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Re: telenet question posted 05/11/2000
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I thought I'd throw in my two cents to simplify this for you:

- the key is knowing how deep you are, i.e. how many routers you've telnetted
away from the first router.
- you can always get back to the first router by using  control-shift-6-x
- if you're at the last router and want to get back to the second router you've
telnetted to, use control-shift-66-x
- if you're at the last router and want to get back to the third router you've
telnetted to, use control-shift-666-x
- and so on

- as mentioned in a previous e-mail, you can use "exit" to get the previous
router; however, if you wanted to go back to that router again you would have
to telnet to it again.  If you use the control-shift-6-x method, you can just
press Return and you'll go back to the router (or use the session number and
press Return).  You also wouldn't want to use "exit" three times to go back
three routers they have to manually telnet to get back again, it's far too slow
and you really don't have time for it on the lab.  ;-)

Brian

"Lee, Vaughan" wrote:

> To return from R3 to R2, use the sequence Ctrl-Shift-6, Ctrl-Shift-6, x.
>
> You can daisy chain telnets between a number of routers, and move between
> them by using various numbers of escapes (Ctrl-shift-6). Escape, x moves you
> back to your 'root' router. Escape, escape, x moves you to one router down
> from the root. Escape, escape, escape, x moves you to two routers down from
> the root etc.
>
> I found this by accident, and although I don't use it often, have found
> occasions where it's useful.
>
> Regards,
> Vaughan
>
>
> Vaughan Lee, Network Specialist.
> CCIE #5250
> debis IT Services (UK) Ltd.
> E-mail: vaughan.lee@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Direct Phone: 01908 279561
> Direct Fax: 01908 279061
> http://www.debis.co.uk/ <http://www.debis.co.uk/>
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: stiff [mailto:stiff.yu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: 11 May 2000 09:59
> To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: telenet question
>
> hellow every,
> I have a simple question,when telnet from R1 to R2,the R2 to R3,
> I want to return from R3 to R2,I can't do it,because I use Ctrl+Shift+6+x
> I will return form R3 to R1.I need you help.
>
> regards
>
> --------------------------------------------------------
> YU JIAN CHUN
> CSD engineer of Datacraft-china ltd.
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> fax:(8610)65882110
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