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Taulant Shamo
Frequent Advisor

GSP connection setup

Hi

I have the GSP connection on IP 10.5.6.40
and I need some times to connect with it to recive some logs and I do i from console.
I want to be connected from my PC, not to go inside the exchange to take them.
(Telnet to GSP IP: telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection timed out)

Is any configuration needed?

Thank you
Taulant
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Tony Scully_2
Valued Contributor

Re: GSP connection setup

So long as the console port is on the network, and the network is configured correctly, then you should be able to connect to the GSP using telnet.

Your problem is likely to be on the network.

Check the default gateway on the GSP? Do you have a route to the GSP network from your PC?

Cheers,

Tony
You CAN do that on HP
Taulant Shamo
Frequent Advisor

Re: GSP connection setup

The GSP data


GSP>LC

IP Address 10.4.5.40
GSP Hostanem csn1c
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Gatway 10.5.7.10
Link State Auto Negotiate
Web Console Port nr: 23

Web console is not connected

We have terminals of server connected somewere, but I can't find were.

Thank you
Taulant
Tony Scully_2
Valued Contributor

Re: GSP connection setup

I'm not a network person, but with that IP address and netmask, is that gateway reachable?
You CAN do that on HP
Doug Burton
Respected Contributor

Re: GSP connection setup

Yep, sounds like your blocked someplace. Have you tried to telnet to the GSP from the server itself?
Thayanidhi
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP connection setup

Hi,

Your gateway IP has to be in the same subnet (10.4.5.x). Make sure the gateway and IP configuration of GSP as well your PC.

TT
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Tony Scully_2
Valued Contributor

Re: GSP connection setup

Can you clarify:

You say (in the initial post) that the GSP IP is 10.5.6.40.

The config (LC) is that IP address is 10.4.5.40, mask 255.255.255.0, g/way 10.5.7.10

First, ensure you are trying to connect to the correct address.

Second, the netmask is wrong for that IP address and gateway. If they are correct you need a mask like 255.254.0.0

HTH
Tony.
You CAN do that on HP
HGN
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP connection setup

Hi

Check the network setting on the GSP, make sure the speed settings is same on the switch also, try to ping the ip from someother server/pc on the same subnet.

Rgds

HGN
Bill Hassell
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP connection setup

If your GSP is 10.5.6.40 then your gateway (router) address is wrong. Ask your network administrator to help you with the IP address, gateway and subnet mask.


Bill Hassell, sysadmin
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Nguyen Anh Tien
Honored Contributor
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Re: GSP connection setup

Hi Taulant.
firstly. You should check your network condition.
at your PC:cmd>ping 10.5.6.40
If it reply. it mean your network connection is ok.
Secondly, you check you GSP parameter by

GSP>LC

IP Address 10.4.5.40
GSP Hostanem csn1c
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Gatway 10.5.7.10
Link State Auto Negotiate
Web Console Port nr: 2023 (DEFAULT IS 2023)
===YOUR CONFIURATION IS 23. 23 IS TELNET DEFAULT PORT.===== IT MEAN THIS PORT IS CONFLICT.
if that change this port by
GSP>LC
...
Current Web Console Port Number: 2023
Modifying Web Port number will cause all present Web
connections to be dropped.
Do you want to modify it? (Y/[N]) Y
...change to 2023.
-------
Thirdly, enable telnet port by
GSP>EL.
then reset GSP by
GSP> xd


XD

Non destructive tests :
1. Parameters checksum
2. I2C access (get Power Monitor status)
3. LAN access (PING)
4. Modem selftests
5. Secondary I2C access (get System status)

Type R to reset the GSP or [Q] to quit the diagnostic menu.

-> Choice: r
r

The GSP is now being reset...
HP Guardian Service Processor


THat all, HTH
tienna
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