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Terminal Emulation

Programatically telnet to Definity EPABX using Perl by globalvasu
Posted: 3 Nov 03


When I telnet to Avaya Definity EPABX from a pc with Terminal emulation AT&T513, I get the Output Properly.
But if I do the same thing using perl I get junk characters in the output. How do I avoid these junk characters in the output when I telnet using Net:Telnet in perl

OUTPUT  WHAT I GET WHEN I LOGIN THROUGH PERL
===================================================
ü¬[1GMember  Port     Service State      Mtce Connected Ports

ü¬[1G                                    Busy

ü¬[1G014/113ü¬[9G10A0619 ü¬[18Gin-service/idle   ü¬[37Gno  ü¬[42G        ü¬[51G
 ü¬[60G        ü¬[69G

ü¬[1G014/114ü¬[9G10A0620 ü¬[18Gin-service/idle   ü¬[37Gno  ü¬[42G        ü¬[51G
 ü¬[60G        ü¬[69G

ü¬[1G014/115ü¬[9G10A0621 ü¬[18Gin-service/idle   ü¬[37Gno  ü¬[42G        ü¬[51G
 ü¬[60G        ü¬[69G

=======================================================

OUTPUT I GET WHEN I DO THE TELNET MANUALY
=======================================================
Member  Port     Service State      Mtce Connected Ports
                                    Busy

014/001 09A1501  in-service/active  no   02A1708  06A1309
014/002 09A1502  in-service/active  no   05A1107
014/003 09A1503  in-service/active  no   05A1016
======================================================

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