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The SSH server running on those routers does not follow the standard. Read the entry "Connecting to switches, routers, etc." from the module + FAQ (https://metacpan.org/module/Net::OpenSSH#FAQ) for an explanatio +n of what is going wrong. A workaround may be to add a "quit" or "exit" command to explicitly en +d the session. For instance: @output = $ssh->capture("$cmd\nexit\n"); if that doesn't work, try this: @output = $ssh->capture({stdin_data => "$cmd\nexit\n"}); otherwise you will have to use Expect to wait for the session prompt, +send the command, get the output until you get the prompt again and c +lose the connection.



funny:
my @cmdout = $ssh->capture({timeout => $sshtimeout, stdin_data => "\n"}, $sshcmd."\n");

seems to do my job....
:-)
going on testing ....

In reply to Re^3: Net::OpenSSH - line breaks and "End of Output" by Andy16
in thread Net::OpenSSH - line breaks and "End of Output" by Andy16

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