The Cisco 3750 switch has made a significant contribution to the success of Cisco in the market for networking hardware. The technology make network switching services effective and secure. Have a look at C3750X Switch.
You can find a pre-owned 3750 model at a good price and if you buy a pre-owned Cisco 3750 switch, you might need to change your password before you can set up it.
It’s to operate for the network. Fortunately, Cisco has developed an automated process that lets you update your password.
All you’ll need is
Computer with terminal emulation software, Cisco 3750 switch and serial cable.
How to change a Catalyst 3750 switch ‘s password?
- Link the device to the 3750 switch utilizing the usually accompanying blue serial cable. Connect the 9-pin d-shell connector to the serial port on your computer, and
Connect the RJ-45 connector to the console port on the switch.
- Configure the switch to a terminal session. Power your computer, open an application for the terminal emulator and set up a terminal session with the following settings:
9600 baud, no comparison, 1 pause button, 8 data bits, Xon / Xoff flow power, Save a name settings you may remember later.
- Hold down the “Mode” button on the Cisco 3750 switch’s left front, and plug in the power cable. Release the “Mode” button five seconds after the Stat LED goes off.
The SYST LED should begin blinking in amber. Send the following commands to the switch at the command prompt to prepare it for the reset procedure and rename the current one
File configuration: Flash init, Helper load.
Flash dir: Flash rename: config.text flash: config.old
- Reboot the 3750 switch by emitting the “reboot” command and pressing “Enter.” React to “n” and click “Enter” twice at the prompt “Server Setup Dialog.” Everything will happen
Display “Switch >” question. Send the “en” command to the prompt, and click “Enter.” You should see the prompt change from “Switch >” to “Switch #.”
Configuration file with the following command: flash rename: config.old flash: config.text (“Enter” press). To accept the default destination filename click on “Enter.”
Copy the configuration file with the following command into the 3750 memory: copy flash: config.text system: running-config. When asked for a destination click “Pass”
By example, filename embraces. Eat new 3750 swap passwords with the following commands: conf t, make spswd (spswd = your latest hidden password),
Allow enpswd (enpswd = your current activate password), line vty 0 15, tpswd password (tpswd = your new terminal password, login, line con 0, cpswd password).
(Cpswd = password for your new console), write a file.