CLI Analyzer does not work on any of the devices I have 2FA enabled on... After entering my username/password and connecting with SSH I get the prompt to accept the SSH Key then a black screen where I should get the 2-factor challenge and can't proceed beyond there.
If I use PuTTY, this is the normal login process:
User Access Verification
Username: (myusername) Password: (mypassword)
Enter a response from your token with serial number ######-#####. hostname1>
I recently updated to MacOS Big Sur and I have noticed CLI Analyzer will disappear completely from my screen and dock without notice. I can be typing on a console session and boom, its just gone. There are no errors, and I can re-open it like n...
The Cisco CLI Analyzer is a standalone SSH client infused with Cisco TAC Intellectual Capital, and is available for Windows and Mac OS X platforms.
The TAC Data Collection tool is part of the CLI Analyzer and allows automatic collection of d...
The minimum software and hardware required in order to run the Cisco CLI Analyzer are as follows. (as of Version 2.1)
Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit)
Mac OS X versions 10.9 (Mavericks) or later
2 gigabytes (GB...
Console Context Menu - Ping
Console Context Menu - Search cisco.com
Console Context Menu - open SSH connection
Console – How to connect
Console – Send break
Contextual Help & Highlighting (CHH)
CHH - Request Content
Credential Profiles ...