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fcoppotelli
Beginner

cannot kill vty sessions

 

Hi ,

yesterday I've added my core switch (WS-C4507R+E) to our Cisco Prime infrastructure server to perform some tests. This morning  I've noticed that  many vty sessions have been opened by the Prime server and I was trying to close them but I'm not able to close them.

 

SW-CORE-1#who


    Line       User       Host(s)              Idle       Location
*  1 vty 0     user1 idle                 00:00:00 10.159.240.24
   2 vty 1     user1 idle                 18:22:52 10.162.2.13
   3 vty 2     user1 idle                 18:20:51 10.162.2.13
   4 vty 3     user1 idle                 18:18:50 10.162.2.13
   5 vty 4     user1 idle                 18:16:49 10.162.2.13
   6 vty 5     user1 idle                 18:14:03 10.162.2.13
   7 vty 6     user1 idle                 18:12:03 10.162.2.13
   8 vty 7     user1 idle                 17:56:33 10.162.2.13
   9 vty 8     user1 idle                 18:08:15 10.162.2.13
  10 vty 9     user1 idle                 17:54:32 10.162.2.13
  11 vty 10    user1 idle                 17:52:31 10.162.2.13
  12 vty 11    user1 idle                 17:50:31 10.162.2.13
  13 vty 12    user1 idle                 17:47:45 10.162.2.13
  14 vty 13    user1 idle                 17:45:44 10.162.2.13


  Interface    User               Mode         Idle     Peer Address

SWPIL138P4#clear line vty 1
[confirm]
 [OK]

SW-CORE-1#who
    Line       User       Host(s)              Idle       Location
*  1 vty 0     user1 idle                 00:00:00 10.159.240.24
   2 vty 1     user1 idle                 18:24:07 10.162.2.13
   3 vty 2     user1 idle                 18:22:06 10.162.2.13
   4 vty 3     user1 idle                 18:20:05 10.162.2.13
   5 vty 4     user1 idle                 18:18:04 10.162.2.13
   6 vty 5     user1 idle                 18:15:19 10.162.2.13
   7 vty 6     user1 idle                 18:13:18 10.162.2.13
   8 vty 7     user1 idle                 17:57:48 10.162.2.13
   9 vty 8     user1 idle                 18:09:31 10.162.2.13
  10 vty 9     user1 idle                 17:55:47 10.162.2.13
  11 vty 10    user1 idle                 17:53:47 10.162.2.13
  12 vty 11    user1 idle                 17:51:46 10.162.2.13
  13 vty 12    user1 idle                 17:49:00 10.162.2.13
  14 vty 13    user1 idle                 17:46:59 10.162.2.13

 

  Interface    User               Mode         Idle     Peer Address

I cleared the respective TCP Session using the command : clear tcp tcb XXXXXX but I can't kill the vty session.

I've also removed the switch form the Cisco Prime device inventory.

The switch is a Catalyst C4507R+E with the following  IOS-XE  cat4500e-universalk9.SPA.03.05.01.E.152-1.E1.bin

Do you have any ideas? A bug software?

 

thanks

 

F.Coppotelli

 

 

3 REPLIES 3
Sanjay Shaw
Beginner

Hi ,

Issue this command,

show line

Clear line 1

Clear line 2

Please let me know if this work

 

 

BR // Sanjay

Hi ,

is there any solution found for this issue.

i am facing the same issue due to cisco Prime that vty session is hung state and not able to clear it.

 

Normally using the clear line x command will terminate the vty session. Have you tried this?

HTH

Rick

HTH

Rick