Slug lost it's mind, or at least it's config

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Network Storage Devices' started by scvogel, Jun 2, 2006.

  1. scvogel

    scvogel Network Guru Member

    I've got a difficult situation with my NSLU2. It's been running fine for about a year or so, but now we can't connect to it.

    At first, it just rejected everyone's password. Then, we couldn't connect to the management web interface.

    I did a reset on it, the paperclip variety, and disconnected the disk drive and then I was able to connect to it on using the web. I reloaded the firmware, and reset the IP address, which was now back to the default. But, when I connect the drive and power it up, I can't connect on the admin account or on any account.

    My best guess is that the configuration file on the disk has gotten messed up and it doesn't recognize any passwords anymore.

    So, with the disk connected and running, I can't get access or control of it. With the disk un-connected, I can get in on the default admin account, but can't save any user settings.

    How can I get control of my slug ?
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