CGobbo at carnival
Feb 12, 2002, 6:08 AM
Post #3 of 4
But you would need to have a login and password for the RSC port. Then pass
the commands for console. I just have to find the time to write a script
that will connect and pass the correct commands to the rsc.
Connected to somehost-rsc
Escape character is '^]'.
RSC version 2.1 (somehost-rsc)
Please login: conuser
Please Enter password:
From: Trevor Fiatal [mailto:trevor [at] seven]
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2002 4:23 AM
To: Gobbo, Carl (CCL)
Cc: users [at] conserver
Subject: Re: Sun RSC console
"Gobbo, Carl (CCL)" wrote:
> Currently I have configured a few portmasters connected to our serial
> with conserver controlling our consoles. We have been recently expanding
> and upgrading to Sun 280R systems in our Data Center. They all come with
> the RSC port that allows remote console access. I like the added features
> of the RSC port over serial, but I don't like how it logs. I would also
> like to keep a consistent face on how to connect to all of our servers.
> Rather then connecting up more servers to the portmaster (we are almost at
> the point of needing yet another one), I would like to let conserver use
> RSC network port. Does anyone have some of these configurations?
This one is remarkably easy, actually. If you think of the RSC card as a
single-port terminal server on tcp/23, you get something like this in your
somehost:!somehost-rsc [at] conserver-hos:23:&.log:10m
You need a DNS entry for 'somehost-rsc' mapping to the IP of the RSC card.
Everything else should be obvious.
Hope this helps.
Trevor Fiatal -- trevor [at] seven -- http://www.seven.com/
650.862.3715 (work/mobile) <-- Note new number!