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Old 11-18-2020, 12:38 PM
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Force the user, Luke!

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Originally Posted by beeteep View Post
For instance, if I wanted to connect to the console of the device plugged into port 14 of the console server, I'd use the following SSH command:

ssh admin:14@10.10.10.10
What's clear in your example is that the username contains the "port", and the SSH server on the console is simply taking the username and peeling off the :14 from the username specified by the client in order to know where to redirect your connection.

To connect to the device at port 20 on the console server, just specify your username in SecureCRT as admin:20. For example:
Here's another example if you need to specify port 14 to this unique console server:
Everything else remains the same -- just the username seems to need to be specified to include the :port_number designation.

Let us know what you discover.

--Jake
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