Re: Negating Telnet transparent on cisco 2600 doesnt work?
Just a guess, but connecting in RAW mode might get you the "clear" text passthrough you're looking for. Try connecting to port 4034 instead of 2034, which causes the router to not include all the telnet protocol garbage and translation. You could also try port 6034. Here's a URL that shows some of the other connection methods you can use by port; it's not a great description but I had trouble finding a better one. Look at Table 3.
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