There is an entire POD in the script, access by:
> crapps.pl --man
Basically, you can use:
> crapps.pl devices.txt --ssh --username SSHUSER --password SSHPASS --
+command file.txt --write
The above uses SSH to connect to each host by IP or hostname, 1 per line, in the file devices.txt using the username SSHUSER and password SSHPASS executing on each device the commands in, 1 per line, in the file file.txt and saving the session transcript in a file by the hostname or IP connected to.
Preparing devices.txt and file.txt as well as parsing the output from the session files is left as an exercise for the reader.
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