Consider im having the following network setup as illustrated in the picture.
What would be the best way to configure management vlans for use with telnet? Do i need to assign an ip address to the different management vlans within the range of a existing vlan or how exactly does this work. I want all the switches and the router to be accessible. And is it
necessary to always assign switch ports to the management vlan?
First of all you do not use telnet if you do not absolutely have no other option.
You use SSH instead of telnet.
Resa is right but i would like to fill in some more.
If the units are close enough (within 100m) you can setup a serial network with a computer/serial ethernet/serial USB converter that lets you control all the different units without having to pass the controltraffic over the network.
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