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Hi man,
You can simplified your work a lot when you use Net::Telnet::Cisco lib - I using it - and if your switches have an IOS it's piece of cake with this lib. Try CPAN for details.

I am using this lib to print commands from external config file to telnet connection to device and also to get summmary reports from my Cisco devices.

Li Tin O've Weedle
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In reply to Re: ok I know it's crap but I'm proud of it... by LiTinOveWeedle
in thread Peer review of Cisco switch administration utility (was: ok I know it's crap but I'm proud of it...) by fingers

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