^R5 is for use by authorized users only. You are on linenumber: $(line)^
How is this work?I dont know the meaning of the metachars..
$line will show which VTY you are connected on. It's like using variables in programming or what were you confused about?
Good to see you here Daniel
"$line" is what i confused about,what specify that usage of the metachars?Is this a language ?I want to know if there is any document shows you the how to use it correcyly.
I know that you can use metachars to facilitate EEM to be more versatile,like append the result of a command to the output of EEM.
"$line" is what i confused about
The only information I can find in the documentation iw here http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/fundamentals/configuration/guide/cf_connections_ps6441_TSD_Products_Configuration_Guide_Chapter.html#wp1001462
So you have line, line-desc domain, and hostname
I'm not sure if there are any others though!
Thanks.It gives me a hard time to search related info..I dont even know what is the function called..
finally,i found out what is the function that appends command result to EEM output called.Its built-in Variable of EEM.