I have IOS using ssh V.2 and CatOS using SSH v.1 and I have perl cgi- ssh expect script to remote access those 2 switch. however, I am able to access the IOS switch but not the CatOs. anybody knows how can alter my script to handle both version or this not achievable.any help highly appreciated.
just a wild guess on my part but when you ssh to the CatOS from the client where you initiate the perl-expect script, did you use something "spawn ssh -1 -l $username $remotehost". I have not used ssh on CatOS that much but I don't think CatOS support ssh version 2. Most unix ssh client default to version 2. That could be the issue.
Thanks a lot for your response!I am using "spawn ssh -l $username $remotehost" not using force version -1 since the other switch using version 2.unfortunately all our CatOS using version 1.I have enabled both Version 1 and 2 on my unix server but still the expect script unable access the CatOS switch.
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