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doubt ! help me

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my perl code:

system("start Telnet bnaxqa14");


here it opens the telnet page but whta i want to do is that in my perl code i must able to type login and pwd for the telnet page(dont want to type in telnet itself but in perl i have to do and reflect the change) and get inside the telnet page to access an xml



thank you please help me!
Feb 23 '08 #1
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try the following
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  1. system('plink -pw mypass username@machine');
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let me know if it helps

-Nagendra Pidaparthy


my perl code:

system("start Telnet bnaxqa14");


here it opens the telnet page but whta i want to do is that in my perl code i must able to type login and pwd for the telnet page(dont want to type in telnet itself but in perl i have to do and reflect the change) and get inside the telnet page to access an xml



thank you please help me!
Feb 23 '08 #2

P: 14
Plink (PuTTY Link)

In order to use Plink, the file plink.exe will need either to be on your PATH or in your current directory

you can get the plink.exe from Internet

-Nagendra Pidaparthy
Feb 23 '08 #3

KevinADC
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Look into the Net::Telnet module
Feb 23 '08 #4

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