I am testing an ATA-192MPP on firmware 11-1-0MPP0401-002 . I've found the SSH function which I have been hoping for at least 5-7 years. I am able to login via SSH but once I get in I receive a second set of login/password prompts that I can actually skip by hitting enter or typing ?.. is this a bug or is the second set or prompts meant for Cisco to login as "root" or otherwise?
When I get the DEBUG> prompt, I'm logged in...but then get a password prompt I can skip...after that it replies with the output of my "?" command.
Router#ssh email@example.com Password:[PASSWORDHERE] login: [PRESS ENTER TO SKIP] DEBUG>? Password:? [ENTER OR ? TO SKIP]
dial port <number> dn <phone number>
call answer port <number>
call end port <number> end the current call on this port
call end port <number> all
end all calls on this port
call hold port <number>
call resume port <number>
call transfer port <number> initiate
call transfer port <number> complete
call conference port <number> complete
reboot powercycle phone, please be careful to use it
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