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sending ctrl-shift-6-x to a tty line

Hi

I have a 2500 router attached to a terminal server network. This is my means of access to devices attached to a number of terminal servers i.e. I telnet to the router and from there I telnet to the terminal server on a particular port number e.g. 10.1.1.1 2009. What I would like to know is how I can send the escape sequence to that tty line?

Thank You

Donagh

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Re: sending ctrl-shift-6-x to a tty line

no it the the # of the session you have open if youe session to line 20 is your 3rd session then it is ctrl 6 6 6 x

do a sh sessions

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Re: sending ctrl-shift-6-x to a tty line

the key element is the '6' , depending on how many tty sessions you have open , this is the amount of times you hit the 6 key ,

Foe example if you have 2 tty sessions you do a cntl shift 6 6 x , 4 sessions would be ctrl sh 6 6 6 6 x

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Re: sending ctrl-shift-6-x to a tty line

Thanks for your swift response. How does the number of 6's correspond to a tty line e.g.if you have a session to tty line 20 are you supposed to hit 6 20 times? or if you have a session to tty line 12 do you hit 12 6's? there must be an easier way?

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Re: sending ctrl-shift-6-x to a tty line

no it the the # of the session you have open if youe session to line 20 is your 3rd session then it is ctrl 6 6 6 x

do a sh sessions

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Re: sending ctrl-shift-6-x to a tty line

that works - thank you.

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