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I am writing a script to do a Cisco Switch backup.

I already have Cgwin installed.

I need help with the batch script syntax.

ssh ciscosw1
 echo username admin
 echo password admin
copy run tftp 192.168.1.1
send return

 
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parparov earned 500 total points
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You cannot echo a password into ssh - it is not read from standard input.

You can do it via Expect or through existing Perl/Python ssh wrappers only.
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I thought so too. Thanks.
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