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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Net Telnet and HP Procurve
Date Thu, 27 May 2010 22:12:20 GMT
On 27/05/2010, Chris Craven <chris.craven@doane.edu> wrote:
> Hello,
>
>  I am connecting to a Procurve 2650 switch over telnet.  It (the switch) is
>  returning gibberish along the lines of  [24;1HPress any key to continue
>  [1;1H [?25h [24;27H [2J [?7l [3;23r [?6l [24;27H [?25h [24;27H [?6l [.

Those look very much like escape sequences used to position the cursor etc.

>  I am able to send some data to the switch, but not much.  I am wondering if
>  this is a terminal type error since I was able to successfully connect to
>  and reboot a Cisco 1900 using the same method.

It looks to me like the Procurve thinks it is talking to a terminal
that undestands escape sequence. Perhaps there is a command to tell
the Procurve that it is talking to a dumb terminal.

>  Thank you for your thoughts in advance.
>
>
>  Chris
>

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