Todd R. Stroup
tstroup at fibernet.net
Sat Oct 25 04:48:19 UTC 1997
Looking at the source for the looking-glass though it doesn't use the
username option for rsh command. When useing the cisco command below
don't you have to use the rsh username?
ip rcmd remote-host www 188.8.131.52 nobody
I changed the ip of the $ROUTER in lg.pl to
"www\@ipaddress.of.router" instead of "ipaddress.of.router"
which seems to work. I kept getting Permission Denied without it.
On Fri, 24 Oct 1997, Jay Stewart wrote:
> > I am a moron; I can't figure it out.
> > How do you make a cisco so that you can rsh into it (to use Mr. Kerns
> > looking glass)?
> ip rcmd rsh-enable
> ip rcmd remote-host name1 184.108.40.206 name2
> Name1 = Name you will use on rsh command line -l switch
> Name2 = name of account actually logged in to the client machine.
> Of course the IP number is the number of the host that will be
> sending RSH commands.
> Hope this helps.
> Jay Stewart
> Vice President
> Olympia Networking Services - "Olympia's Premier Internet Access"
> Phone (360) 753.3636 Fax (360) 357.6160 http://www.olywa.net/
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