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    Hai Guys..
    can somebody tell me how to use telnet in ccna boson or packet simulator

    i ve connected pc to router and assingned ip address and gav no shutdwon cmd to the ethernet port of the router...but when i try to open telnet thro the pc.. i m gettin error msg that remote host not responding..can some one tell me how it works

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    Re: CCNA Simulator

    I've deleted your double post in the coffee lounge.
    Do not double post. Please re-read the forum rules.
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    • #3
      Re: CCNA Simulator

      Originally posted by sabu View Post
      Hai Guys..
      can somebody tell me how to use telnet in ccna boson or packet simulator

      i ve connected pc to router and assingned ip address and gav no shutdwon cmd to the ethernet port of the router...but when i try to open telnet thro the pc.. i m gettin error msg that remote host not responding..can some one tell me how it works

      you need to enable the telnet connection on the router.
      in configuration mode type

      line console 0
      password "password" (password will be the password at telnet access)
      login

      save it to the startup config file.....that should be it
      let me know if this helped

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      • #4
        Re: CCNA Simulator

        If you apply that config to the con 0 you will only have password protected your console port. If you want to telnet to the router you need to apply a password to the VTY lines.

        Router1(config)#line vty 0 4
        Router1(config-line)#password cisco (or a paasword of your choice)
        Router1(config)#login

        Then you should be able to telnet to the router from a remote location

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