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Help!! How to quit service-module session?

Hi, On 2921, how do you quite service-module session and get back to the router?

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Re:Help!! How to quit service-module session?

CTRL-SHIFT-6 then "x"

You won't see output when you hit the first three (ensure you hold them ask down at the same time). When you hit "x", you'll drop back to the router session.

Note the session to the service module will still be active in the background (use show session to see)...which means when you hit "enter" on an empty router line you'll return to the service module session. Use "disconnect #" (where # is the session number listed in show session) to close the connection.

Good luck!

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Re:Help!! How to quit service-module session?

CTRL-SHIFT-6 then "x"

You won't see output when you hit the first three (ensure you hold them ask down at the same time). When you hit "x", you'll drop back to the router session.

Note the session to the service module will still be active in the background (use show session to see)...which means when you hit "enter" on an empty router line you'll return to the service module session. Use "disconnect #" (where # is the session number listed in show session) to close the connection.

Good luck!

Sent from Cisco Technical Support Android App

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Re:Help!! How to quit service-module session?

Thanks that helps!

One more question related. You would use service-module to access the EtherSwitch, how do you access the firewall then? Thanks.

Re:Help!! How to quit service-module session?

Not sure about the firewall.  Is that a specific module on your 2900?  If you search the Cisco site for the part number, you'll likely find a configuration guide somewhere that would have the necessary commands.  If you post the specific module here I'd be happy to help search.

Best regards,

Ed

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thanks for the tip!

thanks for the tip!

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