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Re: Conserver + RSC ports?

Nicholas Penney nicholas@penney.name
Thu, 23 Jan 2003 03:14:56 -0800 (PST)


Yes, I would really like to be able to use conserver to connect to the
RSC, using telnet or ssh, and drop me directly to the console prompt.

Can you show me an example of one of your conserver config lines from a
host using and RSC (changing any names etc. as necessary)?

Trevor Fiatal said:
> Nicholas Penney wrote:
>> I am currently running conserver version 7.2.2 utilising several Perle
>> CS9000's for a whole bunch of assorted Sun servers.
>> I was wondering if anyone has successfully set up conserver to use the
>> RSC ports thta are available on newer sun harware (such as V800's)?
>> If so, could you give me an example on how to set this up from your
>> conserver.cf file?
> We are using conserver to manage the serial ports on our RSC cards, but
> we're not doing anything particularly interesting with them.  We treat
> them as regular console ports, attached to Cisco 32-port async serial
> cards in 2600/3600 chassis.  It would be nice if we had a script which
> would automatically log in to the RSC card and switch to the redirected
> console connection, but it hasn't been enough of an annoyance to
> actually automate the process.
> Were you, perhaps, referring to the use of conserver to manage each RSC
> card like a single-port console server, via telnet?
> -Trevor
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