[rancid] Problem with Rancid and Nexus 7000
chris at siliconhotrod.com
Wed Feb 9 19:26:38 UTC 2011
We are running rancid across our N7k's successfully. (2.3.2 - so not
even most recent)
The old "#" in the banner is a common mistake. Any "control characters"
such as '#' really shouldn't be used in banners. Breaks all sorts of stuff.
On 2/9/11 10:22 AM, Matt L wrote:
> Default login banner. Someone mentioned to me privately to change it
> to remove any #'s, and that actually did the trick. So everything
> looks good now.
> Thanks for the responses everyone!
> On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 1:25 PM, john heasley <heas at shrubbery.net
> <mailto:heas at shrubbery.net>> wrote:
> Wed, Feb 09, 2011 at 11:02:13AM -0500, Matt L:
> > So I have Rancid working fine with all my other gear, ASA
> 5510's, Catalyst
> > 3560's, etc. We recently installed a Nexus 7000 and I have been
> trying to
> > get it going with Rancid.
> > I created a new TACACS user for this purpose (due to the way
> logins work for
> > NX-OS), defined it in cloginrc with autoenable as '1'.
> > This is what happens if I just run clogin to the box with no
> extra flags:
> > [rancid at linuxhost ~]$ clogin nexus
> > nexus
> > spawn ssh -c 3des -x -l rancidnx nexus
> > #User Access Verification#
> where are the #'s coming from? from your tacacs, i suspect. that
> like a cli prompt to clogin.
> > Password:
> > It just sits there and does nothing at this point. I can enter
> the password
> > manually and it will login successfully.
> > If I remove the autoenable from cloginrc, it will successfully
> login, but
> > then hang there (I assume waiting for enable prompt which will never
> > appear).
> > Rancid version is 2.3.3 (I have tried with 2.3.6 clogin
> separately as well).
> > NX-OS version is 5.1(2).
> > Obviously until I can get past the initial login, I can't test
> with nxrancid
> > or any type of automation.
> > Any ideas? Am I missing something stupid?
> > Thanks,
> > Matt
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