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Anyone see this error on the WLSE?

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Jan 24th, 2006
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Yesterday I noticed I started getting the following error messag on the WLSE when trying to view an AP config from within the WLSE

"Login failed, wrong credentials provided or Telnet/SSH disabled on this device" I never received that message before. I also now lack the ability to push an image out to the AP and feel the problems are related. The only thing that was changed on the WLSE was a patch upgrade to fix a date problem when trying to run a report. I ran the patch upgrade a few weeks ago, fixed the problem I had, went on vacation, and came back and noticed this new problem.

Has anyone out there seen/experienced this problem?

Correct Answer by gibsthomas about 11 years 7 months ago

I saw that message today !.. You just have to goto the telnet/ssh page for client devices and probably reconfigure the username and password. that worked for me

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nhabib Tue, 01/24/2006 - 16:51
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It is possible that the telnet / ssh passwords were changed on the AP's but the credentials on the WLSE were not updated.


As a result, the WLSE can no longer telnet / ssh to the AP's

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gibsthomas Tue, 01/24/2006 - 18:26
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I saw that message today !.. You just have to goto the telnet/ssh page for client devices and probably reconfigure the username and password. that worked for me

dave.horn Wed, 01/25/2006 - 05:06
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I followed your advice and re-configured the telnet/SSH user/password page on the WLSE and everything started working. Thanks!

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