When you log in to the BootROM system for the first time, the device requires you to set a password for the BOOTROM menu. If you need to change the password, perform the following operations:
- Run system-view
The system view is displayed.
- Run set boot password slot slot-id
The BootROM menu password is set for the main control board based on the slot ID.
You can run the display device command to view slot information.
The BootROM menu refers to the Ctrl+B menu.
For the Ctrl+B menu:
- When the device starts, press Ctrl+B and use the set password to enter the Ctrl+B menu to change the password.
- When you log in to the Ctrl+B menu for the first time, you are required to set a password. If the password is not set, the Ctrl+B menu cannot be accessed.
- After the device is upgraded, the password of the Ctrl+B menu before the upgrade is still valid. You are advised to change the password after the upgrade.
- The password must be a string of eight or more characters that contain at least two of the following: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digits, and special characters.
- You can press Ctrl+R to restore the factory settings and clear the password configured by a user.