I ran this successfully:
my $ip ='xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx';
my $pass = 'somepassword';
my $ssh = Net::SSH::Expect->new(
host => $ip,
password => $pass,
user => 'yagna',
raw_pty => 1
my $login_output = $ssh->login();
my $who = $ssh->exec("who");
Can you try with a login that is other than root? It is possible that you have changed config to allow root access via ssh.
Let me know how it goes. Are you using perl on unix Or Perl on windows?
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