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Location of encrypted password

Created by Erin Stenzel, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Find out how to locate your encrypted password using information from your Cisco Router.

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From a Cisco router or switch configuration file, you can extract the password from a saved or printed configuration file. You can also download the current configuration directly from the router or switch without knowing the password. All you need is the read-write SNMP community string. For more information on downloading a Cisco configuration, see Online Help file for: Cisco Config Viewer.

 

 

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