Hi, This questions pertains to my home lab for CCNA/CCNP training use. I have a 2511 router set up as a terminal server and I am having problems connecting to the other routers and switches in my lab using reverse telnet.
I have the 2511 configured as per the various documentation available from Cisco (online and in the Cisco Press CCNA practical Studies guide).When I try to open a telnet session (from the router or a PC) the session opens but I never get a prompt from the target router, it just kinda hangs though I can ctrl-shift-6, X my way out. If I try to telnet to a switch (Cat1900) I get a connection denied by host error (this seems like a different problem, probably related to the switch config?).
I am able to connect through the console ports of all routers and switches directly from a PC serial port with no problem.
'no exec" is not configured on con 0 on any of the routers. I am able to telnet from the 2511 to the 2521 through the serial connection and from the 2521 to the 2501's (two of them) through the serial connections on the 2521. I am able to connect through the console connection directly to any of the routers and switches. It is only through reverse telnet that I am having problems.
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