Telnet and SSH Maintenance Commands

Posted on August 20, 2009. Filed under: CCNA, ICND1 break down | Tags: , , , |


We have disscussed telnet and ssh previously, here we will learn a few more telnet and ssh adminstrative commands.

Use command “show sessions” to get information about multiple telnet sessions.

Use command “show user” to see who has Telnet sessions to your router.

Use command “terminal monitor” to enable a Telnet session to receive console messages.

To disconnect a session, use command “disconnect 1“, where 1 is the session number.

To suspend a Telnet session, use CTRL-Shift-6 key sequence.

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