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my(@hostline, $stderr, $exit) = $cs->cmd('sh run | inc hostname');
gives you all return values in @hostline and nothing in $stderr or $exit. If you are getting logged in, it should be able to run commands. Using print is a very valuable diagnostic tool. I would probably even go as far as making something very simple for testing.

use strict; use warnings; use Net::SSH::Perl; $ENV{'HOME'} = 'c:\strawberry'; my $ip = 'xxx'; my $user = '********'; my $pw = '********'; # If you use single quotes, only single quotes +will to be escaped with '\' my $cs = Net::SSH::Perl->new($ip); if ($cs->login( $user, $pw)) { print $cs->cmd('sh run | inc hostname'); } else { warn "Unable to login\n"; } $cs->close;

In reply to Re^3: accessing Cisco via SSH by afresh1
in thread accessing Cisco via SSH by Always Improving

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