SUMMARY: Trouble connecting to a 3310 Array Using ssconsole

From: Dave Martini 1 (
Date: 09/22/04

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    Well my brain deffiniely isn't working well today.
    I was putting in the IP address of the ARRAY instead of the HOST under
    server setup in the ssconsole GUI which is deffinitely why it didn't work.

    I went through the configuration steps and now I can also telnet into the box.

    Here's my original question.

    I have a V250 with Solaris 9 on it.
    I installed the CLI packages
     1 SUNWsccli Sun StorEdge(tm) 3000 Family CLI
                       (sparc) 1.5.0,REV=2004.
      2 SUNWscsa Sun StorEdge(tm) Diagnostic Reporter daemon
                       (sparc) 1.5.0,REV=2004.
      3 SUNWscsd Sun StorEdge(tm) Configuration Service Agent
                       (sparc) 1.5.0,REV=2004.
      4 SUNWscsu Sun StorEdge(tm) Configuration Service Console
                       (sparc) 1.5.0,REV=2004.
      5 SUNWscui Sun StorEdge(tm) Diagnostic Reporter console
                       (sparc) 1.5.0,REV=2004.
    and The daemons are running

     root 235 1 0 09:34:17 ? 0:00 /usr/sbin/ssmon
        root 231 1 0 09:34:16 ? 0:00 /usr/sbin/ssserver

    I can connect to the Array via the tip command no problem. I've configured the 3310 using
    tip and can see the array no problem. I added an IP address to the 3310 and can ping the
    Array from any host.

    Trouble is when I execute ssconsole and add the array I get the "discovering" message
    and it never connects to the array.

    Are there any tricks to get ssconsole to connect to the 3310?

    I was told by the SUN rep that I have to be able to telnet into the array before ssconsole
    can connect. Is this correct? When I try to telnet into the array it just says trying to
    connect but never does. I didn't notice any references to telnet in the CLI manual.

    Thanks much!
    David Martini
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