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Correct Answer by Andy Dabell about 5 years 4 months ago

Just access the first router in the normal way then use the telnet or ssh command to access the second router.


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Correct Answer by ictunit12 about 5 years 4 months ago

Hi,


You need to configure the vty lines on one of the routers, so that you can either telnet or ssh to it.


On one of the routers, enter the following from global configuration mode, (router would be your router hostname):-


router#(config) line vty 0 15

router#(config-line) password cisco

router#(config-line) login


Save this and it should allow you telnet from one router to another.


Cheers

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ictunit12 Thu, 04/19/2012 - 12:56
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Hi,


You need to configure the vty lines on one of the routers, so that you can either telnet or ssh to it.


On one of the routers, enter the following from global configuration mode, (router would be your router hostname):-


router#(config) line vty 0 15

router#(config-line) password cisco

router#(config-line) login


Save this and it should allow you telnet from one router to another.


Cheers

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Andy Dabell Thu, 04/19/2012 - 14:16
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Just access the first router in the normal way then use the telnet or ssh command to access the second router.


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