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SSH ACCESS PROBLEM USING TOPOLOGY SERVICES.

Hi,

In our environment we had disable the telnet. We are using the utility "potty.exe", to access our devices,

1) When I'm trying to connect using topology services, ie from the map, I'm unable to connect; I?m getting the following error.

- SSH client not found.

- SSH client configuration missing

- Configuration SSH client in Java Plugin Control Panel. For details on configuration SSH client see online help.

2) What is the procedure to get the history of CPU utilization of the router, for last 1 week.

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Silver

Re: SSH ACCESS PROBLEM USING TOPOLOGY SERVICES.

For your first question I have a few remarks (not sollution)

Not sure how to do this, hope someone here does.

You need to make plink, it is the commandline part of putty, you default telnet/ssh application. Right now that it probably windows telnet.

You may wish to browse the registry for this.

And check the putty help to make ssh the default protocol for plink.

Cheers,

Michel

New Member

Re: SSH ACCESS PROBLEM USING TOPOLOGY SERVICES.

Hi Michel,

Thanks a lot for your info, I already solved my 1st problem,

Is there any way I can trace out the history of CPU utilization of my router for last 1 week??

Thanks

Silver

Re: SSH ACCESS PROBLEM USING TOPOLOGY SERVICES.

Hi ,

maybe you can use a SNMP Tool like MRTG and the data from this document to collect and graph the CPU Utilization:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk362/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094a94.shtml

Maybe you are looking for a solution within the LMS?

Then you may have a look to the Mini-RMON feature!

Please let us know.

Best regards,

Frank

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