aaron at wholesaleinternet
May 30, 2012, 4:14 PM
Post #5 of 5
It's exactly what happens when it reaches it's maximum sessions. When
Re: telnet issue on multiple Foundry switches
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this happens though we can close all telnet sessions and the system will
still not respond. Consoling into the switch and doing a show telnet will
show no active sessions.
> How many active telnet sessions do you have? Are the previous
> sessions closing completely? This behavior sounds like what happens
> when it reaches its maximum number of telnet sessions.
> On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 7:31 PM, <aaron [at] wholesaleinternet> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I'm having a strange issue when I try to telnet into a few of my foundry
>> switches. The switches will refuse the connections.
>> I originally had this issue with two 4802s. I thought the problem was
>> to bad switchs but then the issue popped up on an MG8 and an RX4.
>> If I stop and restart the telnet service from the console they will
>> telnet connections for about 5 minutes, then start refusing them again.
>> show telnet shows no active sessions and the CPUs are not overloaded.
>> are clear.
>> Has anyone experienced this before and knows a solution? Is this a
>> issue I need to look out for? Any advise is appreciated.
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