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RLOGIN to a CS1K (Win)

This procedure describes how to configure PuTTY (the well known Windows SSH, Telnet and Rlogin client) to connect to a CS1000 using rlogin. It only applies to pre-Release 7.5 systems.

In most cases you will want to disable the Windows Firewall, and/or "Allow ICMP echo requests" (Windows XP: Network > Local Area Connection > Advanced Settings), in order to stop the connection randomly dropping.

Download the latest version of PuTTY.

WarningUPDATE: From Rel 7.5, the preferred connection type is SSH (not Rlogin). Simply enter the CS1K IP address in the host name box and hit connect. Auto-login username & Local username remain blank. The following rlogin procedure only applies to older systems.

1Copy PuTTY to a PC connectd to the ELAN.
Double click it, and the configuration window opens:

- Enter the Call Server IP address in the Host Name box.
- Select the Protocol as Rlogin, Port is 513.
- Enter a name in Saved Sessions
- Click Save to store the session


NOTE: Click on the images for a larger view!

PuTTY Configuration
2Click on the Data * item in the left menu tree:

- Set the Auto-login username to CPSID
- Change the Terminal-type String to vt220

* was 'Connection' in older versions.

PuTTY - set CPSID
3Click on the Rlogin item in the left tree menu:

- Set the Local username to CPSID



4Click the Session item again in the left tree menu:

- Click Save again to store the changes.
PuTTY - set CPSID
5Click on Open to open the connection and an Rlogin session.

Hit enter a couple of times, and login with the LOGI command.



NOTE: Make sure there are 3 PTY's (pseudo-tty's) built.
If not, add them in case one locks up.

PuTTY Terminal

CPSID arguments:

You can change the CPSID as follows:

eg, rlogin CPSID1110 will login with MTC, SCH and BUG messages on the port.

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