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Re: How to debug a perl module

by rich_d_thomas (Sexton)
on Nov 17, 2010 at 10:37 UTC ( #871976=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to How to debug a perl module

Hi marto and zentara,

Thanks both for your advice.

I have got some results from bit of what each of you have said.

I have used tcpdump and I can see that the perl script sends the command and the Cisco ASA replies to the command, but for some reason, the script behaves as if the device did not reply

I have not looked into SSH timeout prevention, as the timeout that I'm talking about isn't the type that the SSH timeout prevention addresses. What I mean by timeout is the script not appearing to receive the data from the sevice and the call to cmd() funtion hangs, until the timeout value of seconds is reached and it continues once this happens.

I'll have a look at the other suggestions you have both made soon, but I wanted to report back on things I have found so far.

Thanks,

Richard.

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