Cannot telnet to router using IP of serial interface
Can anyone help me? The problem is I have 7 routers connected via leased line and I cannot use any IP of serial interface (every router) for telnet into the router from any PC, but if I use IP of ethernet interface for telnet session then it's ok. I used ping and traceroute command to reach any IP of serial interface, the result is ok and I didn't implement any access-list on router yet. The weird thing is that from switch or router I can telnet to any router by using IP of serial interface. Please suggest.
Re: Cannot telnet to router using IP of serial interface
Thank you very much for all your reply, I just come back from abroad. I think that the problem may came from Proxy Server coz proxy guy didn't add the network of router's serial interface into the table. Anyway, it works right now :-)
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