I'm confused. Why would you do this rather than just adding the contents of the script.tcl to the EEM policy? Yes, you'll need to make changes for exec and ios_config, but the end result will be much cleaner, perform better, and give you better results in terms of CLI interaction.
I have a lot of remote sites that aren't normally powered up, & I'm not usually aware of when they will be powered up. I'm using one script as an initiator to pull the scripts from a central server. That way I can make whatever changes on the scp servers scripts without having to coordinate with the remote sites. Does this make sense?
It does make sense, but I still think you should use EEM Tcl here. You can load the remote EEM Tcl script via SCP, then register it with the EEM server, then run it using "event manager run" or action_script. This way you get the benefit of EEM Tcl, better access control, and better CLI handling.
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