About Foundry Networks Routers:
Foundry Networks, Inc. was a networking hardware vendor selling high-end Ethernet switches and routers. The company was founded in 1996 by Bobby R. Johnson, Jr. and was headquartered in Santa Clara, California, USA. In its first year the company operated under the names Perennium Networks and StarRidge Networks, but by January 1997 the name Foundry Networks was adopted.
Foundry Networks designed, manufactured and sold high-end enterprise and service provider switches and routers, as well as wireless, security, and traffic management solutions. It was best known for its Layer 2 & 3 Ethernet switches. Foundry Networks was the first company to build and ship a gigabit Ethernet switch in 1997; to build a Layer 3 switch, also in 1997; to build the firstLayer 4-7 switch in 1998 and to include 10 gigabit Ethernet single connectors in its boxes (since 2001).
Foundry Networks’ product lines consisted of the BigIron, EdgeIron, FastIron, IronPoint, IronView, NetIron, SecureIron, and ServerIron.
According to a Dell’Oro report published in Q106, Foundry Networks ranked number 4 in a total market share of over US$3,659 million, and its ServerIron application switch ranks number 1 in the world for total port shipments.
Foundry Networks Router Default Passwords:
|Vendor – Model||Access Type||Username||Password|
|Foundry Networks – IronView Network Manager||HTTP||admin||admin|