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  1. Hi Rene,
    I cant understand the Reverse Telnet that you have describe in last section. Why we need it/what is the uses of it and how its works. From where we get the IP(1.1.1.1) and port(6097) . Thx

    br//
    zaman

  2. Hello Mohammad

    In order to save space Rene didn’t explain extensively how to configure reverse telnet, but just showed how to configure a banner for it. A nice piece of information about reverse telnet can be found at this Cisco support forum article, but I can tell you a little about it here.

    It basically gives you the ability to telnet into a network connected device (say a router) and then connect to a neighbouring device via its console connection. In essence, this gives you the opportunity to remotely connect to the console connection of a device. This

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  3. Hi Rene,

    I am confused about the cable connection between two device. Which type of cable have to be used on AUX port end and Console end if I dont have NM16-A or NM32-A Module or Cisco 2511-RJ.Please help me to understand .Thx

    br/zaman

  4. Hi Laz,
    I have tried your describe way but can’t connect …My setup is …
    I have a online router(Name DHAKA) that’s loopback is reachable from internet .Now connect this router(DHAKA) AUX port to another router(Name KHULNA) console port using straight through(T568B used) cable and Telnet to loopback of DHAKA Router and configured the aux port like …

    DHAKA#config t
    DHAKA(config)#line aux 0
    DHAKA(config-line)#modem InOut
    DHAKA(config-line)#transport input all
    DHAKA(config-line)#speed 19200
    DHAKA(config-line)#exit
    and check the line of Aux port ....
    DHAKA# sh line
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  5. Hi Zaman,

    It should work like this. First, check the AUX line:

    R1#show line
       Tty Line Typ     Tx/Rx    A Modem  Roty AccO AccI  Uses  Noise Overruns  Int
    *     0    0 CTY              -    -      -    -    -     0      0    0/0      -
          1    1 AUX   9600/9600  -    -      -    -    -     0      0    0/0      -
        514  514 VTY              -    -      -    -    -     0      0    0/0      -
        515  515 VTY              -    -      -    -    -     0      0    0/0      -
        516  516 VTY              -    -      -    -    -     0      0    0/0      -
        51
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