Consoling & SSHing memory problem on 3750G

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Oct 12th, 2007

Hi,

I have a switch in production. Its a 48 port 3750G PoE. I need to access it and modify the config.

When I am consoling in, I get the error "INSUFFICIENT MEMORY, TRY AGAIN LATER"

When I am SSHing, it says "OPERATION TIMED OUT"

When using DFM, it gives me alert "INSUFFICIENTFREEMEMORY"

The switch is working fine otherwise. I don't want to reboot it.

Telnet is disabled on the switch.

Is there a way to fix this and prevent this from happenening in future.

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards

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darrenj Fri, 10/12/2007 - 10:29

This is something that I've not seen or heard of before. What happens to pings to the switch - do they time out or are they slow?

There is only one time I've struggled with a console session to a router and it is when there was a big broadcast storm. Even then, I could get to the console, only the output was slow.

Unfortunately, you may need to reboot the switch but I would do so with a console connected to it to see what it tells you. Other than that, open a case with Cisco :-(

Sorry I can't help any more

Dazzler

mzsaad123 Mon, 10/15/2007 - 06:45

Pings are fine. They aren't slow.

All switch functionalities are fine (including L3 fucntionality). The only problem is accessing through console or SSH (telnet is already blokced)

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