I was practising on a CLI in a lab the other day when a tutor simultaneously logged onto the router and sent me a message through the CLI. I did not know how to reply. Does anybody have an idea how this is done (or whether it was just a feature of the lab set up)
Or you can send it to everyone who is using a vty session on the device if you don't know the particular vty session though I think you can determine that with a "show user" or show line command. It fun to mess around with people who don't the command. :-)
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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