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Id: 81338
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Queue: Net-Telnet

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Subject: customized login prompt
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I have a Dell ethernet switch. The login is different from others. Instead of login: or username:, it displays 'User:'. Net::Telnet cannot match it in login function. I suggest adding a new function called login_param (or something else you like :) ) like this: login_param ( Login_prompt => '/User[: ]*$/i', Password_prompt => '/password/i'); If either is set before login, the login function will also match these user specified string. This would give Net::Telnet more compatibility.
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Sorry but login() is only meant to handle the general case. There are just too many different ways to login. As the Net::Telnet documentation says: Use a combination of C<print()> and C<waitfor()> as an alternative to C<login()> or C<cmd()> when they don't do what you want.


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