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Telnet problems

Hi guys,

Okay so i have 4 cisco switches 3500 and 1 3750E(core switch) on a subnet like 10.1.7.* configured for telnet. Between them telnet works but when i try to access them from a different subnet it doesnt work and i used the ip default gateway command set up my gateway.Im thinking the problem is with the router witch is not a cisco one its a pfsense.Any ideas? Thanks. i dont really have access to the router but there shouldn't be a rule that is denying this

dunno about the routing protocols or if its needed some networks to be added.

Best Regards,

  Cristian

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New Member

Telnet problems

Hi,

It sounds very much like a route is missing, either on the host with the telnet client which is missing a route to the 10.1.7.x network via the correct gateway, or the routing table on the pfsense doesnt know about one of networks.

Check the routing tables on all devices end to end and make sure they know about both the source and destination networks.

You can also try a tracert if its a windows box and see how far the trace gets.

Hope this helps.

Ben

New Member

Telnet problems

Hi,

Check with the gateway and also check your gateway of your System.

Regards,

Guru

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