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How to stop nagging error message on CLI screen of 9124?

Chella.Jaiyesh
Beginner
Beginner

Hi ,

As soon as I logged into 9124 CLI I found error ( may be warning)messages as below:

2011 Jul 22 08:02:27 <Switchname> %AUTHPRIV-2-SYSTEM_MSG: stdin not a tty

2011 Jul 22 08:02:37 <Switchname>%AUTHPRIV-2-SYSTEM_MSG: stdin not a tty

2011 Jul 22 08:02:47 <Switchname>%AUTHPRIV-2-SYSTEM_MSG: stdin not a tty

2011 Jul 22 08:02:57 <Switchname>%AUTHPRIV-2-SYSTEM_MSG: stdin not a tty

What is the cause behind this error message? Where and what to set right to avoid this?

or How to stop it or disable it ?Thanks.

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How often do you get these, or was it a one off?

If regular, it looks like you have some automated process somewhere connecting to the switch.  I'd tend to think it is something automated as it's every 10 seconds.

Find that 1st.

Steven

As you presumed, it is appearing once in 10 seconds, not even let it type a command on CLI.

Anyhow Couldt be it stopped...

Thanks.

kenk
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hello,

I did a TAC SR search and found that the messages your seeing are typically caused by external devices attempting to reach the MDS switch.

You may want to sniff the mgmt connection to determine if this applies in your situation, and if so, you'll then know the source IP address of the device so that you can take the appropriate action.

Regards,

Ken

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