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Before getting started with this little tip, I just wanted to drop a short note to you all to let you know that James and I have not abandoned the blog. We have just taken an "unannounced" three month vacation. Or you could say that "life happened" to us both and three months slipped by. I have been trying to cialis soft canada find the time to put together something really impressive after being out for so long cialis soft canada, but [cialis soft canada] I have decided it is better to just get back to work. As a way of getting back into the swing of things, I thought I would do a small writeup on an IOS feature that I recently stumbled across. I have known for a while that it is possible to pass commands between Linux machines via ssh by simply adding a command to the end of the ssh command string. I recently tried it on a router and to my surprise . . . it worked. Cool!

For example, if you want to see a show version from another router, simply add "show version" to the end of the ssh client command. From another router with the username of root router#ssh -l root 10. 10. Cialis soft canada 10. 1 "show version" From a Linux or Cygwin terminal to a router with the username of root [root@vmware1 ~]# ssh root@10. 10. 10. 1 "show version" If you want to retrieve the show version command from several routers. You can use a single line script in a Linux shell orĀ  Cygwin. The following command will loop through routers 10. 10. 10. 21, 10. 10. 10. 22 and 10. 10. 10. 23 running the 'show version' command. for ip in 10. 10. 10. 21 10. 10. 10. 22 10. 10. 10. 23; do ssh root@$ip "show version"; done There are lots of more interesting things to be done with scripts, but I thought I would keep it simple. If anyone finds a way to login automatically or make configuration changes with this trick, please let me know. Josh


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