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Ray H. Gay
Advisor

GSP Hung

I changed the IP address on my GSP and did not restart it. Now I can't get to my console! Anyone have a hint? Thanks.
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: GSP Hung

You should be able to go to the console(serial, web whatever) and hit ctrl-b to connect to it.

This should allow you to run the lc command again and properly configure the IP address of the GSP

SEP
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Gerhard Roets
Esteemed Contributor

Re: GSP Hung

Hi Ray

Well the old IP should be active. Then you can do an "XD" the "R" on it. If you have changed IP blocks you might need to change your workstations IP to one in the old block.

SEP's idea off course is great, with the least amount of effort if you have physical access to the server.

Now if the server is very far away from you and a lot of routers inbetween ... you can try to use a logical lan temporary on the unix side. That is a lil different story though.

Regards
Gerhard
Ray H. Gay
Advisor

Re: GSP Hung

Thanks all. I noticed my buddy entered the last octet of the address as .029 and when I changed it to .29, it behaved much better.

Ray
Ray H. Gay
Advisor

Re: GSP Hung

See last reply.