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Re^2: Router Backup.pl failing (operator error no doubt)

by rmagin (Initiate)
on Feb 15, 2013 at 14:04 UTC ( #1018895=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Router Backup.pl failing (operator error no doubt)
in thread Router Backup.pl failing (operator error no doubt)

Thanks toolic, I thought it was a tick issue also. I tried the commenting out and saw that it ran clean on check but failed on execution

I then tried placing the ticks so that the old progression should be calling the variable it still started spitting errors but this time from line 28. Too frustrating for what I don't actually want anyway.

I have decided this is not what I want anyway. I used to have a super simple perl script that just called an EXPECT script and the router-file so that the EXPECT can telnet from a router-file into all the various equipment we have and send via tftp the configs down and then the perl moved it to its various sub directory dated and named so that if someone did an edit they could just run the expect script to their own router file to do repeated sequential downloads of one router if they are doing many edits...or they could run the script calling the entire router-file...

I think I will just have to find my old harddrives and see if I can find it. It is not something I would expect someone to already have ready made, after all it took me a good bit to get the scripts right and sanity checked and I hate reinventing the wheel. Thank you again for taking a look, rmagin

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[marto]: clever stuff
[Corion]: marto: Thanks for pointing me to Tinc - I found at least some article that suggests that what I want would be possible with Tinc. Now I can try that out :)
[marto]: I think you can do what you want without too much hassle, but yeah, please try and let me know if it works well :)
[marto]: sadly I've still not remembered the name of that x86 all in one we discussed
[Corion]: marto: Heh - I looked at the Intel things and they were all at EUR 80 or upwards, and that's a bit too much (or rather, for that money, I'd look for a NAS already)

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