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RE: conserver.cf: raw vs telnet

Scola, Thomas Thomas.Scola@rbccm.com
Fri, 3 Mar 2006 07:47:14 -0800 (PST)

Ah-hah, I've found the problem with my previous test cases. Instead of 

	default mycisco { type host; host mycisco; }
	console myhost { include mycisco; port 2001; }

what I actually in my .cf file was:

	default mycisco { type host; host mycisco; portbase 2000; portinc 1; }
	console myhost { include mycisco; port 2001; }

I didn't understand what the "portbase" option meant; I thought it was

It turns out that if you connect to a Cisco on port 2XXX, the Cisco will use
the telnet protocol, if you connect on port 4XXX, it will use raw. So it was
the Cisco that was forcing raw mode, not conserver.

I apologize for the confusion.

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