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Shutting down a PRI

I want to be able to write a script that will shutdown a PRI on a 3640 so that no one can dial in when work is taking place on a production server. I would like to give the script to a group of operators but I don't want them to have the password for the router, so they can't play (and mess it up).

Is it possible or do I need to look at a different solution ?

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Re: Shutting down a PRI

May be you can write the scripts but do not provide them to the operator but give provisions to only trigger these scripts through some protected GUI or other front end.

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Re: Shutting down a PRI

Some of our developers use Perl and TCL to do the same thing; me, I don't have a clue of how they do it, but it is provided via a web page that the operators can click on to activate.

-Jeff

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Re: Shutting down a PRI

You ever had one of those revelations after you posted? I just thought of another solution - we also use Procomm Plus v4 for telnetting, and we use many different scripts for many different processes. These scripts are compiled - so you could provide the operators with the compiled script and keep the source code tucked away.

-Jeff

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