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Telnet Scripting Tool V1 0: A Free and Easy Way to Automate Telnet Sessions


Telnet is a protocol that allows you to remotely access another computer over a network. It can be useful for troubleshooting, testing, or managing devices such as routers, switches, printers, and servers. However, telnet sessions can be tedious and repetitive, especially if you need to perform the same commands on multiple devices. That's where Telnet Scripting Tool V1 0 comes in handy.


Telnet Scripting Tool V1 0 is a free telnet scripting tool for Microsoft Windows systems that was developed by Albert Yale. It provides a mechanism to automate telnet sessions by using a simple text file that contains the commands and parameters you want to execute. You can also use expressions and variables to make your scripts more dynamic and flexible. You can run the tool with or without a graphical user interface (GUI), depending on your preference.


Some of the features and benefits of Telnet Scripting Tool V1 0 are:


It supports multiple telnet sessions in parallel.


It can send keystrokes, wait for prompts, and capture output.


It can log the results of each session to a file.


It can handle errors and timeouts gracefully.


It can be used for various purposes, such as backing up switch configurations, configuring printers, or testing network connectivity.


If you want to learn more about Telnet Scripting Tool V1 0, you can download it from here[^1^]. You can also find some examples of how to use it on this forum[^3^] or on this GitHub repository[^2^]. Telnet Scripting Tool V1 0 is a powerful and easy-to-use tool that can save you time and hassle when working with telnet sessions.


How to use Telnet Scripting Tool V1 0


Using Telnet Scripting Tool V1 0 is simple and straightforward. You just need to follow these steps:


Create a text file that contains the commands and parameters you want to execute on each telnet session. You can use any text editor, such as Notepad, to create the file. The file should have the following format:


# This is a comment line


# The first line of the file should be the name of the executable


TST10.exe


# The second line should be the name of the log file


log.txt


# The third line should be the number of parallel sessions


2


# The following lines should be the telnet sessions, each one starting with a new line


# Each session should have the following format:


# host:port username password command1;command2;...;commandN


# You can use expressions and variables to make your scripts more dynamic and flexible


# For example, you can use %date% to get the current date, or %host% to get the host name


192.168.1.1:23 admin admin show run;copy run tftp://%date%-%host%.cfg


192.168.1.2:23 admin admin show run;copy run tftp://%date%-%host%.cfg


Save the file with any name and extension you want, such as script.txt.


Run the tool by double-clicking on the file, or by using the command line:


TST10.exe script.txt


Wait for the tool to finish executing the telnet sessions. You can monitor the progress and status of each session on the GUI, or on the log file.


Check the results of each session on the output files or devices. For example, if you used the commands above, you should see the configuration files of each switch on your TFTP server.


Telnet Scripting Tool V1 0 is a versatile and reliable tool that can help you automate your telnet tasks and improve your productivity. You can download it for free and start using it today. aa16f39245






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