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terminal server/reverse telnet server disconnect

I have a reverse telnet server (2620 with a async card and the octal cable)

I can terminal in fine but I can't get it to "kill" my session when I exit. I then have to go out and do a show line and <clear line tty 2033> This is irratiting me!!I seem to recall using a terminal server that would automatically log you out, return you to the terminal server. Any suggestions?

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Hall of Fame Super Bronze

Re: terminal server/reverse telnet server disconnect

It should log out all active sessions "if" you type exit on the terminal server session.

User Access Verification

Password:

Rack9Pod1>r1

Trying R1 (10.1.1.1, 2001)... Open

Rack1R1#

Rack9Pod1>exit

(You have open connections) [confirm]

Closing: r1 !

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Are you returning to the terminal server with CTRL+SHIFT+6?

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Edison.

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: terminal server/reverse telnet server disconnect

Jason

In addition to the suggestion from Edison to use exit, I typically use shift/CTRL/6 x to get back to the term server and then type disconnect to terminate the session to the remote.

HTH

Rick

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