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Just out of idle curiousity, what happens when you perform the steps manually - in other words open your own telnet session to the target server, manually type in the commands you think you're sending via your perl script - do you see the telnet session return text matching "0 Successful"? (Apologies if I'm missing something, as I'm not familiar with Net::Telnet)

Update: I found out I have Net::Telnet installed on my local system, so a quick perusal of the docs shows:

Debugging The typical usage bug causes a time-out error because you've ma +de incorrect assumptions about what the remote side actually sends +. The easiest way to reconcile what the remote side sends with your e +xpecta- tions is to use "input_log()" or "dump_log()". "dump_log()" allows you to see the data being sent from the rem +ote side before any translation is done, while "input_log()" shows you t +he results after translation. The translation includes converting + end of line characters, removing and responding to TELNET protocol com +mands in the data stream.

Maybe $telnet->dump_log() will help you out.



--chargrill
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In reply to Re: telnet waitfor problem by chargrill
in thread telnet waitfor problem by ultibuzz

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