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Can not access the Cisco WLC-2100 Controller to manage

Posted on 2014-01-22
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Hello all.  All of a sudden I can not access my Cisco Wireless LAN Controller via broswer.  If i try to SSH in to the system is hangs after I put my username.  I can connect via console cable.  Any ideas as to what the problem is or how i can restart this?
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Have you tried reloading the WLC?
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rebooting the system? no i was trying to avoid that.  since i have access to it via console cable. i was hoping to reset the management portion or something similar via cli.
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You can't do that - you have to restart the services and that requires a reload unfortunately.
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