My OS is WinXP. My telnet software is AbsoluteTelnet. I have this script which logs me into the central server and displays a message box. I was thinking, instead of copying and pasting in POP addresses, I would like my message box to become a box that holds 45 different POP names ( DNS names ). When clicked on a POP name it automatically copy and paste into telnet session.
This is how I do it. MY PC --connects to CENTRAL SERVER via AbsoluteTelnet.
From CENTRAL SERVER I telnet to 45 different POP sites. Every day the same thing, you can imagine how tedious and boring it gets.
I open AbsoluteTelent, it automatically logs me into the Central Server by using a login script I modified. Now I want to press F1 (or which ever key I assign) to run a script that displays a box with 45 POP sites. I click on a POP site dns name, box disappears, and the DNS name appears on my telnet session like this:
Central_server% telnet POP_123-Cisco_box2a
Central server has a different username and password. All 45 pop site share a common password that isn't the same as the central server. central server is basically like a gatekeeper.
May 13, 2009 2:31 AM
May 13, 2009 1:35 PM