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Hi i was trying the suggestion you gave me and i have some problems or nubs questions ... here is what i have

use Net::Telnet::Cisco; for ($i = 4; $i <= 10; $i++){ $device = "172.16.$i.251"; my $pe = $i; my %users = ("6" =>"none", ); my %pwds = ("6" =>"thispass", ); my $curpwd = "admin"; if (defined $pwds{$i}) { $curpwd = $pwds{$i}; } if ($users{$i} eq "none") { $session->login(Password => $curpwd); } else { $session->login(Name => 'admin', Password => $curpwd, Input_log => " +perllogrouter/router$i.log",); } $session->cmd ("sh running-config | redirect +$pe.txt"); $session->close; }

and this is the error i get when i try to run this


Name "main::device" used only once: possible typo at line 5.

Use of uninitialized value within %users in string eq at line 16.

Can't call method "login" on an undefined value at line 19.


Any suggestion about this because im still learning the perl and some of the errors that i get im not quite sure what are telling me

In reply to Re^2: Telnet Cisco routers by IvanAK
in thread Telnet Cisco routers by IvanAK

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