Generally speaking ftp requires a username and password. How are you handling that? Is the ftp server prompting for those and causing the applet to hang? You have such a huge max run that if that happens these will never timeout and thus the vty's will sit in use forever. Maybe 'ip ftp username' and 'ip ftp password' in the config can help?
The ftp username and password are already configured in the router. Before I use the script I tested the commands and the transfers were successful, but with the script the problem happens at the very begining that is the "enable" command:
In that case it sounds like there is a potential issue with either AAA authorization or the cli_lib parsing of the hostname when the enable mode changes the hostname. Do you have AAA command authorization enabled? If so you may need to follow the advice outlined here:
Can you expand on how the sessions backup? I'm trying to run autocommand as well as an EEM session. Both are pretty small. If I remove the autocommand, my EEM works fine, but if I try to run them both, I run out of vty lines??? How do I minimize what vty lines are being used by each? and how do I clear the vty lines?
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