0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 24, 2012 8:23 PM by answerme

    Did not receive expected response to command: Nortel.Switch.Passport (Passport 15k frames)

    answerme

      Thwack,

       

              I'm trying to use CatTools on Nortel Passport 15k frames. I see two issues.

      1) the output is coming immediately, even before CatTools can get its first rgMult(1) [assuming rgMult(1)-->WFMDRetVal=1 in debug]. Is there any possible workaround for this? Can CatTools format the text its holding in buffer, and just output that to a file rather than reporting nothing? In the debug capture below, you can see the 2nd time WFMDBuffer still contains the correct output of the command "d fs". All i need is for it to output that to a report, rather than warning out to "Did not receive expected response to command: d fs" in the Info Log, and thus not producing a report.

      2) There is no real hostname in front of the command prompt for these boxes. It simply goes to the next task number. Such as 2>, 3>, 4>, 5>, 6> ... I tried even deleting the hostname function from a custom device with a custom script, but I was unable to get CatTools to auto-learn to read for the next number. It always goes back to "waiting response for" "1>" or ">", based on changes I've been able to make.

      Any help would be appreciated, Thank you!

       

      DEBUG CAPTURE:

      <NEWSESSION CatTools 3.6.0 1/24/2012 3:49:11 PM>
      <PROTOCOL=Telnet>
      <DEVICE TYPE=Nortel.Switch.Passport>
      <ACTIVITY TYPE=Device.CLI.Send commands>
      <ACTIVITY SCRIPT=C:\Program Files\CatTools3\Scripts\Client.Device.CLI.Send commands.txt>
      <USERS NAME FOR DEVICE=CSVS.PASSPORT15k>
      <C OK 3:49:11 PM><R-3:49:11 PM>[13][10][13][10]WARNING! This computer system BANNER.[13][10][13][10][13]Enter login:    <W-3:49:11 PM>xxxxx[13]<R-3:49:11 PM>o<R-3:49:11 PM>per1[13][10]Enter password: <W-3:49:11 PM>xxxx[13]<R-3:49:11 PM>[13]<R-3:49:11 PM>[10][10][13]Userid xxxx logged in as EM/Bxxxx Nmis Telnet Session/1 at 15:49:11[10][13][10][13]1> <W-3:49:11 PM>[13]<R-3:49:11 PM>[13]<R-3:49:12 PM>[10][10][13]1> <W-3:49:12 PM>config cli more false<R-3:49:12 PM>c<R-3:49:12 PM>onfig cli more false<W-3:49:12 PM>[13]<R-3:49:12 PM>[13]<R-3:49:12 PM>[10]EM/Bxxxx[10][13]Invalid syntax: {verb} incompatible with <component>.[10][13]         Input: {config} <>cli more false[10][13]command failed 2012-01-24 15:49:12.37[10][13][10][13]2>
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      WFMDRetVal=1 Waiting for: "1>"
      WFMDRetVal=2 Waiting for: "1#"
      WFMDBuffer="[13][10]em/[10][13]invalid syntax: {verb} incompatible with <component>.[10][13]         input: {config} <>cli more false[10][13]command failed 2012-01-24 15:49:12.37[10][13][10][13]2> "
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      <W-3:49:42 PM>d fs<R-3:49:42 PM>d<R-3:49:42 PM> fs<W-3:49:42 PM>[13]<R-3:49:42 PM>[13]<R-3:49:42 PM>[10]Fs[10][13]   adminState = unlocked[10][13]   operationalState = enabled[10][13]   usageState       = active[10][13]   volumeName       = volumeNotSe[10][13]   activeDisk       = Fs Disk/1[10][13]   syncStatus       = synchronized[10][13]   syncProgress     = 100 %[10][13]   capacity         = 4294770688 bytes[10][13]   freeSpace        = 1924726784 bytes[10][13]   usage            = 55 %[10][13]ok             2012-01-24 15:49:42.89[10][13][10][13]3>
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      WFMDRetVal=1 Waiting for: "--More--"
      WFMDRetVal=2 Waiting for: "not found in path"
      WFMDRetVal=3 Waiting for: "unknown command"
      WFMDRetVal=4 Waiting for: "(y/n)"
      WFMDRetVal=18 Waiting for: "1("
      WFMDRetVal=19 Waiting for: "1>"
      WFMDRetVal=20 Waiting for: "1#"
      WFMDBuffer="d fs[13][10]fs[10][13]   adminstate = unlocked[10][13]   operationalstate = enabled[10][13]   usagestate       = active[10][13]   volumename       = volumenotse[10][13]   activedisk       = fs disk/1[10][13]   syncstatus       = synchronized[10][13]   syncprogress     = 100 %[10][13]   capacity         = 4294770688 bytes[10][13]   freespace        = 1924726784 bytes[10][13]   usage            = 55 %[10][13]ok             2012-01-24 15:49:42.89[10][13][10][13]3> "

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