Are you able to console into one of the switches and then ping or telnet to other one ? Telnet is not by default enabled unless your configs look like,
line vty 0 4
Telnet also requires that an enable password be set.
As far as IP connectivity in both switches, how does their config look like. Is it possible for you to paste running configs off the switches in your next post.
Also how are they connected (ethernet back to back usng xover cable, or a fiber optic xover cable through a gbic) ? I am sure that you have a link light on either ports (since you say it does provide communication / up / running)
Telnet is enabled on the switch. I had been able to successfully login through this way before this problem occured. If I were to power down the switches and power them back up, the problems go way. I can then ping and telnet into both switches.
This problem is sporadic, the switches will be fine for several weeks, but then the problem occurs again. The switches continue to provide communications, but I cannot ping or telnet into.
The switches are connected via GBIC, GigaStack modules.
What ip addresses are assigned to the switch ??? Is that the whole network just the 2950"s . If you assigned an ip address to each and you put the telnet passwords and the enable secret passwords you should be able to get in . Is your pc ip address in the same ip range as the switch address ???
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