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Old 03-16-2017, 11:38 AM
mraganpbr mraganpbr is offline
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Using grep in Secure CRT telnet session

I have a piece of equipment that I telnet into. on a Linux machine I can use terminal like the.......nc <ip> 1900 | grep PTD. This gives me a continual status output of what the equipment is doing. I don't see a way in CRT to tell it to grep that output without doing it in a log file than parsing the log file which is not an ideal way to do that. Do you have an suggestions for this?
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Old 03-16-2017, 02:12 PM
ekoranyi ekoranyi is offline
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Hi mraganpbr,

It is my understanding that Netcat builds a very basic
client/server model with the remote system listening on a
specified port, in this case 1900. You would then connect to
the machine and port being listened on.

This is not something that is currently supported by SecureCRT.

I have recorded your idea in our database of SecureCRT
feature requests so that the product director can evaluate
it for possible inclusion in a future release.

Feature requests are typically prioritized based on a number
of factors including, but not limited to, the number of
requests and the amount of implementation work required.

Should a version of SecureCRT become available with this
feature, we will respond to this thread to let you know.

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