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Re: Cisco router configuration?

by Dragonfly (Priest)
on Aug 16, 2001 at 02:28 UTC ( #105214=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Cisco router configuration?

What model router is it that you're trying to configure? I had a couple Perl scripts that I used in the administration and configuration of the Cisco DSL routers, but they were the home models running the CBOS and not the standard Cisco IOS. However, they use Net::Telnet and seemed to invariably work without any problems, so maybe I can help you out.

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Re: Re: Cisco router configuration?
by traveler (Parson) on Aug 16, 2001 at 20:52 UTC
    I have some 2500s and 2600s (Ethernet/WAN routers) using IOS. I really need the serial part (the Net::Telnet and/or SNMP portions should not be too hard :-)) so I can send a break on boot and access the ROM monitor...

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