> I'll probably not develop this code much more. I've been concentrating
> instead on porting it to the HP ProCurve 4000, which is altogether a much
> nicer box to speak to, and for which I've junked the entire expect
> interface in favour of doing both queries and configuration updates using
Which would be perfect, as the company I work for could really use
something similar for our nice HP ProCurve 4000. For price/port and the
functionality of those things, it just can't be beat. I'm going to save
up and get one of those things for my house, although I'll only be using
10 ports at best. Well, I guess I could throw a big lan party at my
house, which would half-way justify it.
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