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Posted on 2014-10-01
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Hello,

so i'm a little stuck in a problem that i'm having with a switch stack of Cisco ws-c3750g switches. the problem is that we're having when connecting using ssh session (putty), when entering certain commands  like show eth sum, or show run the session always freezes and also some users are saying there getting disconnected from session but we're are not able to find anything wrong with the switch.  Has anyone experience this issue that can direct me on what the problem could be ? maybe some one else has had the same issues .

thank you
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What do you have the ssh timeout set to?
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the time out was set to 0 0 but that was not the problem, it was a memory leak that a reload of the switch took care of but that was not the fix of the issue. I should also mention that the switch started to have packet lost so the problem was not just SSH time out.

The fix to the issue was to move away from IOS 12.2(25)SEE3 as cisco is saying is a buggy OS . We are upgrading our IOS on the  Stack Switches .
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that was the correct fix
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