stephen.stack Fri, 07/11/2008 - 02:32
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Hi,


I'm not sure how you can telnet one way but not another. The answer appears to be the fact that both s0/3/0:0 are int different subnets.


i.e.

Subnet 1

R1 IP: ip address 10.99.4.106 255.255.255.252

Usable addresses in this subnet 10.99.4.105 & 106

R2 IP: ip address 10.99.4.106 255.255.255.252

Usable Addresses in this subnet 10.99.4.109 & 110


I am assuming that these are on the same link as there is no routeing to suggest otherwise.


HTH - please rate if it does.


Regards


Stephen


richbaxter Mon, 07/14/2008 - 08:49
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Check your access-list 23. You have one on R2 but not on R1. It seems that the ACL on R2 is preventing access.

dhananjoy chowdhury Mon, 07/14/2008 - 09:16
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Hi,

On router 2 , remove the access list from the line vty, it will work


line vty 0 4

no access-class 23 in

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Also you could modify the access-list 23 to allow R1 IP.

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