[c-nsp] How to access cisco remotely when cpu 100%

Wojtek Zlobicki wojtek.zlobicki at gmail.com
Sat Oct 2 11:20:04 EDT 2004

There is a reason why out of band management is so popular.  At 100%
even console may be unresponsive at times.   Counting on being able to
talk to the router over a busy WAN link is not a good idea.  Set up
out of band management, this way you should always be able to talk to
your router.

On Sat, 2 Oct 2004 06:49:23 -0700, Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> wrote:
> > How can i access my cisco box remotely via telnet when CPU reached
> > 100% for that box.
> you won't need to.  the bad guys will already own it.
> randy
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