Is it possible to run CLI commands with a TCL IVR script? For now I want to be able to change a parameter that I pass through to a current IVR script, but as I'm thinking about it, it might be cool to have a TCL IVR script authenticate me and allow me to change a connection type.
"Press one for T1 connection, Press 2 for VPN"
and then have it run config commands based on what option I pick. (Sorry guys, just imagining the possibilities out loud...)
I tried executing the "exec" and "ios_config" commands, but that didn't work.
Anybody have an idea on how I can get it them to run?
I have no experience with TCL but does the language description mention a way to execute cli commands? If there is no specific command/function to do that, then I'd consider it impossible.
I know that router XML (the limited XML API for Callmanager Express) has a command to execute cli commands, but it is limited to a small number of cli commands (and your example would already be too much).
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