I'm the author of Net::Telnet::Cisco. You can always find
the most recent copy at:
At the time of this writing, Aug 1, Net::Telnet::Cisco
is up to v1.03.
Here are some of the nice things about it:
1. The default prompt works for a variety of hosts. I spent
the time figuring it out so you don't have to.
2. The error-handling that Net::Telnet provides allows you
to call a sub when an error occurs. Net::Telnet::Cisco
handles all router-generated errors that match /^%/, which
is almost all of them.
Still curious? Take a look at the Net::Telnet::Cisco
README in http://search.cpan.org/ to get an idea of
what you can accomplish with the module.
Future plans: I'd like to include an EXAMPLES section which
discusses common tasks (e.g. backing up the running-confg
aka performing a write net aka performing a copy)
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