Commands Line Delay..

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Aug 22nd, 2006
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Hi all,

I'd like to monitor some devices using following commands..

router(#)term le 0

sh led

sh context sum

sh diag

sh cdp nei

sh int

sh env

sh ver

sh proc me

sh proc cpu

sh ip route sum

sh ip ospf da da

sh ip bgp sum

sh ip int bri

sh diag sum

sh idb

If I do like abobe, Is it okay ? If not, How can I get right Message ? I think line delay is the answer (?)

Welcome any post ...


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jackyoung Tue, 08/22/2006 - 23:35
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If I understand correctly, you want to have the output of the mentioned command. What is the problem to execute those commands and get the result ?

Do you mean you want to run a script ? If yes, just ensure there is a "enter" after each command to make it like as enter to the router directly.

Hope this helps.

hyukin.kwon Wed, 08/23/2006 - 00:41
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Right.. I want to play a script. If use a script, also If the output is long, I think the output is mix each other(?). Is there any good method ?


grant.maynard Wed, 08/23/2006 - 00:25
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I think you mean you want a delay between each command. This is a function of your terminal software.

In HyperTerminal go to Properties - Settings - Ascii Setup and enter a Line Delay.

It's a good idea to put "term length 0" before the first command and "term length 24" after the last.


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