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Updated:December 13, 2018
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Telnetting to Cisco 300 Series Managed Switches
Telnet is disabled by default. It must be enabled by using the web-based switch configuration utility or the console interface and a serial cable connection. The objective of this document is to enable users to connect using telnet.
Connecting using telnet (Windows)
1. Select Start > Run.
2. Enter CMD in the Open field and press Enter.
3. Type telnet, a space, and the switch IP address. For example: c:>telnet 192.168.1.114
4. Press Enter. The Login displays. Press Ctrl-R to refresh the Menu CLI Login or to jump to the Menu CLI Login from any other window.