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CHAPTER 5: IP ADDRESSING IP ADDRESSING
MULTILINK ML1200 MANAGED FIELD SWITCH – INSTRUCTION MANUAL 5–7
ML1200(user)## useraccess user=peter service=telnet enable
Telnet Access Enabled.
ML1200# show session
SL# Sessn Id Connection User Name User Mode
1 1 184.108.40.206 manager Manager
2 2 220.127.116.11 peter Manager
3 3 18.104.22.168 operator Operator
kill session id=3
In the above example, the user with username “peter” is given telnet access. Then multiple
users telnet into the switch. This is shown using the
show session command. The user
operator session is then terminated using the
kill session command.
A maximum of four simultaneous telnet sessions are allowed at any time on the switch.
The commands in these telnet windows are executed in a round robin fashion; that is, if
one window takes a long time to finish a command, the other windows may encounter a
delay before the command is completed. For example, if one window is executing a file
download, the other windows will not be able to execute the command before the file
transfer is completed. As well, if a outbound telnet session is started from the switch
(through a telnet window) then other windows will not be able to execute a command until
the telnet session is completed.