TCL script posted 03/20/2007
- Subject: TCL script
- From: "R. Jaouen" <rjaouen@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2007 07:12:47 +0100
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I saw a message some days back talking about tcl scripting.
There were a link to Cisco's website where one of the scripts consists of
asking a trouble ticket id before anybody enter into the conf t mode.
If someone bookmarked the link, I'd appreciate to get it again.
I search into the archive but it should be swallowed up in all the messages.
Thanks in advance.