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Re: How to access ... ?

Rob bvoip-rob@pabut.org
Thu, 26 Aug 2010 21:22:02 GMT

If you use putty .... you can configure a "remote command" in the
putty config that gets executed upon connect to your conserver .. the
remote command would simply be the command you typed below ... with
the correct values filled in.

You could setup a putty "saved session" for EACH console you need to
connect to .... then it's a matter of launching putty .... clicking
the desired session on you're o the console (assuming you've exchanged
ssh keys) .... if need be you could even setup shortcuts in windows
that launch a desired session automagically ....

I'd send you some screen shots ... but I'm not on a Windows box right now :)

--> Rob

On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 4:09 PM, Dave Grubb <davidagrubb@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I just installed conserver to log and manage the output of 50 different
> devices. It works very nicely and I'm very happy with the results but I've
> been asked for a way for Windows users to connect to those devices through a
> mixture of typical Windows-based terminal software (PuTTY, Tera Term etc.,).
> Right now, I'm using console to connect:
> $ console -M <IP address> -p <port> <console name>
> Which takes me straight to the requested terminal. Is there any way I can
> achieve similar results without using console?
> Dave.
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