I am on the CLI of router A. I telnet to Router B. I want to hop back to Router A so I enter CTRL+SHIFT+6x. I want to stay on Router A but when I hit enter the router automatically resumes my connection to router B.
Is there any way to disable this automatic resume feature?
Sorry to resurrect an ancient thread, but I have scoured the Internet for weeks and have been unable to have this same question answered.
I have the same question scottogden_2 has: how do we keep a vty session alive, but disable the 'hit return on a blank line to resume the last session'? In my Unix administration, I often use several blank lines in a row to separate output in my scrollback buffer/output logs, and this 'feature' breaks that flow completely on IOS devices; ergo, I want to have to explicitly use the 'resume' command to bring back a connected session.