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Powershell & serial connection to NetApp?

Hi community,

is it possible to create a powershell skript which send commands by a serial connection ? Or any other solutions for skripting over serial connection available?

Thank you,

Lukas

Re: Powershell & serial connection to NetApp?

Please have a look at this thread https://communities.netapp.com/thread/11219

I would suggest that you can use Invoke-NaSsh to Send a Data ONTAP CLI command via SSH.

Invoke-NaSsh "<DataOntap CLI command>"

For more help on this cmdlet, you can type in

Get-Help Invoke-NaSsh -Detailed


Re: Powershell & serial connection to NetApp?

Hi,

Invoke-NaSsh -Port is to user for com1 oder com2 .... ?

Thank you,

Lukas

Re: Powershell & serial connection to NetApp?

Hi Lukas,

the -Port option just let's you choose a non-default port on which the ssh-server is listening, default port is 22 (TCP-Port, not serial port)

The powershell toolkit currently doesn't support any communication other than http-api or ssh.

best regards,

Bernd

Re: Powershell & serial connection to NetApp?

-Port refers to the TCPIP port for the ssh connection. It should only be used if ssh is not on port 22 for instance if traversing a proxy gateway, or serial concentrator,We can't talk to a serial port like com1/com2

Re: Powershell & serial connection to NetApp?

What a bummer! :-( Thank you anyway for your answers.

BR,

Lukas