by looking at your post, i could see the "Press RETURN to get started!" this line appears only if your connected to the router/switch via console using hypher terminal on windows or minicom on linux. apart from this there is no possibility that you could see that line via telnet, infact i was assuming the host name would have been renamed as eg. from switch> to rommon 14>, but when i looked in the "Press RETURN to get started!" line it has clarified that is a console terminal not via telnet.
As stated above the answer is NO. The reason is that the router in ROMMON state does not have any IP addresses programmed on it. The router cannot even boot up correctly. Without anyt IP or layer 3 then you will not get any applications such as Telnet (layer 7)working on it....
Don't know how you could have telneted into the switch if it is in rommon . The only thing I could think of is you telneted into a terminal server which took you to the console port on the switch . If its in rommon it has not even booted up so thus you could not have telnetted directly to the switch .
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