[c-nsp] Using AUX port as 1 port terminal server

David Freedman david.freedman at uk.clara.net
Tue Feb 21 13:48:15 EST 2006

line aux 0
  access-class <acl> in
  transport preferred all
  transport input telnet
  transport output all
  stopbits 1

If it worked, you can telnet to port 2001 on the router.

Jee Kay wrote:
> I currently have a situation where I frequently put a pair of routers
> onto remote sites. Cost constraints prevent me installing a full set
> of terminal servers onto the same location, although I am currently
> investigating the small 1/2 port offerings from various companies.
> My question is: is it possible to 'cross-connect' the AUX port on one
> router to the CON port on the other router and somehow connect out of
> Router1's AUX into Router2's CON?
> Thanks,
> Ras
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