For ssh: echo "ironport command"|ssh -t ironportname
If you have several commands, you can create a file with the command that you want to run then do - you have to keep in mind any prompts that require a yes/no answer - before we had centralized management, we would use this method against are boxes to keep in sync. Centralized management is much nicer though: cat filename|ssh -t ironportname
However, you will want to setup the userkeys first so you don't have to log on with username/pwd if you are running from a script such as bash.
Can you post the sample code to the forum? I'm interested in the method you use for automating the SSH commands to an Ironport device.
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