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First access to a 2960G using Express Setup

Hello,

I have a 2960G and I use the Express Setup mode to connect for the first time on the switch with Internet Explorer.

All goes well, I can connect my laptop to the switch with 10.0.0.1 IP address (using Interner Explorer), but a windows asks me a "user  name and password" for level 15 access, when normally there is no password or  username.

Thank you for your help

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First access to a 2960G using Express Setup

RACHID IBRAHIM wrote:

Hello,

I have a 2960G and I use the Express Setup mode to connect for the first time on the switch with Internet Explorer.

All goes well, I can connect my laptop to the switch with 10.0.0.1 IP address (using Interner Explorer), but a windows asks me a "user  name and password" for level 15 access, when normally there is no password or  username.

Thank you for your help

Try "cisco" and "cisco" (no quote marks) for username and password. Actually, you can probably get away with not putting in a username - I think the switch will ignore tha username anyway, and just look for the password "cisco" (minus the quote marks).

Cheers.

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First access to a 2960G using Express Setup

RACHID IBRAHIM wrote:

Hello,

I have a 2960G and I use the Express Setup mode to connect for the first time on the switch with Internet Explorer.

All goes well, I can connect my laptop to the switch with 10.0.0.1 IP address (using Interner Explorer), but a windows asks me a "user  name and password" for level 15 access, when normally there is no password or  username.

Thank you for your help

Try "cisco" and "cisco" (no quote marks) for username and password. Actually, you can probably get away with not putting in a username - I think the switch will ignore tha username anyway, and just look for the password "cisco" (minus the quote marks).

Cheers.

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