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With an lsof -p you can find out, where this daemon is actually listening.
You must define more vty lines: line vty 0 4 This results in a maximum of 5 Connections. Read more here and for brevity here.
If you want wo use a Interface to configure your switch with telnet, ssh or HTTP you should create a Management VLAN, then you can create more than one Telnet/SSH Session to your router/switch. Maybe this tutorial help you:
One of the best tools for creating firewall rules and determining which services (TCP and UDP conversations) that are running based on captured packets is Wireshark (formerly known as Ethereal). Wireshark alone is better for seeing whats happening between your firewall and your client. If you want to see what TCP and UDP conversations that are taking place ...
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