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Anders Nordby email@example.com
Thu, 20 Mar 2003 12:29:36 -0800 (PST)
Hi, I've attached my "solution" to this, which I sent to the list some time back. You're probably better off using direct connections instead of piping telnet, though. On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 12:07:25PM -0800, Richard Zinar wrote: > > Hi, > > > > I've just started using conserver (V7.2.6). Most of our hosts are > > Solaris boxes connected to a WTI console server (CMS-16 model). > > The conserver.cf file resembles the following: > > LOGDIR=/var/log/consoles > TIMESTAMP=1ha > > > > holmium :|telnet wti11.admin.sc.p4pnet.net 2103::&.log::1 > lithium :|telnet wti3.admin.sc.p4pnet.net 2109::&.log::1 > radon :|telnet wti10.admin.sc.p4pnet.net 2104::&.log::1 > > > > %% > > > > allow: 10.0.0.0/8 > allow: 172.16.0.0/12 > allow: 192.168.0.0/16 > allow: p4pnet.net > > > > I can successfully connect to a console, but when I send > > a break using "CTRL-e c l 0", it's ignored (though I do > > see a "halt sent" message). I tried setting the break field > > to "2", which some postings suggested was an alternate > > break sequence for Solaris, but that doesn't work either. > > > > Nothing been's done on the Solaris side to disable breaks . > > Am I overlooking something obvious. Thanks ... > > > > -Richard > _______________________________________________ > users mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://www.conserver.com/mailman/listinfo/users -- Anders.
Hello, Just wanted to say thanks for making/maintaining wonderful software. I went through some problems to be able to SEND break signal to some Sun machines through conserver + piped telnet + a Cisco 2511 access server, but finally solved it. Thought I'd share my solution. In conserver.cf, put: BREAK3=^]send brk\n The ^] needs to be HEX 0A (in vi: control + alt gr + 9 on my Sun). Of course, one can always send control + alt gr + 9 on the keyboard directly and type send brk, but I prefer to have everything set up to be available through ^ec<foo> which is described by the help that is showed when running console. I also need to log some more stuff (like which users attaches/deattaches from consoles, the time they do this (when attaching/deattaching)), but I suppose I'll figure that out. If anyone has some patches/tips in regards to logging more than the default, let me know. Regards, -- Anders. _______________________________________________ users mailing list email@example.com https://www.conserver.com/mailman/listinfo/users