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Reverse telnet with no Aux port

Hi,

Thanks for reading and I hope you all have a very merry Christmas

I have a new 877 that I am using for internet traffic for 3-4 internet only devices.

I also have a clean network that i want to insure no cross contamination. However I plan on rolling this out to many sites, but for management I was hoping to set up a reverse telnet to the console port from our one of my clean switches. which should allow me to keep the units seperated and allow me to manage changes etc remotely.

Unfortunatly there is no Aux port on the clean switch (3560). Is there still a way to acheive this? can i configure one of the ethernet ports to connect to the console of the 877?

Any input is appreiciated

Merry Christmas

Graham

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Reverse telnet with no Aux port

By "clean" network, do you mean that there is no routing or physical connection at all between the clean network and the internet-only 877?  If so, then no.  there's no way to gain out-of-band access to the 877 without a modem.  You also cannot configure an ethernet port to connect to a console port.

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Reverse telnet with no Aux port

Graham,

http://www.moxa.com/product/NPort_6150.htm

Single port terminal server, might acheive the seperation/out of band management you're hoping for.

HTH

Tony

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