10-18-2002 07:53 AM
Here is the GSP's "...user 1..." parameters.
GSP wide parameters are:
. Login Timeout: 1 minutes.
. Number of Password Faults allowed: 3
. Flow Control Timeout: 5 minutes.
Do you want to modify the GSP wide parameters? (Y/[N]) n
User number 1 parameters are:
. User's Name: #####
. User's Login: #####
. Organization's Name:
. Dial-back configuration: Disabled
. Access Level: Administrator
. Mode: Multiple
. User's state: Enabled
After Running : stty +resetGSP < /dev/GSPdiag1.
"...user 1's..." login nor password are reset.
Also after running : stty +resetGSP < /dev/GSPdiag1
I receive " ...Connection closed by foreign host...." then lose my telnet connection and end up back where I started.
This is similar to the response I get with the "...DI..." command. (* DIsconnect remote or LAN console *) But I'm not executing "...DI..." from the GSP.
10-23-2002 05:38 AM
The reset GSP command is useful if you are logged into your system via a network interface (core i/o lan or pci lan) that is NOT the GSP lan. If at that point you required console access (for example to watch the system boot, stop at bch, etc.) and could not access the GSP lan because it was hung, you could issue the reset GSP command and re-enable your console.
10-23-2002 06:01 AM
stty +resetGSP < /dev/GSPdiag1
...is specific to external web console device only and to use reset button for A500 instead.
10-23-2002 10:17 PM
Just a GSP reset does NOT reset login and passwords to default. For this, you have to watch the LOCAL Console upon GSP reset. There, you should have briefly a line quoting something like 'Press R to Reset GSP to default values'. When you hit during these few seconds the 'r', your GSP Passwords should be reset, too. But again, this only works on the LOCAL Console, not with the LAN console!