I just changed the password from my admin account and now I can't login anymore. Not with the old and not with the new PW.
Need to reset, AP9606 JA0236007302
just made Telnet to the system and did the following:
Was the way right ? It even doesn't work with the webinterface after first telnet.
I am in a similar situation as I have taken over a project from a retiree. My S/N is WA0012010746
any help would be appreciated
Backdoor password for that serial is 133;9<^I9:<>
Same issue here WA0112001346
Hello, If possible I would like to get the backdoor password for an AP9211 that I have:
Can you help me? Please Sent password for AS1643170501
Use lower case apc for user name in either hyper-terminal or telnet (won't work via the web)
Use the following for password 12479<^I9;<> (any letters are capitalized)
You will then have to log in again but use lower case apc for both user name and password
Please be advised that this unit is passed end of life and no longer supported by Schneider Electric.
Use the following for password 124<7?II9;>< (any letters are capitalized)
What is the model number of the product you require a password for?
Product Smart-UPS SRT 6000
This thread is for AP9610 and AP9611 not SRT Smart-UPS. To reset the password of the network card installed in a SRT Smart-UPS please see Schneider Electric FAQ FA156075
I have a ap9606 card in a ap9211 with serial number JA0250014244 what is the password I can use to the reset card.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Reset password for that serial number is 13769:QI9<@<
I have a ap9606 card in a ap9211 with serial number WA0024007746 what is the password I can use to the reset card.
Thank you VERY MUCH for your help.
Use the following for password 12:;9<^I9:=@ (any letters are capitalized)
Thanks Bill that did the trick. Your help is very much appreciated
i lost my password.
The serialnumber is:
Use the following for password 62858;^IBC?A (any letters are capitalized)
Use the following for password 1287;=^I9:<B (any letters are capitalized)
I have an AP9211 as well that needs a password. The serial # of the web/snmp card is:
I just bought a refurbished 9211 but the reseller neglected to mention the username and password are not standard.
Can you give me the backdoor password for S/N: WA9951016341
I'm just another APC customer and don't speak for them. But this thread (which has been running for several years now) makes me want to point out a few things (to everyone, not to you in particular):
1) These units are well past their end-of-life dates. The 3rd and 4th characters of the serial number are the manufacturing year. Your WA9951016341 is therefore nearly 20 years old at this point. The relays in these are mechanical devices, and even if the electronics are working perfectly (which may be problematic - see below), mechanical wear-and-tear may make the unit unreliable.
2) Due to the age of these units, they have not received firmware / security updates in a very long time. I can tell you that the AP9610 / AP9611 are well-known to be insecure, and any bored script kiddie on the Internet can wreak havoc on these units if they can reach them. Some users say this isn't a problem - they're not connected to the outside Internet. As I once told a vendor who wanted to sell me a firewall for the school where I ran the computer center, "It won't help - my bad guys (students) are already on the inside".
If I were going to run one of these, I'd try an AP9611 and replacing the management card with an AP9617 and the firmware files for an AP790x (not AP790xB) switched RPDU. I'm pretty sure that will work and will get you a somewhat newer (but still end-of-life) management card and firmware. This will not work on the AP9210 - the management card in that unit is not a SmartSlot. However, I'm in the process of replacing several hundred of my (much newer) non-B-series units (both RPDU and ATS) with B-series units because the non-B-series ones have become flakey enough that I can't trust them - they randomly misbehave by turning outlets off and on, rebooting, and generally being unpleasant. I'll be cutting the power cords off of them and sending them to electronics recycle - I'm cutting the cords off so an unscrupulous recycler won't try selling them to unsuspecting eBay users as working devices.
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