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H3C MSR routers as 'console server'

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lucswolfs
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H3C MSR routers as 'console server'

Hi,

 

Does anyone has an example on how to configure a MSR2-40 with a 'HP 8p Async Serial Interface SIC ' as a terminal server, like you can configure a Cisco router to allow reverse telnet to attached network devices ?

Thanks.

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lucswolfs
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Re: H3C MSR routers as 'console server'

MSR can support it. Please refer to the configuration manual. Here is the link

http://www.h3c.com/portal/Technical_Support___Documents/Technical_Documents/Routers/H3C_MSR_50_Series_Routers/Configuration/Operation_Manual/H3C_MSR_CG-Release_2104%28V1.08%29/15/

You can find the configuration steps in the chapter of “5 Device Management Controller Configuration

muraleek7
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Re: H3C MSR routers as 'console server'

On a cisco I can do telnet <looback ip > line . example telnet 10.1.0.10 2033  . What are the steps to accomplish this ?  I need a way to do the connection via CLI only.

Henrific
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Re: H3C MSR routers as 'console server'

Hi

 

It is possible to use a HP MSR router as a terminal server.

 

#

 telnet server enable

#

interface Async1/0 

async mode flow 

undo detect dsr-dtr 

link-protocol ppp

#

user-interface tty 17 

user privilege level 3 

undo shell 

idle-timeout 0 0 

flow-control none 

redirect enable 

redirect listen-port 3000

 

The redirect listen-port is user defined and obviously changes on each user interface. 

 

Then, as with a Cisco terminal server, you telnet to the router using the specified redirect port .

 

Hope this helps

R Thompson
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Re: H3C MSR routers as 'console server'

I did what you had in the configure above or below, whichever, and I could not access via telnet IP port.  Any suggests on how to?