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Username and Password

Username and Password

This page is dedicated to username and password information:

  1. Default Local Web User UI username/password
  2. Default SSH/Terminal username/password
  3. Changing passwords

Wanos Appliance

Username: tc

Password: ChangeM3

Wanos Appliance Login

 

Local Web User Interface

Username: wanos

Password: wanos

Web UI Login

 

Connecting to Amazon EC2 via SSH on GNU/Linux and PuTTY on Windows

PuTTY

Get the Public DNS (IPv4) information under Instances on Amazon EC2 and place the data on PuTTYs Host Name (or IP address) field. Click Open to establish a connection.

Username: tc

Password: ChangeM3

WanosAWS-PuTTY

 

SSH

Get the Public DNS (IPv4) information under Instances on Amazon EC2 and type the following on the terminal:

ssh tc@<value of Public DNS (IPv4)>

WanosAWS-terminal-ssh

Note: Add tc@ before the Public DNS (IPv4) information. Enter the password once prompted. The password is ChangeM3.

 

Change Password

Local Web User Interface

Change the password through the Local Web User Interface. Navigate to Configure > Reset > Change SSH & Web Password.

Change Password

 

Wanos Central Manager

Change the password through the Wanos Central Manager User Interface. Click the User menu > Change Password.

wcm-user-reset-1

wcm-user-changepassword

 

Notes:

  1. Username(s) and Password(s) are case sensitive.
  2. Changing the password via Local Web User Interface updates the password for both the Local Web User Interface and SSH.
  3. There is a 12-character limit when setting a new password in Local Web User Interface.

If the administrator prefers to separate the password between Local Web UI and SSH, then perform the following command in SSH / Terminal after setting a new password on the Local Web UI:

passwd

(press enter, then re-type the new password to confirm)




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