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so_2
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Quit from GSP

Hi all,

How to Quit from GSp prompt from console screen.

With Regards
SO
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Sergejs Svitnevs
Honored Contributor

Re: Quit from GSP

Enter a coommand at the prompt: CO
Torsten.
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Re: Quit from GSP

This depends of your server model.

On some there is an option "X" for exit.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Chan 007
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Re: Quit from GSP

Hi,

cntl-b - go back to one level below
cntl-] - close the GSP (Square bracket - ^])

Chan
AwadheshPandey
Honored Contributor

Re: Quit from GSP

Pls see the doc attached for details.
you can use x from exit to gsp prompt, try he command for any help.

Cheers,

Awadhesh
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Andrew Rutter
Honored Contributor

Re: Quit from GSP

hi,

just type co

co

in lower case to take you back to console

Andy
Jeff Schussele
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Re: Quit from GSP

Hi,

Just a warning about using ctrl-] - this quits a telnet session.
Make *sure* you've logged out of any console session because if you don't *anybody* that attaches to the console will already be at a logged in *root* session - not a good thing.

My 2 cents,
Jeff
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BPatrick
Trusted Contributor

Re: Quit from GSP

You can use co to go to the console mode, to go back to GSP use CTRL B
Torsten.
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Re: Quit from GSP

In fact, the disconnect for the older GSP types is not mentioned in the documentation. IMHO the only way is to exit the OS session and go back to the GSP prompt. Now it's save to exit/end the telnet session, e.g. closing the window or do the ^].

Another way is the "DI" command, this will disconnect *ALL* LAN connections to the GSP.

On the serial console every CTRL B will prompt you for the password, so it's save to leave the console in CO mode at the getty prompt.

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Sivakumar TS
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Re: Quit from GSP

Hi,

Ctrl B

or

CO

It shoudlw work!

Rgards

Siva
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Florian Heigl (new acc)
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Re: Quit from GSP

I opt for 'DI' - while it's got a potential of messing up the configuration it at least works and disconnects.

- going to a console session won't disconnect
- disconnecting Your remote session won't disconnect

anyone with network or physical access to Your GSP will be able to reset and possibly boot to singleuser mode unless You're disconnecting properly.

(of course this is almost irrelevant if You have a bad GSP password.)
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