I'm searching for some suggestions with recovering a Cisco Content server that fell off the LAN after a restart. I received a Server error when the Content server reached 5% of its its internal storage capacity. After removing several videos the error message remained. After a restarting the appliance the the Content Server failed to connect to the LAN. Tha Ethernet port on the server reads a green/amber indication.
Any suggestions how to recover the server is appreciated. I'm currently searching CCO for troubleshooting steps.
I tried to connect with a console cable using Putty however the client failed to connect to the TCS interface. After I hit enter I don't receive feedback from TCS and no menu. My next attempt is using a keyboard and mouse to access TCS. Unfortunately after the TCS restart I lost network access where the server interface has a green/amber link status. I'm no longer able to access the appliance using the network.
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