I have a couple of switches, 3524s, giving me login problems.
When i try to login as soon as i start to type a password i lose connectivity to the host. I've tried cutting & pasting in the password with an exec timeout of 10 mins for the vty 0 4 but i still lose connectivity.
i've double checked the commands on another 3524 to make sure they are ok.
anyone amy ideas?
ps: the swtich has a line vty 0 5 line in the running config - any ideas why this is?
Re: Telnet login dies before i can put in a password
line vty 0 5 means that you are configuring the first six telnet lines, i.e line 0,1,2,3,4,5.
Make sure that you have the "login" command under the line sub-command, this will enable authentication to the password configured directly on the line with the "password xxxxx" command. Now if you did not assign a password, the telnet session will automatically close, another situation might be when you assign a password, but did not issue a "login" command, in this case, I "think" the user will be granted access without any interruption.
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