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Hello , please help to figure out why ssh commands returns only commands themselves as output.

$ssh = Net::SSH::Expect->new ( host => "$connectIP", password=> 'pass', user => 'Admin', port => '22', raw_pty => 1, timeout => 10 ); $ssh->run_ssh() or die "SSH process couldn't start: $!"; $ssh->waitfor('password: '); $ssh->send("pass"); $ssh->waitfor('\>.* '); $ssh->send("server security authentication=local,radius"); $ssh->waitfor('\>.* '); $ssh->send("y"); $ssh->waitfor('\>.* '); my $line; while ( defined ($line = $ssh->read_all()) ) { print $line . "\n"; }

I tried also login -> exec construction , also does not work for me. Please point me what I am doing wrong . Thank you Dmitry

In reply to Net::SSH::Expect command returns command itself by Sterh

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