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Old 03-27-2014, 04:01 PM   #1
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cisco ios: meaning of vty numbers


In an example in the book I'm looking at, it has a config command "line vty 0 15" followed by "password telnet" to change the login password. Could someone explain what the numbers are for (0 15)? And why 0 15 was chosen for the example instead of 0 0 or something else? I know that they refer to the "First Line range" and "Last Line range", but I'm not sure what that means.
 
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The numbers refer to the first (0) and 16th (15) telnet or SSH connection. line vty 0 15 means "the following settings shall apply to all telnet/ssh sessions".
 
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