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3725 Router can't be accessed

Hi,

A router becomes in accessible thru the console port and telnet but contnues to function totally normally. On being power-cycled the console and telnet access methods start to function again. Will appreciate if someone who has known/seen this before, can offer any guidance specially wrt being aware of the reason, any bugs and prevention in the future.

Thanks

-Tennisman.

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VIP Purple

Re: 3725 Router can't be accessed

Hello,

can you tell if the router CPU is running at a high percentage when this occurs ? Try and configure the command 'scheduler allocate' or 'scheduler interval', which will reserve CPU time for system processes:

scheduler allocate 2000 500

scheduler interval 750

Regards,

GP

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VIP Purple

Re: 3725 Router can't be accessed

Hello,

can you tell if the router CPU is running at a high percentage when this occurs ? Try and configure the command 'scheduler allocate' or 'scheduler interval', which will reserve CPU time for system processes:

scheduler allocate 2000 500

scheduler interval 750

Regards,

GP

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Re: 3725 Router can't be accessed

Thanks a lot....

Purple

Re: 3725 Router can't be accessed

Verify that you have exec-timeout configured on both the console and telnet lines so that any session that is inactive will logoff after a set period of time as defined in the exec-timeout command.

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