When I telnet from a router, using /source-interface ethernet 0 command, it opens the telnet session but ip address of serial interface is registered on remote router. Can anyone give input on this please?
I'm doing NAT on remote router and nothing at the serial interface of the router I'm telneting (Let's call this router the LOCAL router). On remote router, I allow only the ethernet range of the LOCAL router. When I do TELNET /SOURCE-INTERFACE E 0, SHOW IP NAT TRANSLATION on remote router shows the serial IP address of the LOCAL and not the ethernet address, When I do extended PING, however, ethernet address is shown on the translation.
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