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cannot kill vty sessions

 

Hi ,

yesterday I've added my core switch (WS-C4507R+E) to our Cisco Prime infrastructure server to perform some tests. This morning  I've noticed that  many vty sessions have been opened by the Prime server and I was trying to close them but I'm not able to close them.

 

SW-CORE-1#who


    Line       User       Host(s)              Idle       Location
*  1 vty 0     user1 idle                 00:00:00 10.159.240.24
   2 vty 1     user1 idle                 18:22:52 10.162.2.13
   3 vty 2     user1 idle                 18:20:51 10.162.2.13
   4 vty 3     user1 idle                 18:18:50 10.162.2.13
   5 vty 4     user1 idle                 18:16:49 10.162.2.13
   6 vty 5     user1 idle                 18:14:03 10.162.2.13
   7 vty 6     user1 idle                 18:12:03 10.162.2.13
   8 vty 7     user1 idle                 17:56:33 10.162.2.13
   9 vty 8     user1 idle                 18:08:15 10.162.2.13
  10 vty 9     user1 idle                 17:54:32 10.162.2.13
  11 vty 10    user1 idle                 17:52:31 10.162.2.13
  12 vty 11    user1 idle                 17:50:31 10.162.2.13
  13 vty 12    user1 idle                 17:47:45 10.162.2.13
  14 vty 13    user1 idle                 17:45:44 10.162.2.13


  Interface    User               Mode         Idle     Peer Address

SWPIL138P4#clear line vty 1
[confirm]
 [OK]

SW-CORE-1#who
    Line       User       Host(s)              Idle       Location
*  1 vty 0     user1 idle                 00:00:00 10.159.240.24
   2 vty 1     user1 idle                 18:24:07 10.162.2.13
   3 vty 2     user1 idle                 18:22:06 10.162.2.13
   4 vty 3     user1 idle                 18:20:05 10.162.2.13
   5 vty 4     user1 idle                 18:18:04 10.162.2.13
   6 vty 5     user1 idle                 18:15:19 10.162.2.13
   7 vty 6     user1 idle                 18:13:18 10.162.2.13
   8 vty 7     user1 idle                 17:57:48 10.162.2.13
   9 vty 8     user1 idle                 18:09:31 10.162.2.13
  10 vty 9     user1 idle                 17:55:47 10.162.2.13
  11 vty 10    user1 idle                 17:53:47 10.162.2.13
  12 vty 11    user1 idle                 17:51:46 10.162.2.13
  13 vty 12    user1 idle                 17:49:00 10.162.2.13
  14 vty 13    user1 idle                 17:46:59 10.162.2.13

 

  Interface    User               Mode         Idle     Peer Address

I cleared the respective TCP Session using the command : clear tcp tcb XXXXXX but I can't kill the vty session.

I've also removed the switch form the Cisco Prime device inventory.

The switch is a Catalyst C4507R+E with the following  IOS-XE  cat4500e-universalk9.SPA.03.05.01.E.152-1.E1.bin

Do you have any ideas? A bug software?

 

thanks

 

F.Coppotelli

 

 

3 REPLIES
New Member

Hi ,Issue this command,show

Hi ,

Issue this command,

show line

Clear line 1

Clear line 2

Please let me know if this work

 

 

BR // Sanjay

New Member

Hi ,

Hi ,

is there any solution found for this issue.

i am facing the same issue due to cisco Prime that vty session is hung state and not able to clear it.

 

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Normally using the clear line

Normally using the clear line x command will terminate the vty session. Have you tried this?

HTH

Rick

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