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Re: Antwort: telenet question posted 05/12/2000
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Hi,Kai welsch,

I think you are right in normal telnet,
But when I use reverse telnet I type 'EXIT',
I can't return.Thank you for reply.
-----Original Message-----
From: Kai_Welsch@xxxxxxx <Kai_Welsch@xxxxxxx>
To: stiff <stiff.yu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 2000Äê5ÔÂ11ÈÕ 19:07
Subject: Antwort: telenet question

>When you use Ctrl+Shift+6+x    on r1 then you disconnect the session to r2.
>In that case you can´t reach r3 or r2
>When you are connected via telnet to r2 and then via telnet to r3 type only
>"exit" at r3 and you only disconnect the telnet session to r3.
>Thats the way
>Mit freundlichen Grüßen
>Kai Welsch / wk , GS KA  Systemengineer
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