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Ctrl-Shift-6-X combination for telnet

I can not use Ctrl-Shift-6-X key combination for suspending telnet connections. I'm telnetting to router A then telnetting to router B through A. In this case Ctrl-Shift-6-X key combination should suspend the second telnet session. But it's not working. I'm using turkish-Q keyboard and CRT application for telnet.

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Re: Ctrl-Shift-6-X combination for telnet

Hi,

are you sure you are pressing the keys correctly?

Press Ctrl-Shift-6, then release all keys, and press x finally.

If it still doesn't work I'd try another application for Telnet (TeraTerm, e.g.).

Regards,

Milan

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Re: Ctrl-Shift-6-X combination for telnet

Hi,

are you sure you are pressing the keys correctly?

Press Ctrl-Shift-6, then release all keys, and press x finally.

If it still doesn't work I'd try another application for Telnet (TeraTerm, e.g.).

Regards,

Milan

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Thanks milan.kulik

Thanks milan.kulik

it worked for me

after releasing Ctrl-Shift-6 instanltly we need to press "x"

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Re: Ctrl-Shift-6-X combination for telnet

Actually, Crtl-Shift-6 x should suspend the first telnet. To go multiple layers, use Ctrl-Shift-6-6 x (two deep) or Ctrl-Shift-6-6-6 x (three deep). I haven't needed more than three deep but you get the point.

hope this helps

tim

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