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Old 08-30-2013, 01:44 AM
rguill rguill is offline
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Default Problem with telnet connexion


Since yesterday I have this message: "sorry, session limit reached"

I have a stack of Switch 4548GT-PW version Is there a command to delete connections "ghosts" or should reboot the switch?

thank you for your answers.
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Old 09-12-2013, 07:18 AM
knemallapudi knemallapudi is offline
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Default Telnet session limit reached

Unfortunately, there is no option to kill the telnet sessions from the ERS 4500 switch, it is
recommended to perform a reset/reboot of the stack.
Also try to set the 'telnet-access inactive-timeout' to a value more than 0 (probably 15 minutes). It will help the unnecessary/inactive telnet sessions to get closed after that timeout period.
If you're seeing this issue recurring frequently, you could try upgrading the stack to 5.6.3 and see if that resolves your problem permanently.
Hope this helps!
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