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H3C S5500 VLAN and switch

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I can't telnet to H3C S5500 with the message below. I can only access it through web access. Any idea ?
 In addition, how to show the configuration on the device ?

Which H3C L2 switch can support VLAN such that I can access the VLAN port to my client device ?

Great Tks.


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Login password has not been set !

Connection to host lost.

C:\Users\simon.mh.leung>
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You'll need to set up at least 1 user/password for telnet/ssh access:
Login password has not been set !

You can do that from the serial console for sure, I've never done it through the web interface but I'd assume it's somewhere in there too.
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