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Aviad Twina
Advisor

GSP lan question

Hello gurus,
I cannot connect to the GSP in my L2000 (HPUX 11.00) server.
I used the lc command to view and modify the network parameters. However, once I changed the gateway address I cannot connect to the GSP anymore.
I'm sure all the network parametes i've entered are well configured.
My question is how to connect the GSP.. ?
Many thanks,
Aviad
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Hari Kumar
Trusted Contributor

Re: GSP lan question

Ofcourse u would have tried all these and u may know, but these too not working ???

Does your CTRL+B from Console working ?
#telnet
through Browser (not SWC but simple LAN console) like -- http://
checklist--
1.Have u done ' EL ' -enable/disable LAN access
2. the ' SO ' option in GSP for Security Options settings
3.Are you trying from the same network, subnet and communication passing through same Gateway(Networking part)
4. the XD option from GSP prompt
GSP> xd
XD
Non destructive tests :
1. Parameters checksum
2. I2C access (get Power Monitor status)
3. LAN access (PING)
4. Modem selftests
Type R to reset the GSP or Q to quit the diagnostic menu.
-> Choice: 3
Asks for IP address
Have you checked the IP address for which you are trying to access ???

Thanks,
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Michael Steele_2
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP lan question

GSP lan is a 10BASET connection. Check your switch speed and duplex for 10 FD or 10 HD.

Look at the back of the server where you connected the LAN cable. Note where it says LAN CONSOLE. Does 10 Base T also appear?
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Aviad Twina
Advisor

Re: GSP lan question

The port configured with 10 half duplex.
Do you know how to reset the GSP?

Thanks,
Aviad
Michael Steele_2
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP lan question

I don't beleave you can so you reset the switch port, not the GSP port.
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Hari Kumar
Trusted Contributor

Re: GSP lan question

Make configuration at switch for your port like duplex full , 100 e.t.c it 'may' doesnt require RESET of your port as the switch may be provided with.
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Jeff Schussele
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP lan question

Hi Aviad,

What did you change the IP of the gateway to?
It needs to be the IP of the GSP lan port itself - not a router.

HTH,
Jeff

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Stefan Stechemesser
Honored Contributor

Re: GSP lan question

Hi,

how to reset a GSP in a L2000 ?
a) Online Procedures:
1.) at Console: CTRL-B, login (enter two times should work at local console), enter "xd" and press r
2.) if login is not possible anymore, login as root to the system and enter:
stty +resetGSP 3.) if this does not work, there is a reset button, on the SIDE of the GSP PCI card, but to access it, you have to access the PCI card IN the computer. Although it is possible (and supported) to do this online, you should check if the cables are long enough to slide out the server from the rack. refer to:

http://docs.hp.com/cgi-bin/onlinedocs.py?mpn=A5191-96018&service=hpux&path=00/00/45&title=rp5400%20User%20Guide

b)Offline only:
4.) If nothing helps, shut down the server and disconnect all power cables for at least 15 seconds