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Todd R. Stroup wrote: > > Looking at the source for the looking-glass though it doesn't use the > username option for rsh command. When useing the cisco command below > don't you have to use the rsh username? > > ip rcmd remote-host www 18.104.22.168 nobody > > I changed the ip of the $ROUTER in lg.pl to > "www\@ipaddress.of.router" instead of "ipaddress.of.router" > which seems to work. I kept getting Permission Denied without it. You need to make sure that in 'ip rcmd' that you have local-username defined to something that there is a 'username xxx' entry on the cisco for. In other words, if you have (sorry syntax is probably not correct): ip rcmd remote-host joebob lookingglass.yourcompany.com daemon enable you have to have a 'username joebob' entry on the cisco as well. local-username means "apply the permissions of local-username when this rsh matches" and remote-username is the userid of whatever your cgi-bin runs as.. if your web server is setuid "daemon" and cgi-bins are daemon, it will only work if you have 'daemon' as a remote-username in the ip rcmd command. HTH, -jamie -- jamie g.k. rishaw dal/efnet:gavroche __ IAGnet/CICNet/netILLINOIS Netops DID:216.902.5455 FAX:216.623.3566 \/ 800.637.4IAGx5455 "It's like im being tied to the hood of a yellow rental truck being packed in with fertilizer and fuel oil.. pushed over a cliff by a suicidal mickey mouse."