WLSE 1030 not responding after some time

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Oct 4th, 2008
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Hi,

I have a wlse 1030 with 2.13.i have done all the configurations.after sometime itstopped responding to console access,ping etc.so,then i restarted after restarting again it working fine for some time.and then again the same problem is coming.what could be the problem.And while restarting it crashed two times then i recovered with the cd.


and it is not detectinf keyboard,mouse.some times it is detecting.


pls help me i am unable to resolve this from a long time.


regards,

subash

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amritpatek Thu, 10/09/2008 - 13:46
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Below are the possible reson for that telnet issue

Telnet is disabled or configured incorrectly.

The WLSE cannot recognize host names.

If you are not using name recognition, slow or non-existent telnet interaction is an expected problem.

Make sure that Telnet is disabled by default. SSH is enabled by default.


Recommended Action

If the problem is not the network, perform the following steps. Connect to the console port if you cannot Telnet to the WLSE.

1. Check the Telnet settings to be sure Telnet is enabled and configured correctly. For more information, see the following

To check the Telnet settings, or to enable or disable Telnet on specific domains or IP addresses, use thetelnetenable CLI command. For more information on this command, see the User Guide for the CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine, Release 2.13. You can access a PDF version of this guide by clicking View PDF in the WLSE's online help

To enable or disable Telnet on individual ports, use the firewall CLI command. For more information on this command, see the User Guide for the CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine, Release 2.13. You can access a PDF version of this guide by clicking View PDF in the WLSE's online help

2. If you have specified hosts using the telnetenable CLI command, make sure the host from which you are attempting to Telnet is on the list.

3. If you are using a DNS server, perform the following step:

Configure the system to use a functioning DNS server by entering:

# ip name-server ip-address

where ip-address is the IP address of the DNS server.

If you are using the import CLI command, proceed to the next step.

4. Verify that the system can get DNS services from the network by entering the following command:

# nslookup dns-name {hostname | ip-address}

where dns-name is the DNS name of a host on the network that is registered in DNS and hostname andip-address is the same IP address specified in 2. The command returns the IP address of the host.

5. If the system cannot resolve DNS names to IP addresses, the DNS server it is using is not working properly.

Resolve the network DNS problem, then continue.

6. If you are using the import CLI command to resolve host names, verify that the WLSE can resolve host names by entering the following command:

ping hostname



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