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What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

  • 1.  What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Apr 08, 2016 05:25 PM

    After did a minimal setup to Aruba controller 7010 I can't access with default username/password (admin/admin).

     

    Is the default admin password is different?



  • 2.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Apr 08, 2016 05:27 PM

    The admin password is set when you set it up.  You cannot avoid setting the admin password.



  • 3.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Apr 08, 2016 05:56 PM

    It's a new box. After boot up, Console in and I did a minimal setup. It only ask me for hostname and Country code. It didn't ask for setting up the admin password!

    After reboot, I need a username and password. Which I assume it's default but admin/admin is not taking by the controller.

     



  • 4.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Apr 08, 2016 05:59 PM
    If you're not doing ZTP, you should use the full setup option.

    Sent from Nine<>


  • 5.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Apr 08, 2016 06:04 PM

    Hmm, I agree that might causing me not able access because I am not setting this up for ZTP. How can I get back to the same previous screen where I do have an option to do minimal setup or full setup for the controller?



  • 6.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Jul 10, 2018 08:36 AM

    Looks like the original question was never answer I am in the same scanerio awaiting response from TAC but it could be helpful to have the answer posted here as well. 

     

    I'm stuck after the mini-setup and can't create a new username then save configuration, can't reload the device, can't write erase, so I'm stuck. 



  • 7.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Jul 10, 2018 10:11 AM

    If you have console access, you can try to reseting the password.

     

     

    Login to the controller using the special password reset credentials

    Login:       password
    Passwd:    forgetme!

     
    User: password
    Password: *********

     

     

    Enter ENABLE mode

    (Aruba7010) >enable
    Password: enable

     

     

    Enter configure terminal mode and enter this command:  mgmt-user admin root

    You should be prompted to enter a new admin password. 
    (Aruba7010) #configure terminal
    Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z
    (Aruba7010) (config) #mgmt-user admin root
    Password:******
    Re-Type password:******

     

    Once it’s set, back-out of each menu and log out of the controller and login with the new/ reset admin password.

    (Aruba7010) (config) #exit
    (Aruba7010) #exit
    (Aruba7010) >exit
    (Aruba7010)

    User: admin
    Password: ******
    (Aruba7010) >

     

    Regards,
    Kapil

     



  • 8.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Jul 10, 2018 11:30 AM

    I've tried the moethod you have suggested with no success. I am working with a 7205 but that should not make a difference. I am now getting a password error, I did try long/short password combination so I'm sure this is not the issue .I did however follow the steps you have privided before I received this error with no success.

     

    I am scheduled to talk to TAC today or tomorrow was just looking for a quicker resolution.

     

    User: password
    Password: *********
    (Aruba7205) >en
    Password:******
    (Aruba7205) #configure t
    Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z

    (Aruba7205) (config) #mgmt-user admin root
    Password:*********
    Re-Type password:*********

    Error : Non-Compliant to Mgmt Password Policy
            Internal error occurred, Password validation failed


    (Aruba7205) (config) #



  • 9.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Jul 10, 2018 11:36 AM

    @rtorres8 wrote:

    User: password
    Password: *********
    (Aruba7205) >en
    Password:******
    (Aruba7205) #configure t
    Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z

    (Aruba7205) (config) #mgmt-user admin root
    Password:*********
    Re-Type password:*********

    Error : Non-Compliant to Mgmt Password Policy
            Internal error occurred, Password validation failed


    (Aruba7205) (config) #


    The password you're trying to use is not complex enough to pass the complexity requirements. Try a stronger password.



  • 10.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Jul 10, 2018 01:16 PM

    I don't think that is the case, I was able to once change it successfully then tried to log out then log back in and it did not work. Since then I always get this error, and I have tried randomly generated password between 15-20 charaters.

    When I meet with TAC I will look to posting the resolution to this issue.



  • 11.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Oct 16, 2018 02:04 PM

    Hi I have the same issue.... Did you already fix it?



  • 12.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Oct 16, 2018 02:15 PM

    @Nan_A wrote:

    Hi I have the same issue.... Did you already fix it?


    There are multiple issues described in this thread, which issue are you experiencing?



  • 13.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Oct 16, 2018 02:19 PM

    User:
    User: password
    Password: *********
    (Aruba7205) >enable
    Password:******
    (Aruba7205) #configure t
    Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z

    (Aruba7205) (config) #mgmt-user admin root
    Password:********************************
    Re-Type password:********************************

    Error : Non-Compliant to Mgmt Password Policy
    Internal error occurred, Password validation failed


    (Aruba7205) (config) #

     

     

    I



  • 14.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Oct 16, 2018 02:27 PM

    What is the output from:

     

    show aaa password-policy mgmt

    Also, what version of AOS are you running? 



  • 15.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Oct 16, 2018 02:31 PM

    (Aruba7205) #show aaa password-policy mgmt
    You do not have permission to execute this show command show aaa password-policy mgmt

    (Aruba7205) #

     

    It's running 6.5.4.6 FIPS

     

    Thanks



  • 16.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Oct 16, 2018 03:24 PM

    @Nan_A wrote:

    (Aruba7205) #show aaa password-policy mgmt
    You do not have permission to execute this show command show aaa password-policy mgmt

    (Aruba7205) #

     

    It's running 6.5.4.6 FIPS


    Ah, running in FIPS mode disables the password recovery option. Please contact Aruba TAC for assistance on options.



  • 17.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Dec 06, 2018 05:44 AM

    Hello all. My ex ployee did setup the aruba AP 103 RW but he forgot the password now. 

    Is there a way please to reset that password, without a console cable? Thanks. 



  • 18.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Dec 06, 2018 05:54 AM

    You cannot recover or reset the password on an IAP.  You have to use the factory reset button (yes, it will wipe the config)



  • 19.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Sep 15, 2019 05:58 AM
      |   view attached

    I have same situation.

    I issued write erase on Aruba7005.

    After boot up, default password admin/admin doesn't log in. (why?)

     

    I tried to reset password, but it can't saying "This controller is managed by a Mobility Master." 

    I set up as "mini-setup". but I don't set up any master and other password.

    I will attach console log. Can you check how I can log in 7005?

     

    User: password
    Password:forgetme!
    (Aruba7005) #enable
    ^
    Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
    (Aruba7005) #configure terminal
    This controller is managed by a Mobility Master.
    (Aruba7005) #configure terminal
    This controller is managed by a Mobility Master.
    Configuration changes can only be performed on the Mobility Master.
    (Aruba7005) #

    Attachment(s)

    txt
    arubaconsole.txt   15K 1 version


  • 20.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Sep 15, 2019 06:41 AM

    You should use the full setup where you can set the admin username and password.



  • 21.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Sep 15, 2019 10:43 AM

    EDIT:  If you use the mini-setup to connect to an existing MM, there is an admin username and password defined somewhere in the structure.  That should work for MDs that you have added using the mini setup.



  • 22.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Sep 16, 2019 04:47 AM

    I am attaching console log. Can you tell me where is admin and password defined by the system?

    How do I go back to set up full-setup. I just want to log in the controller. 



  • 23.  RE: What is the Default admin password for Aruba7010 ?

    Posted Sep 25, 2019 06:10 AM

    I solved the issue from below site. 

     

    https://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Controller-Based-WLANs/Configuration-changes-in-Managed-Device/ta-p/393395

     

    I will share procedures for anyone who have same issue.

    During password recovery, those two are important. 

    1) #local-config enable

    2) Don't forget write terminal before exit. Some password recovery sample doesn't write terminal so that it cuases failure. 

     

    User: password
    Password:forgetme!
    (Aruba7005) #configure terminal
    This controller is managed by a Mobility Master.
    Configuration changes can only be performed on the Mobility Master.
    (Aruba7005) #local-config enable
    Warning: 'local-configure enable' should only be used for debugging. This will disableAuto-Rollback feature. Please use the command 'local-configure disable' after you are done.
    Configuration Mode Is Enabled.
     
    (Aruba7005) ^#configure terminal
    Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z
     
    (Aruba7005) ^(config) #mgmt-user admin root
    Password:********
    Re-Type Password:********
    (Aruba7005) ^(config) #write memory
     
    Saving Configuration...
     
    Configuration Saved.
    (Aruba7005) (config) #exit
    (Aruba7005) #exit
     
    User: admin
    Password: