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Telnet to a Radio over Cisco Router

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Hi,

PFA of the issue to understand better ..

When we connect to the Ethernet switch of the Router , it is accesble over  telnet 4655.(See scenario 1)

When we move the Radio to the WAN port of the Router , it is not accessible over telnet 4655 (See scenario 2)


FYI :

1. No ACL policies on Router
2. No restrictions configured in Cisco Router
3. from LAN , we are able to get PINg reply to Radio in scenario:2 conditions.
6. Radio is defined telnet access with 4655

Requirement :

By default telnet port is 23. Can we customise Telnet port number to 4655 on Cisco Router to access Radio with telnet 4655.

Regards
Ram
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Istvan Kalmar earned 1500 total points
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Hi,

Please provide us the sanitized configs!

Best regards,
Istvan
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