Thanks for that. I thought those were the T/F keywords in Perl, but I can figure that out I reckon. Unfortunately, the SSH part gives no errors at all. It prints out that it is connecting via SSH, but then nothing after that print actually happens. I *think* it is logging into the devices though, as if I spam 'sh users' on the switch, I can see the account log in and then quickly disappear. I also tried adding some sleep statements after each cmd
, but to no avail. I also added print statements after every line in the SSH block to see if any of the statements were executing - I know, that is crude - and only the print before the snippet to snarf the hostname was successful.
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