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Default CTPOS and CTPView Accounts and Passwords

 

This topic lists the default accounts and passwords for the CTP Series platforms and the CTPView server.

Table 1 lists the default accounts and passwords to access the CTPView server.

Table 1: CTPView Server Default Accounts and Passwords

ApplicationAccountDefault UsernameDefault Password

Server (CLI)

BIOS menu

Not applicable

CTPView-2-2

Server (CLI)

GRUB boot loader

Not applicable

CTPView-2-2

Server (CLI)

user account

juniper_sa (lowercase j)

CTPView-2-2

Server (CLI)

root account

root

CTPView-2-2

CTPView (browser)

Global_Admin account

Juniper (uppercase J)

CTPView-2-2

MySQL (CLI)

root account

root

CTPView-2-2

MySQL (CLI)

Apache account

ctpview_mysql

CTPView-2-2

Note

Upgrading from a CTPView software version lower than 2.2 to the current software does not change the existing server passwords or accounts except to add the juniper user account. However, all the user accounts that existed in the lower version of the CTPView software are removed. In the higher versions, browser access to the CTPView server is through a login interface, which requires that an administrator create new usernames and passwords.

Table 2 lists the default accounts and passwords to access CTPOS on the CTP Series platforms.

Table 2: CTPOS Default Account and Password

ApplicationAccountDefault UsernameDefault Password

CTP platform

CLI menu

ctp

ctp

CTP platform

System administrator—Member of the system administrator class. Certain tasks require a user in this class when the CTPOS security level is set to high.

ctp_sa

ctp_sa

CTP platform

System auditor—Enables the user to view logs for the platform when the CTPOS security level is set to high.

ctp_aud

ctp_aud