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I have a secondary address to ping from Cisco Router 870 another Cisco Router by telnet

and if I make a ping is responding
ping 10.127.1.252 source vlan1    ( ok  )

but telnet is not working
telnet  10.127.1.252     ( not working )




interface Vlan1
  ip address 10.127.1.250 255.255.255.0 secondary
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by:JFrederick29
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Does the router you are trying to telnet to have restrictions on what source can telnet to it?  If so, you'll need to allow the primary IP address on VLAN1 to telnet to the router.   Or, you can always switch the primary and secondary IP's on the VLAN1 interface.
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Posted too fast...the router you are trying to telnet to also needs a return route to the primary IP on VLAN1 via 10.127.1.250.  It might simply be easier to swap the primary and secondary, i.e. make 10.127.1.250 the primary IP and the other IP on VLAN1 the secondary.
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by:victorfranco
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I have exchange the Ip address and both Ip's are working.

Is the solution complete.
Thanks
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