the web)

    2 - use the following for password (any letters are capitalized) 1338>?^IBC<>

    3 - you will then have to log in again but use lower case apc for both user name and password

  • pozar
    Tim
    New Member New Member
    Tim 9/20/2017 12:24 AM (in response to Bill)

    Ok.  I got one that needs to be reset ...  Here is the detail...

     1- Model Number          : AP9210
     2- Serial Number         : WA9940005442
     3- Hardware Revision     : C4
     4- Manufacture Date      : 09/29/1999
     5- MAC Address           : 00 C0 B7 92 73 71
     6- Firmware Revision     : v1.1.2

  • wpasquil
    Bill
    =S= Representative
    Bill 9/20/2017 6:19 PM (in response to Tim)

    Use lower case apc for user name in either hyper-terminal or telnet

    Use the following for password (any letters are capitalized)

    128898^IBC?<

    You will then have to log in again but use lower case apc for both user name and password

  • nickstoughton
    Nick
    New Member New Member
    Nick 10/4/2017 12:43 AM (in response to Bill)

    Sorry ... this seems to be a long-running question! Another AP9210 in need of a password reset.

    Serial Number WA9930009092

    MAC Address  00 C0 B7 92 65 06

    Thanks

    Nick

  • wpasquil
    Bill
    =S= Representative
    Bill 10/4/2017 1:25 PM (in response to Nick)

    Hi,

    1 - use lower case apc for user name in either hyper-terminal or telnet (won't work via the web)

    2 - use the following for password (any letters are capitalized) 12<4>8^IBC><

    3 - you will then have to log in again but use lower case apc for both user name and password

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