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Re: Telnet Question

2000-05-17 15:54:56
Subject: Re: Telnet Question
From: chuberdeau AT avdl DOT com
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com
Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 15:54:56 -0400
Hi Frank,

     I did not know about PERL with telnet module....  can you send me a
exemple.
May be it will be better for me...

Thanks

Christian




"Frank W. Hansen" <fhansen AT mindspring DOT com> on 2000-05-17 17:00:10

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Brad,

you really have two options. The first is using PERL and the telnet module.  I
have
a couple of samples that I could send you.  The second is to use expect.  Either
way you will be doing some coding.


Brad Martin wrote:

> How can I perform non-interactive telnet session from a script that runs from
an
> AIX machine? I would like to write a script that will telnet to a Cisco device
> and issue specific commands. I'm not sure how to establish the telnet login
and
> then pass the commands.
>
> Brad Martin
> MetLife
>
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Brad,

you really have two options. The first is using PERL and the telnet module.  I have a couple of samples that I could send you.  The second is to use expect.  Either way you will be doing some coding.
 

Brad Martin wrote:

How can I perform non-interactive telnet session from a script that runs from an
AIX machine? I would like to write a script that will telnet to a Cisco device
and issue specific commands. I'm not sure how to establish the telnet login and
then pass the commands.

Brad Martin
MetLife

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Best Regards,

Frank W. Hansen
Tivoli Certified Enterprise Consultant
www.EnterpriseInnovations.com
 
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