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Need Net::Telnet example(can execute my own script)

Hi everybody,

Anybody who know how to use Net::Telnet module to execute my own script?Not only to execute system command.
Please advise.
Thanks.
Oct 23 '07 #1
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Hi everybody,

Anybody who know how to use Net::Telnet module to execute my own script?Not only to execute system command.
Please advise.
Thanks.
I have not used Net::Telnet. However, after looking at the docs I don't believe that there is a method to execute your script(s). If someone knows otherwise please advise.
Oct 23 '07 #2
Your post needs to be a little more clear. What do you want to do with Net:Telnet?

I wanted to use Net::Telnet to connect to DecServers to automate logging out all known active ports. A task that is very time consuming manually, and almost always causes me to enter commands more than once, due to fat finger errrors.

I use Net::Telnet to get that task completed, now. I was able to load the module on my windows xp pro workstation, and develop the script in under an hour. Now, I have a nice little script to call, of course I'm tweaking it more, but that's the fun part.

So, what do you want to do exactly? What have you tried? I found some examples by googling 'Net::Telnet Examples'. Not all returned entries were spot-on, but I got enough of a clue, along with the doc to get me going.

Cheers
Feb 6 '08 #3

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