Shortcut key to break out of telnet sessions?

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Aug 25th, 2009

All,

I can telnet from Router A -> B -> C -> D.

Now, from router D, I can ctrl-shift-6-x and get back to router A. Router A will show one connection to router B. How, if even possible, would I be able to break from Router D to Router C without quitting the telnet session? Is there a keystroke that will let you do that?

Also, does anyone (Edison?) have a list of Cisco supported, undocumented keystrokes? I've looked and can't find much on it.

Thanks,

John

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Correct Answer by Edison Ortiz about 4 years 7 months ago

To get back to the device you telneted from per your example from D to C;

Do this:

control-shift-6

Then

control-shift-6-x

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Edison Ortiz Tue, 08/25/2009 - 09:27

To get back to the device you telneted from per your example from D to C;

Do this:

control-shift-6

Then

control-shift-6-x

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