Command:

transport output

Mode:

Router(config-line)#


Syntax:

transport output {all | lat | mop | nasi | none | pad | rlogin | telnet | v120}

no transport output


Syntax Description:

all

Selects all protocols.

lat

Selects the Digital LAT protocol, which is the protocol used most often to connect routers to Digital hosts.

mop

Selects Maintenance Operation Protocol (MOP).

nasi

Select NetWare Access Server Interface (NASI) as the output transport protocol.

none

Prevents any protocol selection on the line. The system normally assumes that any unrecognized command is a host name. If the protocol is set to none, the system no longer makes that assumption. No connection will be attempted if the command is not recognized.

pad

Selects X.3 PAD, used most often to connect routers to X.25 hosts.

rlogin

Selects the UNIX rlogin protocol for TCP connections. The rlogin setting is a special case of Telnet. If an rlogin attempt to a particular host has failed, the failure will be tracked, and subsequent connection attempts will use Telnet instead.

telnet

Selects the TCP/IP Telnet protocol. It allows a user at one site to establish a TCP connection to a login server at another site.

v120

Select the V.120 protocol for outgoing asynchronous over ISDN connections.

 


Command Description:

To determine the protocols that can be used for outgoing connections from a line, use the transport output line configuration command. The default setting is Telnet.

You can specify one protocol, multiple protocols, all protocols, or no protocols. To specify multiple protocols, enter the keyword for each protocol, separated by a space. 

Any settings made with the transport output command override settings made with the transport preferred command.


Example:

The following example prevents any protocol selection:

Router(config-line)#transport output none


Misconceptions:

 

None


Related commands:

 

transport input

 


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