Real quick, when booting the 6610 (in my case), press "b" when booting up. You will see the chance to do that, as it does tell you. Then, follow the below to reset the password. I also erased the startup-config so that I could start from scratch, so if you dont want to loose the config, dont do that step below.
ICX Boot Code Version 10.1.00 (grz10100)
Enter 'a' to stop at memory test
Enter 'b' to stop at boot monitor
***** Interrupted by entering 'b' *****
BOOT INFO: load monitor from boot flash, cksum = 71f1
BOOT INFO: verify flash files.............
OK! Skip password check when the system is up.
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Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Brocade ICX: How To Do A Password Reset And Erase Startup-Config
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will that erase a 10gb license?ReplyDelete
Nah, just the configDelete