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Write a script to login to remote server

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Need to write a script to login to a remote server.  
say the server IP is 145.28.135.125
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by:Hugh McCurdy
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This is rather difficult to answer without knowing which program you wish to use.  Choices include rlogin, telnet and ssh.  

The script for rlogin and ssh become trivial if you use alternate authentication.  Alternate authentication can be insecure.  (rlogin and telnet can be insecure, period).

By ssh, I mean ssh2.
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by:Hugh McCurdy
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I like Arnold's answer.  Should have thought of it myself.  You get to use ssh that way.
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by:taaz
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i open the putty and connect to the remote server. and now i want to write a script that when i run it, it connects to the server without me opening the putty and enter the ip address (ssh).

Does the script by Arnold is the solution to that?
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by:taaz
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thanks
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To be clear, the script in the link is not mine.
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