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How to disable Telnet on a CN1601/CN1610 cluster switch

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Applies to

  • CN1610 cluster interconnect switch
  • CN1601 cluster management switch

Description

Telnet is an insecure procotol and a known security risk, its use should be avoided whenever possible. Follow the procedure below to disable Telnet on the CN1601/CN1610 cluster switches.

CN1610 ONLY: Telnet is disabled by default once RCF v1.2 is applied.

 

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