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service not reflected in router configured to terminal server

Geethanjali
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi

I have a router accessed via terminal server. This terminal server is connected to NSO and i have set the NED proxy settings pointing to the actual device (router). Below are the settings.

 

So the expectation is that any service that i push to this terminal server should be reflected on the router. But what i see is that all service that i push to this device reflects on the terminal server and not the router. Am I missing any settings or there needs to be additional configuration parameters in the service that I developed to instruct NSO to push it to the connected router? Even in the NSO UI when i click on this device the details i see is pertaining to the terminal server.

 

admin@ncs% show devices device router-ios-1
address 10.78.241.213;
port 22;
ssh {
host-key ssh-rsa {
key-data "AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAAAgQC3rapN+QASQlIXL+nBy8ZnOvS3Ivh+QRua9kH5AZAq\ndPtmHvJz3ohreJxQISFzPinMCshhOfZdRFJmInoDKZc6rOrhSjwbLOv78FkGEnHwR43Hi7OS\nrXlZZRMjvSriIMTt7xnBpHYQVkGcF1GrjXzH/197OolMppyINCu5URM93w==";
}
}
authgroup mygroup;
device-type {
cli {
ned-id cisco-ios;
protocol ssh;
}
}
ned-settings {
cisco-ios {
connection {
number-of-retries 2;
time-between-retry 5;
prompt-timeout 15000;
send-login-newline true;
}
proxy {
remote-connection telnet;
remote-address 192.168.250.1;
remote-port 2066;
remote-name admin;
remote-password $8$8+P+i2mA6lAladFTy+dWqYdtP2ldCaygMZHQEn4QNOY=;
proxy-prompt "#";
proxy-prompt2 .*;
}
}
}

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