Currently the company I work for uses telnet a lot for accessing our inventory Database. So each computer has an application to open a telnet session to our database server. Once the session is initiated they log in via AD credentials and can view the inventory.
My question is if I enable a VTY password on a cisco 2950 switch would this create a password prompt for these telnet sessions in addition to the Active directory log in previously stated? As well I noticed the 2950 series has 16 VTY "channels" or lines I'm guessing; would this mean only 16 active telnet connections are supported by this switch? Or am I confusing VTY with specifically remote configuration for the switches/routers?
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