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Clear Reverse telnet to a remote host

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Jun 24th, 2006
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The reverse telnet is a very powerfull tool, and when you want to connect to a remote host it is possible by just using the remote host ip-address. Nice.

My problem is how can I clear this line? Clear line <x> is not always helpful, especially if you have several lines active and don't know which line is the one to clear. (they all originate at the same IP address!)

Thanks for your help

Mike


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devang_etcom Sat, 06/24/2006 - 23:21
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if you want to disable the telnet for any perticular line you can use the "transport input none" under the perticular line ...by this way you can disable the telnet...


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regards

Devang

m-geisler Sun, 06/25/2006 - 09:41
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Thanks for yout answer, but I want to connect to all hosts.Just from time to time one console port quits.

If the connection is local I can clear it with

" clear line 200x" or "clear line "

Unfortunatelly that doesn't work with the remote (vty) session.

Mike

Edison Ortiz Sun, 06/25/2006 - 06:46
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Type 'who' or 'show users'. It should list, in order, the sessions. If you want to disconnect session 1, type 'disconnect 1'.


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