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  1. #1
    carlostico Guest

    Default Change Default Passwords

    I am getting this messages on the freepbx page:

    Default SQL Password Used
    You are using the default SQL password that is widely known, you should set
    a secure password
    Added 0 minutes ago
    (core.AMPDBPASS) Default Asterisk Manager Password Used

    You are using the default Asterisk Manager password that is widely known,
    you should set a secure password
    Added 0 minutes ago
    (core.AMPMGRPASS)

    So my question is :

    What is the best way to change those default passwords in the pika system

    Is it safe to change passwords just editing the manager.conf and the
    amportal.conf on the pika warp

    Should I use the CLI ?

    What is your suggestion I don't think its safe using the default passwords

    Thanks in advance.

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    Hi Carlos,

    To change the SQL password on Warp I think you can follow the instruction provided in this post below.
    http://forum.pikatechnologies.com/sh...ord-in-FreePBX

    As for changing the Asterisk manager password on Warp this can be done by changes to both the '/persistent/etc/amportal.conf' and '/persistent/etc/asterisk/manager.conf'.

  3. #3
    carlostico Guest

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    Thanks for your prompt answer Mark

    The file to modify on the last step, number 6 ,on the link you provide its not showing up

    "Modify AMPDBPASS in /var/www/html/admin/modules/framework/htdocs/admin/functions.inc.php"

    In that directory there is only two files one is install.php and the other is module.xml

    After doing all the instructions I am still getting

    Default SQL Password Used
    You are using the default SQL password that is widely known, you should set a secure password
    Added 5 seconds ago

    Let me know thanks...
    Last edited by carlostico; 01-05-11 at 12:03 PM.

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    I believe step #6 can be safely ignored as it is referencing an obsolete file.

    But you are right. I don't think the instruction provided in that forum link works.

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