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Ldap miss configured brocade 6520 SAN Switch now not able to login

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I recently configured ldap on a switch to test it out.
I misconfigured the AD portion and no I cannot log into the switch.  No local users from the switch database are working.  How do you recover from this misconfiguration?
Any advice would help

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Re: Ldap miss configured brocade 6520 SAN Switch now not able to login

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Re: Ldap miss configured brocade 6520 SAN Switch now not able to login

Thanks for looking into it.


The switch in production now, if connect through serial port will it erase the configuration on the SAN switch..?

I just want to remove the ldap configuration from the SAN Switch. I have all the local user passwords with me.

Can you pls help me procedure.

Current FOS is 8.0.2c

I have given authentication type as “ldap;local”

Even though i have given local I’m unable to login with local user, I have option to shutdown the Ldap server.

 

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@tejpatti

 

--->>>The switch in production now, if connect through serial port will it erase the configuration on the SAN switch..?

 

No, from a point of view Zone Alias, and other config nothing will erase.

 

You need simple to follow the mentioned procedure, connect trough a serial port, and then re-configure as local or remove any  LDAP config with AAA command.

 

 

 

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Re: Ldap miss configured brocade 6520 SAN Switch now not able to login

Thanks you, first i have set the authetication type as "local" first.. then im able to remove the ldap configuration.

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