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SecureCRT to far switch?


when I made connect by serial cable with extreme switch vlan BH100.10.10.50 and i have ping with switch Vlan BH ip 100.10.10.51, my question , How can I login to the remote to far switch?

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Hi,

from the CLI you can do a telnet to a remote switch. Be sure to specify the correct VR to use to reach that remote switch (for example: telnet 100.10.10.51 vr vr-default).
Grosjean, Stephane wrote:

Hi,

from the CLI you can do a telnet to a remote switch. Be sure to specify the correct VR to use to reach that remote switch (for example: telnet 100.10.10.51 vr vr-default).

Switch# telnet 100.10.10.51 vr vr-default Just this command set up on switch far?
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Grosjean, Stephane wrote:

Hi,

from the CLI you can do a telnet to a remote switch. Be sure to specify the correct VR to use to reach that remote switch (for example: telnet 100.10.10.51 vr vr-default).

telnet vr "VR-Default" 100.10.10.51

That is a XOS switch - correct ?
Grosjean, Stephane wrote:

Hi,

from the CLI you can do a telnet to a remote switch. Be sure to specify the correct VR to use to reach that remote switch (for example: telnet 100.10.10.51 vr vr-default).

Yes. It is the far switch
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or ssh to the other switch i.e. 10.12.0.1 with username admin

X430-48t.4 # ssh vr "VR-Default" admin@10.12.0.1
Thank for your replay. Just another quistion, i have 22 switches in my network type summite 450x24 dc. Should be set up this command on all switches? Then i will not loos the access remotly from my office?
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Hello Munir,

Use the command examples (telnet or ssh) on the console of 100.10.10.50 to remotely manage the far switch 100.10.10.51. as you require access.
Think "remote-SecureCRT". You're going to like it.

A couple of caveats:
Assumes telnet has not been disabled
or
Assumes SSH is installed and enabled. SSH (secure shell) is encrypted, more secure, generally preferred.

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