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Old 05-04-2005, 12:42 PM
pr2k pr2k is offline
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how to send anti-idle string

Hi,
i need to send an anti-idle message to some of my switches (telecommunications) so my connection stays up at all times. I found some information in the help menu such as sending an Oct string like /r for a carriege return, but all when the string gets send to the switch it shows as /r or whatever other value i setup in the anti-idle space. If someone could show me the right way to send the string i will appreciated. I am using secureCRT to telnet into the switches.
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Old 05-04-2005, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by pr2k
Hi,
i need to send an anti-idle message to some of my switches (telecommunications) so my connection stays up at all times. I found some information in the help menu such as sending an Oct string like /r for a carriege return, but all when the string gets send to the switch it shows as /r or whatever other value i setup in the anti-idle space. If someone could show me the right way to send the string i will appreciated. I am using secureCRT to telnet into the switches.
I believe it should be \r or \015 not /r.

Does that help.

--Jeff
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Old 05-05-2005, 10:31 AM
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Your are right, my stupidity got the best of me. Thanks
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