help ctl-shft-6-x does not work from linux telnet

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Hans-Dieter Kreutzner, Apr 1, 2006.

  1. Hi,

    in my lab, a 2510 is configured for terminal access to 6 25xx and 2 19xx. At
    the moment I multiboot windows, bsd or linux for management and
    configuration.
    Under windows telnetting works perfect, teraterm, putty and even plain cmd
    telnet allow me to switch back from a rev. telnet session with ctl-shft-6-x
    key sequence.
    I prefer linux cause ethernet and tokenring work fine and I already have
    ntp-, tftp-, marsnwe- and tacacs+ services up and running for my lab. My
    only annoying problem is that at I found no clean way yet to switch back
    from a reverse telnet session under any linux/bsd telnet ap.
    So far I consider my cisco configuration as ok, so there might be a linux
    configuration issue left. I already looked over cco and poorly man pages,
    but no idea yet how to progress. Could anybody help me out?

    Thanks in advance

    Hans
     
    Hans-Dieter Kreutzner, Apr 1, 2006
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  2. Hans-Dieter Kreutzner

    Merv Guest


    > help ctl-shft-6-x does not work from linux telnet


    I read somewhere do not use Shift, just hit Ctrl-6 from Linux telnet
     
    Merv, Apr 1, 2006
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  3. Merv wrote:

    >
    >> help ctl-shft-6-x does not work from linux telnet

    >
    > I read somewhere do not use Shift, just hit Ctrl-6 from Linux telnet


    that's it! It really works

    thanks

    Hans
     
    Hans-Dieter Kreutzner, Apr 2, 2006
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