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RouterOS password can only be reset by reinstalling the router, or using the reset jumper in case the hardware is RouterBOARD.
 
RouterOS password can only be reset by reinstalling the router, or using the reset jumper in case the hardware is RouterBOARD.
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If u lost the password on router board  u may reset by this procedure:
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1. Reset the router board.
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2. Press any key when it's tell u to do that.
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3. Type r
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                      Example
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MikroTik 3.0rc13
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MikroTik Login:
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RouterBOOT booter 2.12
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RouterBoard 1000
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CPU frequency: 1333 MHz
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  Memory size: 512 MB
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Press any key within 2 seconds to enter setup.
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RouterBOOT-2.12
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What do you want to configure?
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  d - boot delay
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  k - boot key
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  s - serial console
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  o - boot device
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  r - reset configuration
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  e - format nand
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  g - upgrade firmware
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  i - board info
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  p - boot protocol
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  t - do memory testing
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  x - exit setup
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your choice:

Revision as of 15:14, 21 April 2008

RouterOS password can only be reset by reinstalling the router, or using the reset jumper in case the hardware is RouterBOARD.

If u lost the password on router board u may reset by this procedure:

1. Reset the router board. 2. Press any key when it's tell u to do that. 3. Type r


                      Example

MikroTik 3.0rc13 MikroTik Login:

RouterBOOT booter 2.12

RouterBoard 1000

CPU frequency: 1333 MHz

 Memory size: 512 MB

Press any key within 2 seconds to enter setup.

RouterBOOT-2.12 What do you want to configure?

  d - boot delay
  k - boot key
  s - serial console
  o - boot device
  r - reset configuration
  e - format nand
  g - upgrade firmware
  i - board info
  p - boot protocol
  t - do memory testing
  x - exit setup

your choice: