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sub GetConfig { my $telnet=new Net::Telnet(); $telnet->output_log; $telnet->timeout($login_timeout); $telnet->errmode('return'); $telnet->prompt('/[\$#>]/'); $telnet->open( $deviceIP ); if( $telnet->errmsg ) { $msg = "Error connecting to device: ".$telnet->errmsg; $telnet->close; return( 252, $msg ); } #first try login without username and just password $telnet->waitfor( Match => '/Password:/'); if( $telnet->errmsg ) { $telnet->login($user, $pass); if( $telnet->errmsg ) { $msg = $telnet->errmsg; $telnet->close; return( 251, $msg ); } } else { $telnet->cmd( $pass ); if( $telnet->errmsg ) { # can't use errmsg as it will give command timed-out # and we should really indicate bad password $msg = "login failed: bad password"; $telnet->close; return( 251, $msg ); } }
I'm getting a Return Code 251 every time with the message "Login Failed. File Handle isn't open on Login"

In reply to Re^2: Telnet File Handle isn't open on login by jbev2328
in thread Telnet File Handle isn't open on login by jbev2328

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