Do you mean "public ip address" when you say real ip? Yes, you can telnet into a router from a remote router if you have ip connectivity between them, no access lists blocking telnet, a password under the vty into which you are telnetting.
On remote router, say, Router1#telnet x.x.x.x (where x.x.x.x is your real ip)
Mak I have tried it but i recreive the message "request timed out " and another issue is that when i am sitting on a pc connected to internet throug modem can i use the telnet facility through " start>run" and then type ' telnet x.x.x.x ' . I have also tried it but no success. Does any additional congif is required at pc.
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