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Unix script using telnet

Posted on 2003-11-19
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hi,

I would like to write a unix scribt (sh or bash) to telnet to a network equipments and authenticate and do some commands and log the output of these commands to a file.
any help please. thanks
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Check this out... it's a tool to help make an automatic telnet script, and you can redirect the output to a local file!  Sounds like just what you need!

http://expect.nist.gov/

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