i have a delima, i have to routers out at a site, a 1721 and a 871. i have a console cable connecting the two, i can access the 1721 through telnet but not the 871. i thought i saw this done a few years back, but i saw someone able to console to the 871 from the console on the 1721. any help would be appreciated
AFAIK You need to have Terminal Server to cater your requirement.In TS you can configure different line config and have the octal cable which gets you connected to the different devices onto their console ports..
You can login onto the TS and access the devices connected with the cable..
You can connect 2 Cisco routers using the console and Aux in 2 ways (only these 2 ways are applicable):
Aux-to-Con --> This is called reverse telnet in order to console access the router console from the Aux of another router. (The router using its Aux(or any Async port) to connect to console ports of other routers is called a Terminal/Comm Server)
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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