Telnet Dilemma!!

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Hello, After googling about how to automate Telnet to network devices. I would like to create a batch file and script files if needed to Telnet IPs of several network devices and execute a set of pre-stored commands including the password. At this point i can't seem to figure out how to pass the password automatically to the run batch file that executed the Telent command. Can you suggest anything? Thank You
ASKED: July 13, 2005  4:44 AM
UPDATED: July 15, 2005  11:27 AM

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I’m not certain of your platform, but usually you can “pipe” in the needed inputs for a command/process. That is something like:

TELNET DEVA < SCRIPTFILE.txt

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  • TomR123
    Try out KIWI CatTools, it is a free download and works wonderful for Cisco products, though I know other vendors are supported. You configure it with the logins and commands you want passed to the unit and it automates the process for you. You can manually run it or schedule the task. Good Luck
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