If you see noise, according to a previous post, the noise on the console could be caused by a number of things bad cable, emi, you can try toggling the flow control between software and hardware to see if this clears up the noise issue, one additional thought , I have had instances when there is noise on a console line that the router beleives that this noise is an exec request and opens up an exec session, so perhaps this noise is creating a session on the console and this is why you can not access it on your first try, removing the cable clears the session allowing you to connect after this.
Also, you could try to configure the command "no exec" under your line configuration on your Access Server. It could prevent unwanted signals from the the line initiating exec sessions and keeping the line unavailable for genuine ones.
And last but not least, I see that you have configured lines 33 thru 48, while you are trying to connect to a host on line 1. Just make sure that your host is actually connected to port 1, otherwise change the statement:
It looks like you're telneting to the wrong port. Above, you are going to port 2001. I noticed in your config that your port numbers start with 2033. Line 33 40, means ports 2033-2040. Line 41 48 means 2041-2048 So, telnet to 10.10.10.10 2033, and it should work. I hope this helps!
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