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I am familiar with Cisco and Brocade switches but not with EMC DS-24M2 - can you send me a link on the command line interface?

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Http://www.ciao.co.uk/EMC_Connectrix_DS_24M2__5815506

Under "Product Information" it says "Remote Management Protocol: SNMP, HTTP". I am guessing the HTTP management console does not give access to a CLI.
Problem solved. :)

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