[c-nsp] Remote shutdown of a vip2/50

Cameron.Dry at didata.com.au Cameron.Dry at didata.com.au
Mon Oct 4 21:34:09 EDT 2004

Prolly a bit late, but try this:

test rsp slot mask <slot>
test rsp stall

This will logically remove the VIP from the router. You can then
physically replace or remove the VIP. Once this is done, use:

test rsp slot unmask <slot>
test rsp stall

to reactivate the VIP. 

This also allows you to logically do an OIR without
having to be onsite.  



-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:cisco-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of steve at enta.net
Sent: Sunday, 3 October 2004 1:52 AM
To: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: [c-nsp] Remote shutdown of a vip2/50


I have a 7513 in a remote location that has a vip crashing every 20-30 
mins and causing other circuits on the router to drop packets - OIR is 
causing 100% cpu.

I wont be ably to access the router physicaly until Tuesday (argh) only
customer on the vip is also connected via a backup link so what I 
would like to do is shut the vip down so it stops rebooting.

Google has come up blank, is this even possible?


Steve Lalonde RTFM
Chief Technical Officer
Entanet International Ltd
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