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Help Accessing A Cisco Switch

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ndalmolin_13Flag for United States of America asked on
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Hello Experts,

I have a Cisco 4506 at the office.  The switch configuration has three vlans:
Vlan1 - No ports assigned to this vlan
Vlan101 - 40 ports assigned to this vlan
Vlan102 - 8 ports assigned to this vlan

Vlan101 has an IP address of  10.110.101.254

The switch has been configured to allow SSH on port 10.10.10.1

The switch is no longer on the network (I'm using it as a test switch).  If I try to access the switch via the console port, I can do so without any issues.  I want to connect to the switch via an ethernet connection so I can TFTP from my laptop.  I have assigned my laptop an IP of 10.110.101.60.  When I try to connect with Putty, I can't.  I've tried connecting to 10.10,10,1 and 10.110.101.254.  Any ideas why this is not working?

Nick
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