dispatch-character — line
The character that causes a packet to be sent
This command defines the character that causes a packet to be sent. Setting the dispatch character
causes the router to buffer a group of characters into a packet before sending them to the remote host.
ascii-number is the decimal value of the desired character.
The following example sets the Enter key (ASCII 13) as the dispatch character for virtual terminals 1 through 4.
line vty 1 4 dispatch-character 13