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

Jared Mauch jared at puck.nether.net
Mon Oct 4 21:44:27 EDT 2004

On Tue, Oct 05, 2004 at 09:34:09AM +0800, Cameron.Dry at didata.com.au wrote:
> 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.  

	I've done this several times.. works nicely if a card is bad
and misbehaving, and/or you need to reset/beat it into submission for
some strange bugs/corner cases...

	- jared

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