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($Core) = &connect( $Core, $user, $pass ); @Output = $Core->capture( "show ip route $IPNumber" ) or die( ($! >> 8) ); $DEBUG && Debug_Output( @Output ); ($Core2) = &connect( $Core2, $user, $pass ); @Output2 = $Core2->capture( "show run | include hostname" ) or die( ($! >> 8) ); $DEBUG && Debug_Output( @Output2 ); foreach $Line ( @Output, @Output2) { if ( $Line =~ m/^Routing entry for / ) { @Data = split( ' ', $Line ); $Subnet = $Data[ 3 ] ; } if ( $Line2 =~ m/^hostname / ) { @Data2 = split( ' ', $Line2 ); $Rname = $Data2[ 2 ] ; last ; } } @Subnet = split( /\./, $Subnet ); $RouterIP = join( '.', $Subnet[0], $Subnet[1], $Subnet[2], '1' ); print( " Router: [$Rname]\t Router IP: [$RouterIP]\n" );

The loop doesn't featch my Output2 array elements. This is what I get in the command line:

bash-3.00$ ./test 10.10.10.16 Router: [] Router IP: [10.10.10.1]

The router name is empty.


In reply to Re^4: NET::OpenSSH to execute multiple commands by hmb104
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