I dedicate this post about default login and password to myself and anyone who forgot what is default login and password after resetting a device. This is seems trivia but it’s become big problem after you reset a device and cannot login because don’t know the default login and password.
This post will be updated as i found new information about login and password. This post will contain any device I ever use up to today. Below list have no particular order, i write down as i remember.
Please remember that leave your default login and password unchanged is not wise, always change your default login and password to the one easy to remember but still strong from unwanted access.
Cisco (www.cisco.com) have several combination of default login and password depend on IOS version,etc.
login:root; password:(no password)
Linksys – login:admin; password:(no password)
Dlink – login:admin; password:(no password)
Symbol/Motorola/Zebra. Symbol was acquired by Motorola, later Motorola was acquired by Zebra. So if you are looking information about Symbol or Motorola access point will be redirected to Zebra website.
Only APC UPS with management card that has login and password to login to their system. If your UPS has no management card, probably you can buy and install it depend on the UPS model. Have a management card can alert you when there is extreme temperature on your server room. Unusual voltage and current drop or surge, battery condition and other UPS health can be monitored easily.
Dell Poweredge R230, Poweredge R530 IDRAC login: root; password: calvin
Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (IDRAC) is a management tool that run above OS. This management tool can remote access server regardless operating system on the server. Can restart server, shutdown or
HP ILO login: Administrator; password: ILOSERIALNUMBERSERVER
HP Integrated Lights-out is server management tool just like DRAC in Dell. It is very useful when you need to manage server remotely. If you want to change ILO password refer to this post Reset HP’s iLO Password and it’s IP Address Remotely, No Reboot Method