This describes how to reset a serial port on the cyclades server in the lab

From Browser

  1. Select Ports->Serial Ports-><port number>

  2. Set status to "Disabled"
  3. Click "Save"
  4. Navigate back to the port
  5. Set the status to "Enabled"
  6. Press "Save" again

From CLI

  1. cd ports/serial_ports/<port number>

  2. set status=disabled
  3. save
  4. cd ports/serial_ports/<port number>

  5. set status=enabled
  6. save

So, taking a real world example, i took beaglexm04 offline to play with. It's on cyclades01[2] and then it went like this:

dpigott@control:~$ telnet 192.168.1.11
Trying 192.168.1.11...
Connected to 192.168.1.11.
Escape character is '^]'.
login: admin
Password: 
Welcome to ACS6000 <serial1>.
Type help for more information.
--:- / cli-> cd ports/serial_ports/15
--:#- [serial_ports/physical] cli-> show
port: 15
enable_cisco_rj45_pin-out = no
status = enabled
speed = 115200
parity = none
data_bits = 8
stop_bits = 1
flow_control = none
--:#- [serial_ports/physical] cli-> set status=disabled
--:#- [serial_ports/physical] cli-> show
port: 15
enable_cisco_rj45_pin-out = no
status = disabled
speed = 115200
parity = none
data_bits = 8
stop_bits = 1
flow_control = none
--:#- [serial_ports/physical] cli-> save
--:- / cli-> cd ports/serial_ports/15
--:#- [serial_ports/physical] cli-> set status=enabled 
--:#- [serial_ports/physical] cli-> show
port: 15
enable_cisco_rj45_pin-out = no
status = enabled
speed = 115200
parity = none
data_bits = 8
stop_bits = 1
flow_control = none
--:#- [serial_ports/physical] cli-> save
--:- / cli-> quit
Connection closed by foreign host.
dpigott@control:~$


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Platform/LAVA/DevOps/LAVACycladesPortReset (last modified 2012-09-05 19:17:43)