telnet and scripts

Sep 30, 2008
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Hello!

I am trying to write an script to automatize a modem (a bunch of modems!) configuration via telnet. The script has to wait some responses, and has to perform some actions depending on the received response.

I have been trying to solve it using "pipes" but the succes is zero, and I am not sure if this is the right way.

As telnet client I have tried the WindowsXP integrated Telnet and also the "Putty".
Some ideas? Thank you very much in advance!

Josep
 
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On Tue, 30 Sep 2008 07:54:38 -0500, "JP Software Forums" <[email protected]>,J
Marro <> wrote:


>I am trying to write an script to automatize a modem (a bunch of modems!) configuration via telnet. The script has to wait some responses, and has to perform some actions depending on the received response.
It sounds like you need Kermit95 (or whatever is Kermit's latest incarnation for
Windows).
 
Sep 30, 2008
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On Tue, 30 Sep 2008 07:54:38 -0500, "JP Software Forums" <[email protected]>,J
Marro <> wrote:




It sounds like you need Kermit95 (or whatever is Kermit's latest incarnation for
Windows).

Thank you! Currently, I am trying another approach that seems easier... I feel that using Perl or Ruby could be more fruitful. So today I have learning some basic skills, and seems that "this is" the right way.