SSH/Telnet Login Credentials Mismatch

The mismatch of SSH/Telnet login credentials can lead to the failure of CLI non-privilege login. To resolve the ip addresses in this situation, complete the following steps.

1.Log in to the Domain Management page.

2.In the Domain Management page, click Fine Tune on the Start Page or select Operations > Fine Tune from the quick access toolbar.

3.On the Fine Tune tab, click CLI Non-privilege Login Failed under SNMP-Only Devices in the left pane. All IP addresses with mismatched SSH/Telnet login credentials are displayed.

4.Select the entries in the list by pressing the Ctrl or Shift key, right-click them and select Discover Selected Device(s).

5.On the Discover tab, click Network Settings to add the matched Telnet/SSH login credentials.

1)Click Telnet/SSH Login > Add to add the matched Telnet/SSH login credentials and click OK. Repeat the operations to add all the needed credentials.

2)By default, the newly added credentials are selected. Clear the check boxes of proxies and credentials that are not used in this discovery.

3)Close the Network Settings dialog box.

6.Select an access mode, check Scan IP Range radio button, and click Start Discovery to rediscover the IP addresses.

After the IP addresses are discovered successfully, they will be moved to the Fully CLI-Accessed Devices list.


See also:

Discovering Network Devices