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Cannot exit ssh conserver connection to cisco terminal server.

Nikkolai.Jones Nikkolai.Jones@rbs.com
Wed, 5 Aug 2009 11:58:34 GMT

I am testing a ssh conserver connection to a cisco terminal server attached to the serial ILOM of a Sun M4000 sparc server running solaris 10. I have the following configuration in my conserver.cf:
default cisco { type exec; execsubst H=cs; exec ssh H; }
console server1234 { include cisco; host ciscotest1; }
Now connection to the serial console through conserver works fine and I have a shell, but the problem arises when I want to exit the user in the ssh shell. When I type "exit" to exit the user ( who I have previously su up to ), it disconnects the ssh session and then reconnects.  
So it appears that the ssh connection is trapping my exit rather than the shell I'm logged into. Do I need to spawn my ssh connection in a different way ?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Nikkolai Jones
Unix Systems Administrator
RBS Global Banking & Markets
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