[CentOS] Inquiry:How to get remote login via frame relay link over E1?

Les Mikesell lesmikesell at gmail.com
Tue Nov 10 06:15:32 UTC 2009


Yes, the type of connection does not matter, but each connection point must have 
routes to the others.  Each end of your frame relay connection should have its 
own address and the system at each end should have routes to the network 
segments at the other end.  Normally you would have a default route towards your 
internet connection with more specific routes for your internal networks with 
private address ranges.



hadi motamedi wrote:
> 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 
> <mailto: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 <http://10.20.30.0/> to 10.20.30.40 and
>     the remote network element is at @172.18.230.1
>     <http://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
>     <mailto: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 the
>         linux box?  Either way, you would normally set up IP over the
>         frame relay with
>         network routing at both ends to the opposite subnets.  Then a
>         remote login is
>         just like any other network connection using ssh or even X
>         remotely.  Once
>         network routes are set up, connections will automatically follow
>         them without
>         needing to know that they go over frame relay.
> 
>         --
>           Les Mikesell
>            lesmikesell at gmail.com <mailto:lesmikesell at gmail.com>
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