Need help logging in to your SPA112? See here.
Changing the Administrator Username and Password
For security purposes, it is always advised to change the Administrator password to a "strong" password and not to use the defaults. This rule really applies to anything and everything on your local network (and everywhere else you login to for that matter).
- Navigate to the Administration menu and select the left-panel menu option: User List.
- In the User List window, click on the Admin Edit icon.
Once the new Administrator credentials have been changed and submitted, you will immediately be logged-out and re-logged-in automatically.
The next time you login, you will be required to use these newly set Administrator credentials.
Addition: While on the topic of Administrator Passwords, this may be a good time to mention that it is also possible to password protect access to the SPA122 IVR system. For more information about password protecting the IVR on a Cisco SPA112 click here.
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