Old Annex question

John Adams jna at retina.net
Sat Feb 12 22:17:10 CST 2011


I remember maintaining a fleet of these back in the day. I believe
it's just the standard escape character Ctrl-] ?

Maybe this document helps?
http://www.marine.csiro.au/~dpg/sysManDocs/annex_man.pdf

-j


On Sat, Feb 12, 2011 at 8:00 PM, Brian Feeny <bfeeny at mac.com> wrote:
>
> Sad but true, I still have a few of these in operation as terminal servers.  In reading the documentation I could find it wasn't clear to me how to solve my issue.  I use these to manage Cisco routers.
>
> How can I connect to a server, and then drop back to the CLI, so I can then connect to another server, and keep switching back and forth?  I thought I could just set the attn_string to say "^A" and then I could just hit that and it would work, but it doesn't seem to.  I basically want to emulate the same functionality you can get when you do ^^x on a Cisco terminal server (2509/2511/etc).
>
> here is how its configured right now:
>
> %rotary
> host1:                          1 at 172.16.1.10
> host2:                          2 at 172.16.1.10
> host3:                          3 at 172.16.1.10
> %gateway
> annex 172.16.1.10
> net default gateway 172.16.1.1 metric 1 hardwired
> end
>
> So I connect to my annex by telnetting to 172.16.1.10, then I type say host1, but I want to drop back to the CLI, any ideas how to escape to CLI once connected?
>
> I figured that since many of you are from my same era and these were popular with ISP's of the day, someone here may know......
>
> Brian
>
>
>




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