Mostly for my own reference. I really need to practice using the Delete Buffer commands and Ctrl-R Refesh as part of my muscle memory.
Fixing the Right Click Paste action of PuTTY to prevent mistakes when copy and pasting.
This is a quick look at the serial console program for Mac OSX called goSerial. There are not many serial consoles programs available and I wanted to review this for my own use.
David Sudjiman show us how to save and reload Cisco IOS configurations from the command line in Dynamips / Dynagen.
While it may be a personal preference for me, I believe that you should only use the mouse when you don’t know what are doing. If you have a repetitive task, then clicking the same thing over and over shows that you are poor engineer. Lets hack putty to work from the command line.
Putty is is a great piece of software. Because it works and it’s free I find it installed on most corporate desktops as the default software for terminal client on Windows but not everyone seems to know how to set the defaults.
This is a feature that I used to use years ago, but had forgotten about. For some reason, I remembered it today and it is still as useful as it ever was. Read on…
I get asked this question just often enough to post an article. When you have enabled ‘term mon’, how do you turn it off ? How can you tell it’s working ? And so on.
Sometimes when I talking with other engineers about connecting a console or terminal to a router, they don’t use the right terms. So, here is an article that covers the conventions for the terms console, monitor and terminal.
Does pressing “Ctrl-Shift-6 & x” bother you ? It bugs the hell the out of me.