ILGRADIO Password

ILGRADIO Password

Post by Ron Dayto » Fri, 13 Apr 2001 08:20:25

Hi All:

Does anyone understand the requirement to get a new password when ILGRADIO
goes to a new internet server? I have a random generated password that
includes three numbers followed by three letters followed by two numbers.
Based on the info at the website, I'm not sure if I need to get a new one or
not. Maybe someone else understands the requirement better than I do. Any
guidance would be appreciated.
Thanks,
               Ron

 
 
 

ILGRADIO Password

Post by David Marti » Fri, 13 Apr 2001 09:21:19


Hi Ron

I posed this question to Bernd, and his email response to me implied
that the web site message only refers to about 500 older passwords
that had not been upgraded, and that most other passwords were ok.

73
David
Atlanta



Quote:>Hi All:

>Does anyone understand the requirement to get a new password when ILGRADIO
>goes to a new internet server? I have a random generated password that
>includes three numbers followed by three letters followed by two numbers.
>Based on the info at the website, I'm not sure if I need to get a new one or
>not. Maybe someone else understands the requirement better than I do. Any
>guidance would be appreciated.
>Thanks,
>               Ron

 
 
 

ILGRADIO Password

Post by Randy Nowel » Fri, 13 Apr 2001 09:56:46

My question is: How do you know if you have one of the 500 passwords
that need to be upgraded?  Does anyone know the answer?  Regards, Randy.


> Hi Ron

> I posed this question to Bernd, and his email response to me implied
> that the web site message only refers to about 500 older passwords
> that had not been upgraded, and that most other passwords were ok.

> 73
> David
> Atlanta



> >Hi All:

> >Does anyone understand the requirement to get a new password when
ILGRADIO
> >goes to a new internet server? I have a random generated password
that
> >includes three numbers followed by three letters followed by two
numbers.
> >Based on the info at the website, I'm not sure if I need to get a new
one or
> >not. Maybe someone else understands the requirement better than I do.
Any
> >guidance would be appreciated.
> >Thanks,
> >               Ron

 
 
 

ILGRADIO Password

Post by David Marti » Fri, 13 Apr 2001 10:10:22



Quote:>My question is: How do you know if you have one of the 500 passwords
>that need to be upgraded?  Does anyone know the answer?  Regards, Randy.

I inferred from his message that the approx 13,500 randomly generated
passwords (for example, my password which is in the form of 3 numbers,
3 letters, 2 numbers) are ok, but the 500 older passwords based upon
the user's name would have to be upgraded. I have not had direct
confirmation of this, however.

73
David
Atlanta

 
 
 

ILGRADIO Password

Post by J Ro » Fri, 13 Apr 2001 12:44:13

My password is well over two years old and it still works. Did you try to use
your password????
 
 
 

ILGRADIO Password

Post by Ron Dayto » Fri, 13 Apr 2001 21:48:59

Thanks for the responses. I think I'll just wait and see if my old password
will work when the database gets updated.

Ron




> >My question is: How do you know if you have one of the 500 passwords
> >that need to be upgraded?  Does anyone know the answer?  Regards, Randy.

> I inferred from his message that the approx 13,500 randomly generated
> passwords (for example, my password which is in the form of 3 numbers,
> 3 letters, 2 numbers) are ok, but the 500 older passwords based upon
> the user's name would have to be upgraded. I have not had direct
> confirmation of this, however.

> 73
> David
> Atlanta