Re: [cisco-ttl] DSL interface boot

From: Serhat Uslay (serhat.uslay_at_zurich.com.au)
Date: Thu Jun 24 2004 - 05:00:27 GMT

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    Eger CiscoWorks var ise "job schedule " edebilirsin. Yok ise bir Unix
    sisteminde RSH kullanan bir cron task'i calistir ve komutu Cisco'da run
    et..

    example

    Configuring the target router
    CISCO
    The cisco router must be configured to accept rsh commands from the
    workstation which is running the ASpath-tree scripts. The administrator of
    the cisco router can perform the following configurations:
      ip rcmd remote-host <router-username> <remote-ip-address>
    <remote-username>
      ip rcmd rsh-enable

    where:
    <router-username> is the name of the rsh user enabled on the cisco router
    <remote-ip-address> is the IP address of the workstation (client) running
    the ASpath-tree scripts
    <remote-username> is the username on the client workstation which is
    allowed to remotely execute commands on the router
    For example if the cisco router is configured as follows
      ip rcmd remote-host router1 194.100.100.100 root
      ip rcmd rsh-enable

    The rsh command to be used is:
      rsh <router-address> -l <router-username> "conf t"
      rsh <router-address> -l <router-username> "int ser0"
      rsh <router-address> -l <router-username> "shut"
      rsh <router-address> -l <router-username> "no shut"

    Aynisi ni Windows da "rsh" kullanarak yapabilirsin.

    EN iyisi script yazip kontrol etmek..
    Bir de rsh calistirdigin interface' shut down etmemeye dikkat et....

    Serhat





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