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  • #30407 Reply
    Magued
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    using TCL v2.0 on a CIsco 5300.
    Can I send an Http Request to a linux server from a CISCO using TCL script.

    Magued

    #30408 Reply
    Michael
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    Yes, it’s possible.

    #30409 Reply
    Andrew Zhilenko
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    Would you mind sharing the implementation details? I know you can call VXML from TCL and then from VXML send an HTTP request, but I am curious if there is any way to do it without involving VXML

    #30410 Reply
    Michael
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    Use standard tcl commands like http::geturl

    #30411 Reply
    Andrew Zhilenko
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    > Use standard tcl commands like http::geturl
    Hm, it is nice to learn something new! Thanks!

    #30412 Reply
    Magued
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    if I use the http::geturl
    do I need to include in the TCL script on the CISCO the ”
    package require http”

    And can you please refer me to a site or give me an example of how I can use it.

    Do I also need to pen and close sockets?

    Regards

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