I volunteer my time and my lab equipment (routers and switches) to provide some training/instruction to some high school kids in my neighborhood.
I have "pods" that consist of some older routers and switches and all devices are connected to a 2511 that I use as a terminal server.
The way that the "students" access my equipment is via a VPN concentrator that authenticates them, and then permits them to the isolated lab network. They open up a Putty session to the terminal server and then use reverse telnet to access my hardware.
I have created a couple of "labs" for them to work on - but these labs require that I pre-configure some aspects of the devices. This takes time for me when they want to work a different lab - I have go into the devices, erase the current confgurations, and pre-load some other configurations.
This got me to thinking.....it would be really nice to have a web page where these guys can just click on a button that says "lab 2" and behind the scenes, a script runs that opens up a Putty session to my terminal server and sends commands to the terminal server that sets the configurations of the devices - automating what I have to do manually right now.
I can create simple HTML pages but I do not have the skills to write the script to do this.
Does anyone have a script that they would be willing to share?
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