So i have an unusual issue here. I was able to successfully configure a SM-ES2-24 service-module on a Cisco 2911 router, however in that configuration i think i messed up the "line con 0" configuration to make it require local authentication to get in.
My issue now is that i did not use the "username admin password xxxx" command on the service-module. When trying to issue the "service-module gi1/0 password-reset" command it will not take me to the recovery process, it would only continue to ask me for a username/password.
Is there any way to force this service module to factory defaults, or load a blank config from the router onto the service module?
Any help would be awesome.
Thanks in advance.
Please disregard my question above.
I was able to solve this issue on my own by using the following;
Router(config)# aaa new-model
Router(config)# aaa authentication smodule none
Router(config)# line 67
Router(config-line)# loging authentication smodule
Router#service-module gi1/0 password-reset
Router#service-module g1/0 session
Then you will be given the "switch:" prompt
Thanks to Gian-Luca Casella for the information!
Had the same problem, but I am running IOS ver Version 15.3(2)T1.
I had to alter my commands like so:
aaa authentication login default none
login authenticaion default
service-module g1/0 session
I was then able to get the Switch: prompt.