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The latest release of the Multi-Router Looking Glass (MRLG) is now
available at: ftp://ftp.enterzone.net/looking-glass/CURRENT/
You can see it in action at http://www.ip-guru.com/mrlg/
There are patches available to patch from version 4.3.0 to 5.0.0 and
then from 5.0.0 to 5.1.0. If you are running a version of MRLG prior to
4.3.0 it is extremely important that you upgrade.
Some of the updates are listed below.
Multi-Router Looking Glass Version 5.1.0
Tue Jan 18 08:40:30 EST 2005
Multi-Router Looking Glass allows network administrators to execute
commands on multiple routers via a nice web interface.
Changes for version 5.1.0
* Implemented Net::SSH::Perl routines to allow SSH access to routers.
* Added debug routines to code to aid in debugging config file when
adding a new router.
* Changed code to set $login_user to 'no_login_user_defined' if
'login_user' is not set in config file. *Change required by SSH routines.
* Changed code to set $login_pass to 'no_login_pass_defined' if
'login_pass' is not set in config file. *Change required by SSH routines.
* Cleaned up code to allow easier modification/debugging.
* Added 'use_ssh' config parameter to config file to tell MRLG to use SSH.
* Added 'use_port' config parameter to config file to tell MRLG to use a
specific port for all connections to a specific router. If you're
configuring MRLG for Cisco routers, you'll appreciate this one as it
will make your config file much shorter!
* Added 'debug' config parameter to config file to tell MRLG to output
debug information for a specific router.
* Added $::writable_directory config parameter to config file to tell
MRLG where to store the known_hosts file that is created by
Net::SSH::Perl when an SSH connection is used.
Changes for version 5.0.0
* Integrated patch supplied by Jeff Barrow to support username/password
authentication for devices that require a username to log in.
* Upgraded code to use Net::Telnet::Cisco.
* Added a few <!-- --> tags for Google-bait so I can look and see how
many people are running my code. Please leave these in place. I get a
kick out of seeing all of the different networks that use this code.
* More features coming soon - IE; SSH support!