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Telnet to Switch Issue

I have two Switches A and B. Currently, the fibre is connected to only Switch A which is live.

Say now i bring in a new Switch B. I try to trunk the fastethernet to Switch A and it works. I am able to access internet through Switch B.

1) However, i cannot telnet to Switch B. I have already configure a telnet password. What could went wrong?

2) I tried to telnet to Switch A but i could not type in the username and password.

The moment i type in, it will display:

"Username: Connection closed by foreign host."

Why it will affect Switch A connection?

3)Lastly, i choose to connect from fastethernet interface to the other fasterthernet interface. Both are 3560 series switches.

Is it because i did not use a GigaStack module to connect to each other or fasterthernet interface is not allowed to connected to another fasterthernet interface?

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New Member

Re: Telnet to Switch Issue

Hi,

Have you configured a management ip address on switch B ?

Can you telnet to switch A if your host is directly connected to its ports and not through switch B ?

Thanks,

K0rg

New Member

Re: Telnet to Switch Issue

Both Switch A and B have a different management IP and are within the same subnet and domain name.

I am able to telnet to Switch A. However, i cannot proceed after i telnet in. All the hosts are connected to Switch A and B and are able to access internet.

This issue is i cannot remotely monitor both the swithes after i add in a new switch B.

Silver

Re: Telnet to Switch Issue

to make sure I understand.

Switch A

vlan 1 (management)

IP address 10.0.0.1 255.255.255.0 (example only)

Switch B

vlan 1 (management)

IP address 10.0.0.2 255.255.255.0 (example only)

on switch A do a sh cd neigh detail and see if switch A can see switch B

New Member

Re: Telnet to Switch Issue

I am able to see Switch A from Switch B.

New Member

Re: Telnet to Switch Issue

I think it is a seperate issue. I take out the connection from Switch B to Switch A.

However, Switch A stills get the same error.

.........................................

User Access Verification

Username: Connection closed by foreign host.

..........................................

What causes it to be disconnect?

New Member

Re: Telnet to Switch Issue

I have found out the root cause.

I have type in the same IP address in Switch B. That is the reason why i telnet to Switch A, it always disconnect itself. It is a human error.

I have tried to connected through fasterthernet interfaces between two switches using cross cable and it works.

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