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Configuring an access/console server

Hey there,

I'm configuring an access/console server.

I configured aliases for my devices.

cp-ext-s1             telnet 192.168.41.11 2011

  cp-ext-s2             telnet 192.168.41.11 2012

  cp-ext-r1             telnet 192.168.41.11 2013

  cp-ext-r2             telnet 192.168.41.11 2014

But when I do a sh session, the host column is an ip address but I want this to be the device name.

I tried adding a few ip host commands:

ip host cp-dmz-s1 2010 192.168.41.11

ip host cp-ext-r1 2013 192.168.41.11

But that didn't help.

CP-CS1#sh ses
Conn Host                Address             Byte  Idle Conn Name
   1 192.168.41.11       192.168.41.11        153    36 192.168.41.11
   2 192.168.41.11       192.168.41.11        155    33
*  3 192.168.41.11       192.168.41.11        181     8

CP-CS1#

I'm sure I'm overlooking something stupid.

  • Network Management
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Configuring an access/console server

can you post the complete config of the console server or verify your settings with this doc:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk801/tk36/technologies_configuration_example09186a008014f8e7.shtml

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