Network and Classroom Management Thread, Loops/network broadcast in Technical; The core switch can act as a telnet client; so assuming the core switch is able to see the other ...
27th May 2010, 05:37 PM #16
- Rep Power
The core switch can act as a telnet client; so assuming the core switch is able to see the other switches you can telnet to the core switch and then from within that session telnet to the other switches.
28th May 2010, 08:58 PM #17
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thank you Kipling that did the trick, now I want to test whether enabling loop-protect will stop the loops by loop protecting a couple of ports on a switch and then plugging one end of a cable to on port and the other end to the second port on the same switch creating a loop to see whether this will bring down the network. unless someone has a better idea of testing.
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