[CentOS] Inquiry:How to get remote login via frame relay link over E1?
motamedi24 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 10 05:52:50 UTC 2009
Thank you very much for your reply . I got the point . The remote client
just needs to have LAN connection to the remote Intranet and then my CentOS
server can remote login to the network element .
Thank you in advance
On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 5:25 AM, hadi motamedi <motamedi24 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you very much for your reply . Please be informed that the remote
> client is getting IP address from my CentOS server via its DHCP so my CentOS
> server can reach him via air interface (this is accomplished on GPRS
> interface) . But there is no LAN connection between the client and the
> remote network element that I want to remote login to it . The assigned IP
> address to the client comes from the range @10.20.30.0 to 10.20.30.40 and
> the remote network element is at @172.18.230.1 . Please be informed that
> my CentOS server has direct frame relay link over E1 to the remote network
> element . Do you mind to let me know if there is a way to remote login to
> that remote network element ?
> Let me thank you in advance
> On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 2:12 PM, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com>wrote:
>> hadi motamedi wrote:
>> > Dear All
>> > Please be informed that my CentOS server has an interface to the
>> > Internet on its eth0 port and an frame relay link over E1 to the remote
>> > site (to provide data service there) . Can you please do me favor and
>> > let me know how can I get remote login to the far end network element
>> > over this frame relay link over E1 ?
>> > Let me thank you in advance
>> Is the frame relay handled by a router or do you have an E1 interface in
>> linux box? Either way, you would normally set up IP over the frame relay
>> network routing at both ends to the opposite subnets. Then a remote login
>> just like any other network connection using ssh or even X remotely. Once
>> network routes are set up, connections will automatically follow them
>> needing to know that they go over frame relay.
>> Les Mikesell
>> lesmikesell at gmail.com
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