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Setup passwords on a cisco router
 
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how to setup passwords on a cisco router,enable password,enable secret,console password
Views: 43180 Akash Deep Singh
1. Hostname and Passwords Configuration
 
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How to configure the Hostname and password on a Cisco router in Packet Tracer. The Packet Tracer file can be downloaded from http://ciscotutor.dyndns-free.com/cisco/nuggets.htm
Views: 103118 Chris Collings
Cisco Configuration: Enable password and enable secret CCNA
 
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In this video we look at the difference between setting enable password and enable secret.
Views: 237 Route&Switch
How to Configure Secret Password on CISCO Router
 
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Complete CCNA & Window Server 2012 R2 Videos in Hindi https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0HOo4xYvmcBYAiuNFeirQ
Views: 635 Vishesh Malik
Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices - Part 1
 
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Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices - Part 1 of 3 There are a number of different Cisco IOS features that use passwords. By default, Cisco IOS stores all password values (except those specified as secret) in the configuration as cleartext. This is a security issue as anyone can do an over-the-shoulder attack when passwords are not encrypted. By enabling the service password-encryption global configuration command, Cisco IOS obfuscates all cleartext passwords (Type 0) with a Vigenère cipher (Type 7). While Type 7 passwords are easily decrypted, this feature greatly reduces the effectiveness of the over-the-shoulder attack. Certain passwords allow you the option to designate them as secret passwords. The best known example of this is the enable secret password. Cisco IOS stores secret passwords in the form of an MD5 hash. (Type 5). While MD5 can technically be cracked, its not something that can be done easily (if at all). Type 5 passwords are very secure. You can quickly tell whether a password is stored in cleartext (Type 0), MD5 hash (Type 5), or Vigenère cipher (Type 7) by looking at the number that precedes the password when viewing the configuration.
Views: 823 packetlab
How to Remove Secret Password on CISCO Router
 
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Complete CCNA & Window Server 2012 R2 Videos in Hindi https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP0HOo4xYvmcBYAiuNFeirQ
Views: 1358 Vishesh Malik
Cisco VTY Password
 
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How to configure the VTY password.
Views: 28080 ICT Hub
how to configure privilege passwords, line console passwords on cisco router
 
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watching in hd!!!! Here we will configure Cisco routers in Packet Tracer. We will look at how to configure exec privilege passwords, line console passwords,
Views: 41491 ITTRICKY
enable and disable password on Cisco router
 
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Views: 9105 kartikey pathak
How to Remove Secret Password from CISCO Switch
 
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Complete CCNA Videos in Hindi
Views: 546 Vishesh Malik
Lab 4 - Configuring Passwords
 
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Lab 4 is rather lengthy but explains how to configure enable, enable secret, console, and telnet (vty) passwords. It also covers the use of usernames, privilege levels, and password encryption. To wrap things up we configure the router to accept SSH connections. I hope you get something from this lab. If anything was alittle murky, shoot me a comment / email and I'll do what I can. Enjoy...
Views: 15401 Ron Wellman
Password Reverting on Cisco Routers - Video By Sikandar Shaik || Dual CCIE (RS/SP) # 35012
 
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How to recover the enable password and the enable secret passwords. These passwords protect access to privileged EXEC and configuration modes. The enable password password can be recovered, but the enable secret password is encrypted and must be replaced with a new password. Use the procedure described in this document in order to replace the enable secret password
Enable Password / Secret and how to encrypt passwords on Cisco devices
 
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For the full details of each command as well as many other free online tutorials and configuration guides, visit www.anythingoverip.co.za or www.aoip.org, we specialise in Anything Over IP Author: Jay Whale
Views: 23453 AnythingOverIP
4- How to encrypt and decrypt password of cisco router - CCNA
 
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CCNA Routing and Switching training videos
Views: 5789 Hitron DJ
Cisco Password Decryption
 
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In this video I show you how insecure a Cisco password really is. I hope after watching this video that you stop relying on "service password-encryption" and instead use the secret password since it uses a hash value.
Views: 28198 Ron Wellman
Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices Lab - Part 1
 
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Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices Lab - Part 1 of 2 There are a number of different Cisco IOS features that use passwords. By default, Cisco IOS stores all password values (except those specified as secret) in the configuration as cleartext. This is a security issue as anyone can do an over-the-shoulder attack when passwords are not encrypted. By enabling the service password-encryption global configuration command, Cisco IOS obfuscates all cleartext passwords (Type 0) with a Vigenère cipher (Type 7). While Type 7 passwords are easily decrypted, this feature greatly reduces the effectiveness of the over-the-shoulder attack. Certain passwords allow you the option to designate them as secret passwords. The best known example of this is the enable secret password. Cisco IOS stores secret passwords in the form of an MD5 hash. (Type 5). While MD5 can technically be cracked, its not something that can be done easily (if at all). Type 5 passwords are very secure. You can quickly tell whether a password is stored in cleartext (Type 0), MD5 hash (Type 5), or Vigenère cipher (Type 7) by looking at the number that precedes the password when viewing the configuration.
Views: 2596 packetlab
Cisco Router Password Reset
 
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Just a short video showing you how to reset the password on a Cisco router. As a consultant, this happens to me all the time. A client calls, wants some router work done but they dont know the router password.
Views: 251986 Johnny Mac
How to configure secret password on cisco router
 
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How to configure secret password on cisco router
Views: 72 Md.Maruf Bin Reza
Enable Password - Privileged EXEC mode access
 
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Views: 6129 T3SO Tutorials
HOW TO SET ENABLE PASSWORD AND ENABLE SECRET PASSWORD IN CISCO 1800 ROUTERS
 
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HOW TO SET ENABLE PASSWORD AND ENABLE SECRET PASSWORD IN CISCO 1800 ROUTERS
Views: 1142 BNB SUPPORT
How we can Configure or set secret password Cisco Router
 
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Best networking Videos By Dilber Khan in this video you can learn how we can configure secret password on Cisco Router.I am configuring this in packet tracer.it is very easy to configure. basically secret password is a command which is use for set a encrypted password on Cisco Router. subscribe my channel http://www.youtube.com/user/msdilberkhan and my web address is http://www.networkingtutorail.net/
Views: 201 Cloud Stacks
Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices - Part 2
 
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Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices - Part 2 of 3 There are a number of different Cisco IOS features that use passwords. By default, Cisco IOS stores all password values (except those specified as secret) in the configuration as cleartext. This is a security issue as anyone can do an over-the-shoulder attack when passwords are not encrypted. By enabling the service password-encryption global configuration command, Cisco IOS obfuscates all cleartext passwords (Type 0) with a Vigenère cipher (Type 7). While Type 7 passwords are easily decrypted, this feature greatly reduces the effectiveness of the over-the-shoulder attack. Certain passwords allow you the option to designate them as secret passwords. The best known example of this is the enable secret password. Cisco IOS stores secret passwords in the form of an MD5 hash. (Type 5). While MD5 can technically be cracked, its not something that can be done easily (if at all). Type 5 passwords are very secure. You can quickly tell whether a password is stored in cleartext (Type 0), MD5 hash (Type 5), or Vigenère cipher (Type 7) by looking at the number that precedes the password when viewing the configuration.
Views: 463 packetlab
how to set password on cisco switch
 
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How to set password on cisco switch and remove password
Views: 18461 Vikas Madan
Cisco Console Password
 
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Configure Cisco Console Password
Views: 3183 ICT Hub
How to recover a password on a Cisco router? - Packet Tracer
 
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In this tutorial, I cover password recovery procedures for a Cisco router for the Cisco CCNA. The process is demonstrated using Packet Tracer. The tutorial covers: the configuration register, the show version command, rom monitor mode (rommon), and saving the configuration file Subscribe! and for more information about the Cisco CCNA visit me at http://danscourses.com
Views: 92869 danscourses
Password Recovery on a Cisco Router (CCNA Complete Video Course Sample)
 
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What do you do if you forget the enable secret password on your Cisco router? This video demonstrates how to reset a password, if you have local access to a router's console. This video is a sample from Pearson IT Certification's upcoming "CCNA Complete Video Course" by Kevin Wallace, CCIEx2 (R/S and Voice) #7945 If you're interested in CCNA certification, check out this video on the 3 mistakes Cisco certification candidates make: http://youtu.be/TCYzrPDVHEc Follow me on Facebook: http://facebook.com/kwallaceccie Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/kwallaceccie
Views: 19318 Kevin Wallace
Basic Router Configuration Hostname enable secret enable password
 
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Basic router configuration including Hostname,enable password,enable secret,no ip domain lookup
Views: 52 Ehsan Nazer
setup cisco router username/password -enable -secret
 
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how to setup cisco router username/ password- enable or enable secret password
Views: 110 smart tech
Enable and Enable Secret Password cisco paket traser
 
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How to setup username and password on cisco router and switch
 
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in this video i want to show all of you about Basic : How to setup username and password on cisco router and switch --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR0jzG5XnZIloFGuQ6tlFNg
Views: 8842 Khmer Cisco Learning
Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices - Part 3
 
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Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices - Part 3 of 3 There are a number of different Cisco IOS features that use passwords. By default, Cisco IOS stores all password values (except those specified as secret) in the configuration as cleartext. This is a security issue as anyone can do an over-the-shoulder attack when passwords are not encrypted. By enabling the service password-encryption global configuration command, Cisco IOS obfuscates all cleartext passwords (Type 0) with a Vigenère cipher (Type 7). While Type 7 passwords are easily decrypted, this feature greatly reduces the effectiveness of the over-the-shoulder attack. Certain passwords allow you the option to designate them as secret passwords. The best known example of this is the enable secret password. Cisco IOS stores secret passwords in the form of an MD5 hash. (Type 5). While MD5 can technically be cracked, its not something that can be done easily (if at all). Type 5 passwords are very secure. You can quickly tell whether a password is stored in cleartext (Type 0), MD5 hash (Type 5), or Vigenère cipher (Type 7) by looking at the number that precedes the password when viewing the configuration.
Views: 431 packetlab
Cisco Minute - enable secret
 
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Procedure to set a password into the "enable" configuration prompt. Commands used: enable, configure terminal, enable secret "passwd", end, exit.
Views: 137 Ricardo Barbosa
Cisco router set enable password
 
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Author and talk show host Robert McMillen explains the set enable and secret passwords commands for a Cisco router. This How To Video also has audio instruction.
Views: 8696 Robert McMillen
Set password for Telnet, Console, AUX in Cisco Router
 
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CCNA -- Basic configuration for Telnet, Console and Aux in Cisco Router and the command to make passwords more secure
Views: 4266 CCNA NEW
Basic password configuration on Cisco device. Initual Setup
 
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Steps on how to enable passwords on Cisco device. enable configure terminal enable password mypassword enable secret mysecretpassword *Secret password is encrypted, while password is in plain text **CONSOLE line console 0 password consolepassword login end 'then verify it saved it' show running-config **VTYs line aux 0 line vty 0 15 password telnet1 login exit copy running-config startup-config - to save **If you found this video helpful, please give me a thumbs up** Website http://www.digitalbytecomputing.com Facebook http://www.facebook.com/digitalbytecomputing Subscribe to my you channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/digitalbytecomputing
Setting enable secret password
 
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Setting enable secret password
Configure secret with level 15 encryption on privilege exec mode (enable mode) of switch and router
 
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How to configure secret with level 15 encryption on privilege exec mode (enable mode) of switch and router I am using GNS 3 1.5.3 and configure secret with level 15 encryption on privilege exec mode (enable mode) of router c7200 with IOS Image "c7200-adventerprisek9-mz.124-24.T8.image" If you wanna download GNS3: https://github.com/GNS3/gns3-gui/releases If you wanna download IOS file for GNS3: http://srijit.com/working-cisco-ios-gns3/
Views: 1601 Crazii Solutions
how to set password on cisco routers in packet tracer in hindi lab-4
 
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how to set password on cisco routers in packet tracer in hindi
Views: 13897 Vikas Madan
Basic Cisco Router commands
 
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Video on connecting the console cable is here: https://youtu.be/Z2-QHMQPqAU a simple video aimed at beginners, entry-level network techs, or network admins who are unfamiliar with the Cisco Command Line Interface (CLI). This short video will help you get access and at least give you some knowledge so that when you have to work with Cisco support, you will seem as though this is not your first time. The basic command covered in this video are: Enable Show Running Config Setup Config Terminal Write In this demonstration, I use Putty.exe as the program to setup the communications with the Cisco router. Putty.exe is free - just look for it. You can use Hyper Terminal if you have XP, but Hyper Terminal was taken out of future windows releases.
Views: 107346 Network Advisor
Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices Lab - Part 2
 
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Setting Strong Encrypted Passwords On Cisco Devices Lab - Part 2 of 2 There are a number of different Cisco IOS features that use passwords. By default, Cisco IOS stores all password values (except those specified as secret) in the configuration as cleartext. This is a security issue as anyone can do an over-the-shoulder attack when passwords are not encrypted. By enabling the service password-encryption global configuration command, Cisco IOS obfuscates all cleartext passwords (Type 0) with a Vigenère cipher (Type 7). While Type 7 passwords are easily decrypted, this feature greatly reduces the effectiveness of the over-the-shoulder attack. Certain passwords allow you the option to designate them as secret passwords. The best known example of this is the enable secret password. Cisco IOS stores secret passwords in the form of an MD5 hash. (Type 5). While MD5 can technically be cracked, its not something that can be done easily (if at all). Type 5 passwords are very secure. You can quickly tell whether a password is stored in cleartext (Type 0), MD5 hash (Type 5), or Vigenère cipher (Type 7) by looking at the number that precedes the password when viewing the configuration.
Views: 659 packetlab
How to configure basic router configuration on cisco devices
 
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LAB 1 HOW TO ASSIGN HOSTNAME ON 2600s ROUTER ? commands #hostname infotechshesh ----done----- --------------------------------------------- LAB 2 HOW TO ASSIGN NORMAL PASSWORD ON 2600s ROUTER ? commands : #enable password 123 ---- done ----- LAB 3 HOW TO ASSIGN SECRET PASSWORD ON 2600s ROUTER ? command : #enable secret [email protected] here we get one thing that we do not recognize the secret password its all done LAB 4 HOW TO CONVERT NORMAL PASSWORD IN TO SECRET PASSWORD ? #service password-encryption 1st we have to configure normal password and then we have to convert it by using following command ----------done ----------- LAB 5 HOW TO ASSIGN MOTD (message of the day) BANNER ? command #banner motd * welcome in infotechshesh * now its done follow us on below link https://in.linkedin.com/in/shesh-chauhan-373502131 https://twitter.com/sheshch1806 https://www.facebook.com/infotech2097 thanks ......... subscribe us for more videos ......
Views: 156 infotechshesh
Cisco Commands
 
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Changing switch hostname Switch(config)#hostname SW1 Configuring passwords SW1(config)#enable secret cisco MD5 hash. SW1(config)#enable password notcisco Clear text. Securing console port SW1(config)#line con 0 SW1(config-line)#password cisco SW1(config-line)#login Securing terminal lines SW1(config)#line vty 0 4 SW1(config-line)#password cisco SW1(config-line)#login Encrypting passwords SW1(config)#service password-encryption Configuring banners SW1(config)#banner motd $ -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS IS PROHIBITED -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- $ Giving the switch an IP address SW1(config)#interface vlan 1 SW1(config-if)#ip address 172.16.1.11 255.255.255.0 (or dhcp) SW1(config-if)#shutdown Link : https://tahircomputer.wordpress.com/2018/02/21/cisco-commands/
Views: 22 Learning School
Cisco IOS CLI for beginners - Part 3
 
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http://danscourses.com - Configure enable password, enable secret, service password-encryption and motd banner. Cisco CCNA IOS CLI Packet Tracer
Views: 108595 danscourses

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