06-10-2016 08:56 AM
One of my edge brocade switch was locked out, and cannot use webtools or ssh or telnet.
Can I re-enable that using BNA.
Just want to avoid a big drive 100 miles away to our alternate data center.
Can you please help
06-10-2016 09:24 AM
--->>>...was locked out...
established a simple connection via Telnet
login with root Credential ( no Admin )
and kill all open login sessions
06-10-2016 09:44 AM
-->>You mean telnet by physically putting a cable....
-->>....or using BNA???
with a simple Term Application like Putty open a connection via Telnet or SSH via Network
06-10-2016 10:21 AM
Ok, I forgot to mention that, I tried, ssh, telnet, rlogin, everthing I could
When I try to do using putty the session after sometime simply goes away (no login prompt or any other port)
But, I can see the switch through BNA. Is there any way to do through BNA please.
06-10-2016 10:39 AM
->Is there any way to do through BNA please.
is unknown to me.
can you ping the Switch Management IP Port ?
can you try to scan the MGMT Interface with netwok IP scanner to see if the Port answer (22 or 23)
try again with Putty, and make sure you PC / Notebook is not behind by Firewall.
Alternative if Putty is not work, try with Tera Term
06-10-2016 10:42 AM
keep in mind is a High RISK, and the switch lost in BNA for short time.
Ask you Network admin, to disable just the Switch Port ( Ethernet Switch ) where the switch in connect, and the set to enable again.
is probable the port hang.
06-10-2016 10:55 AM
IP is pinging without any issues.
Network IP scanner 22 and 23 connections refused.
My collegue told me he tried to disable Port 23 rule 2 to refuse telnet.
Is there any other way?
06-10-2016 11:06 AM
sound not good.
however I believe you understand me wrong.
-->>My collegue told me he tried to disable Port 23 rule 2 to refuse telnet.
with Port Disable, I meaning to disable the Phisical Ethernet Switch port, where the Brocade management Port is connected.
I.e. assuming you have a Ethernet Switch with 48 ETH Port, and the Brocade Switch in question is connected to Port 15.
now set this port "15" on disable, wait a couple of minutes and set enable back.
login via Telnet to another SAN Switch in the same IP Subnet, and try to established a telnet connection to not working switch.
06-10-2016 12:56 PM
Thanks for your inputs.
We decided to drive 100 miles this weekend to correct this.
Telenet from the core switch or any edge switch also seems to be not connecting to the particular switch.
Network port disabling cannot be thought of.. because require a emergency change approval may take long time
Thanks again for all your inputs.