me_gogorza at hotmail
Jul 18, 2012, 4:52 PM
Post #2 of 2
Have you tried setting autoenable to 1 in .cloginrc ?I would try it first, and if it doesn't work, I would run in debug mode to see what happens.
> Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2012 10:23:15 -0500
> From: brconflict [at] gmail
> To: rancid-discuss [at] shrubbery
> Subject: [rancid] Dell 3548P Switches with Rancid
> Got a strange issue, that I'm sure others have come across:
> With a Dell 3548P switch, code rev: 22.214.171.124, "stacked", Rancid (v.
> 2.3.2) is having an issue backing them up. The error is that the
> switches have not been successfully contacted in x hours.
> What I found in debugging and test (Switch IP is 10.2.2.1, btw):
> dlogin -t 90 -c"show version" 10.2.2.1 attempts to connect to the
> switch, logs in successfully, but doesn't do anything beyond that. I
> looked at a tcpdump from the server RANCID runs on and found that,
> (using telnet for non-encrypted viewing), the switch responds to the
> successful login with its prompt, "switch#". The server does nothing
> beyond that, and soon Errors on a "TIMEOUT reached". I'm concerned
> that the script doesn't actually "see" the correct prompt, or that
> there's something of a hack that needs to be implemented beyond the
> latest Dell modules from ftp.shrubbery.net/pub/rancid/contrib.
> Any ideas? I'm about to test this with a single 3548P, not stacked,
> then on an older version of code. The 6248 switches operate fine here,
> even stacked.
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