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cisco catalyst clustering

Hi,

Its possible to access a cluster member with ssh? rcommand use telnet and I want to remove telnet from the network

Thanks

Fred

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cisco catalyst clustering

No one with this problem?

Thanks

Fred

Re: cisco catalyst clustering

Hi Fred,

You cannot access the members directly.

Once you have logged into the cluster master switch, issue the command 'rcommand' followed by the cluster members switch number:

rcommand 3

You can confirm the cluster members with:

show cluster members

cheers,

Seb.

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cisco catalyst clustering

Hi Seb,

Yes you are right, but the rcommand use telnet, it's possible to access the members with another command that uses ssh?

Cheers,

Fred

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cisco catalyst clustering

Hi Seb,

thanks anyway

Cheers,

Fred

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Hi,

Hi,

Once the members of the cluster have been added you can connect using ssh.

ssh cluster-member-ip-address

You can show the cluster memeber ip address by the following command.

show access-lists

Regards

Youcef

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