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yes

my $telnet = new Net::Telnet(Host=>$ip,Timeout=>10,Prompt=>'/ >/', Errmode=>"return");

dump_log snippet show successful log and prompt ' >' then time out and next command

< 0x00050: 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 0d  00 5b 61 64  6d 69 6e 40         ..admin@
< 0x00060: 50 61 75 6c  20 53 70 75  72 6c 6f 63  6b 20 32 31  Paul Spurlock 21
< 0x00070: 32 36 33 5d  20 3e 20                               263 >

> 0x00000: 2f 73 79 73  74 65 6d 20  72 6f 75 74  65 72 62 6f  /system routerbo
> 0x00010: 61 72 64 20  70 72 69 6e  74 0d 0a                  ard print..     

I will try cmd and waitfor next - thanks tip

In reply to Re^2: Net::Telnet blocks by kp2a
in thread Net::Telnet blocks by kp2a

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