Not that I know of. But if you find a way to do it, it would be real handy for telnet access to routers that I am using a telnet login and password for access from public ips! this would allow me to then access the router configs from home or when i'm traveling. Can do it now but I set up the sec vty line for config access. the first to allow access via dynamic access lists. but going to vty 3 or 4 would be better.
This question was posted in this forum, a few days/weeks back, and somebody had responded with the "rotary X" command. This does work, the connection will be forced to always connect to the specified vty number.
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