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Re: working with Cisco's from misspeak




I use a lynksys wireless router and  use something a friend
pointed me at called badbox that lets me telnet and ssh to the
box.

SveaSoft is another option 

>>>>> "Jason" == Jason White <jasonw@ariel.its.unimelb.edu.au> writes:
    Jason> On Sat, May 06, 2006 at 12:09:14PM +1000, Bart Bunting
    Jason> wrote:
    >> Just wondering what people are using to configure Cisco
    >> routers from within emacs?
    Jason> 
    Jason> I just acquired one to run my ADSL connection and
    Jason> networking at home. Once the software licencing
    Jason> details are sorted out (another story), I plan to use
    Jason> c-kermit to communicate with it over a serial line. Of
    Jason> course, after it's configured I will be able to
    Jason> connect via ssh as well.
    Jason> 
    Jason> http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/ Try this in Emacs
    Jason> shell mode. If the router sends out terminal escape
    Jason> sequences, there may be IOS commands you can use to
    Jason> prevent it. For example, set the number of lines on
    Jason> the terminal to 0 so that it won't use a pager while
    Jason> displaying output. From what little I have read of the
    Jason> documentation, it appears that IOS also supports the
    Jason> Kermit protocol for file transfers.
    Jason> 
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