Posted by: Yasir Irfan
Cisco Tips, How to send message to one telnet users from a Cisco Router or Cisco Switch?, Network Technologies and Trends, Network Tips, router tips, send *, Switch Tips, telnet message, Telnet Tips, TTY, VTY
In my last article we know how to send a message to all telnet users in a Cisco Router or a Cisco Switch using “send” command. This command can also use to send a message any particular telnet users. It’s quite simple.
Long in to your Cisco Device and look for current telnet users, by using a “show users” command
Line User Host(s) Idle Location
1 vty 0 netmgr idle 00:00:49 10.0.0.5
2 vty 1 yasir idle 00:00:16 10.0.0.5
* 3 vty 2 yasir idle 00:00:00 10.0.0.7
Interface User Mode Idle Peer Address
If you want to send a message to vty session 1 then do as follows.
Enter message, end with CTRL/Z; abort with CTRL/C:
Dear User netmgr please log off as we need to change your password
Send message? [confirm]^Z
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