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Telnet to multiple subnets

Hi everybody,

Can someone please help me what the best way is to telnet to each switch/router whit a different subnet

I do not have solid routing/switching background.

I know how to telnet to one subnet ( 10.10.101.1 ) example i make a bridge to my networking connections and manually ad a ip adress that resides

in the same subnet

But i like to know how to telnet to a network whit 2 different subnets.

I'm adding a table to show you how the ip adressing scheme looks like.

Scenario.

I have a cisco voice home lab consist of the following:

1x2811

3x2801

1x3750

servers:

CUCM (Pub/Sub)

CUPS

CUC

CUCCX

Win2k3 AD

Any advise will help

Thanks!

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Telnet to multiple subnets

To telenet device on another network you need network connectivity to it. So your layer 3 communication has to be in place eiher via static routes for a very simple network or a routing protocol such as EIGRP, OSPF, RIP, etc.

Chris

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