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 Post subject: Telnet Wrapper Script For GNS3 - Console/AUX + Other Stuff
PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 2:00 pm 
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Hi,

I like to present to you my new script that allow to start a external telnet program wait until gets open and then change its window title, resize it to the specified needs from CLI args and after all send a ENTER key into the console to show the device prompt.
Back in the days I've try to use "expect", "cmdow" to rename/press that enter to the device, but there is a new option "AutoHotKey" scripting ;))

I'm not so good at selling something and I'll let you decide if can be a option or not :))

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Download: [console_wrapper_v0.2.zip]

Script used to open a telnet program to a GNS3 device Console/AUX
1) It will change the Window Title according to the device hostname.
2) Also will resize that window as specified in <X_WinSize> <Y_WinSize>
Those values are in pixels, recommended 920 420.
3) After the telnet connectivity is done, it will push some "Enter" keys
until the device console from Routers (Dynamips) will show the prompt.
This is useful for me because otherwise that router eats one CPU core.

Works great with Telnet, PuTTY, TeraTerm 3.1.3 and SecureCRT 6.7.5
other CLI/GUI terminals might work as well, but only those I've tested.


Usage:
console_wrapper.exe "PATH\program.exe" %h %p %d <X_WinSize> <Y_WinSize>

GNS3 Ex:
console_wrapper.exe telnet.exe %h %p %d 920 420
console_wrapper.exe putty.exe %h %p %d 920 420
console_wrapper.exe "X:\..\ttermpro.exe" %h %p %d 920 420
console_wrapper.exe "X:\..\SecureCRT.exe" %h %p %d 920 420

CLI Ex:
console_wrapper.exe putty.exe 127.0.0.1 2002 R1 920 420

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And I still have some other stuff to show (all that is already included in this script)...
For conservators SecureCRT users wrote:
Code:
'New script that "press" a enter into the device console to show the prompt
'SecureCRT.exe /NOMENU /NOTOOLBAR /SCRIPT "<PATH>\Script.vbs" /ARG "%d" /TITLEBAR "GNS3 Terminal Manager - SecureCRT" /T /N "%d" /TELNET %h %p

#$Language = "VBScript"
#$Interface = "1.0"

crt.Screen.Synchronous = True

Sub main
   'crt.window.caption = crt.arguments(0) 'This can be done also by CLI argument  "/N %d"
   crt.Sleep 1000
   crt.Screen.Send chr(13)
End Sub

For conservators TeraTerm users wrote:
Command line that enable using a custom window title (Dynamips is changing it remotely, but is good for Qemu/Pemu)
ttermpro.exe /T /W="%d" %h:%p

This is version 2 of CMD script for telnet wrote:
Code:
@ECHO OFF
:: X:\Tools\telnet-console.bat %h %p %d v1
:: Please adjust the time between opening consoles to all devices to 0,5 or 1 seconds

IF "%~4"=="" (GOTO v1) ELSE (GOTO %~4)

:v1
START /B CMD /C "TELNET %1 %2&ECHO.&ECHO Telnet connection to '%3' console port is lost!&ECHO Press any key to exit...&PAUSE >NUL"
CMDOW " %1" /SIZ 905 400 /REN "%3 - Console port - [%1:%2]" 2>NUL || CMDOW "%1" /SIZ 905 400 /REN "%3 - Console port - [%1:%2]" 2>NUL
GOTO :EOF

:v2
CMDOW @ /MIN
START CMD /C "TELNET %1 %2&ECHO.&ECHO Telnet connection to '%3' console port is lost!&ECHO Press any key to exit...&PAUSE >NUL"
SLEEP 1s
FOR /F "usebackq tokens=1" %%G IN (`WMIC PROCESS get ProcessId^,Commandline^| GAWK "/CMD.*%1 %2/{print $(NF-1);exit}"`) DO (
   FOR /F "tokens=1" %%L IN ('CMDOW ^| GAWK "/%%G.*cmd/{print $1;exit}"') DO (
      CMDOW %%L /SIZ 905 400 /REN "%3 - Console port - [%1:%2]"
))
GOTO :EOF

Here I propose a new version of the default baseconfig.txt from GNS3 directory wrote:
Code:
!This configure as well the aux line for all devices and puts privilege 15 on console so you don't need to say enable all the time ;)
!
hostname %h
!
no ip domain lookup
ip domain-name lab.local
!
line con 0
   exec-timeout 0 0
   logging synchronous
   privilege level 15
   no login
line aux 0
   exec-timeout 0 0
   logging synchronous
   privilege level 15
   no login
!


And I also want to ask Jeremy to add a new "Toolbar" in GNS3 in which users can add shortcuts to custom scripts ;))


Script used to close putty windows for GNS3 wrote:
Code:
@ECHO OFF & SETLOCAL

::Script used to close putty windows for GNS3

::I can use TASKKILL to force kill putty, but it will not send the FIN packet to close the TCP connection to
::Dynamips and Qemu, and Qemu will not allow to open a new connection after that, and will simply close any new connection
::Putty has to be configured for "Default Setings" (in Window->Behaviour->Warn before closing window) to not ask for confirmation when the window is closed!

FOR %%G IN (Dynamips 127.0.0.1 localhost "PuTTY (inactive)") DO (
   TASKKILL /IM "putty.exe" /FI "WINDOWTITLE eq %%~G*" >NUL 2>&1
)
ENDLOCAL

Send a write memory to all routers - Dynamips only wrote:
Code:
@ECHO OFF & SETLOCAL

::IP Address for telnet connection
SET IP=127.0.0.1

::Timeout to wait until close the conection to the console ports (KILL NC.exe)
SET WAIT=5s

::Pattern from TCP port on which Dynamips Console/AUX is listening (REGEX)
SET PORT=20

IF NOT "%~1"=="" GOTO TELNET

ECHO *******[ GNS3/Dynamips Router Config Save ]*********&ECHO.

FOR /F "" %%G IN ('NETSTAT -nabp TCP 2^>NUL ^| GAWK "{if($0~/:%PORT%.*LISTENING/){split($2,a,\":\"); x=a[2]}else if(x && $0~/dynamips.exe/){print x; x=0}}"') DO (
   SET FOUND=1
   ECHO Telnet to "%IP%:%1" ...
   REM START "" "%~0" %%G & REM For DEBUG
   START "" CMD /C ""%~0" %%G"
)

IF NOT DEFINED FOUND GOTO Final

ECHO.&ECHO Wait %WAIT% before killing telnet conections ...
SLEEP %WAIT%
TASKKILL /F /IM "NC.exe" >NUL 2>NUL

GOTO Final

:TELNET
ECHO.&ECHO ***** Telnet to "%IP%:%1" *****
(
:: Here you can type what command should be send to the Router/ASA
GAWK "BEGIN{ print \"\r\n\" }"
ECHO end
ECHO write memory
GAWK "BEGIN{ print \"\r\n\" }"
) | NC -n %IP% %1 | GAWK "{if($0~/Dynamips/) $0=substr($0,13); print $0}"
GOTO :EOF

:Final
ECHO Final!
SLEEP 1s
ENDLOCAL

Loopback NICs manager for Windows - v0.2.1 wrote:
Code:
::v0.2.1, 01.may.2012, N!NiX and Jeremy Grossmann
@ECHO OFF&SETLOCAL

TITLE Loopback NICs manager for Windows - v0.2.1
SET PASS=0&SET N=0&SET CLI=

ECHO 1^) Checking Windows version... & REM http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ver_(command)
FOR /F "usebackq tokens=2,3 delims=. " %%G IN (`@FOR /F "tokens=2 delims=[]" %%L IN ^('@VER'^) DO @ECHO %%L`) DO (
   IF %%G LSS 5               GOTO ERROR_OLD_OS
   IF %%G EQU 5 IF %%H LSS 1  GOTO ERROR_OLD_OS
   SET PASS=1
)
IF "%PASS%" == "0"            (GOTO ERROR_OLD_OS) ELSE (SETLOCAL ENABLEEXTENSIONS)

:: Try to do something that is off limits if not elevated privilege
ECHO.&ECHO 2^) Checking script privileges...
REG QUERY "HKU\S-1-5-19" >NUL 2>&1 || GOTO ERROR_NOT_ADMIN

CLS
CD /D "%~dp0"

::Detecting system CPU architecture x86/x64
SET | FIND "PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE=x86" >NUL && (SET DEVCON=devcon_x86.exe) || (SET DEVCON=devcon_x64.exe)

:CHOOSE
SET Q=&SET /A N+=1
IF NOT "%~1"=="" (
   SET Q=%~1
   SET CLI=1
   SHIFT
) ELSE (
   IF %N%==1 (
      CALL :MENU
      ECHO.&SET /P Q="Choose a option: "
   ) ELSE (
      ECHO.&SET /P Q="Choose a option: "
   )
)
IF "%Q%"=="1"  (CALL :LIST        & IF NOT DEFINED CLI (GOTO CHOOSE) ELSE (GOTO :EOF))
IF "%Q%"=="2"  (CALL :INSTALL     & IF NOT DEFINED CLI (GOTO CHOOSE) ELSE (GOTO :EOF))
IF "%Q%"=="3"  (CALL :REMOVE_MENU & IF NOT DEFINED CLI (GOTO CHOOSE) ELSE (GOTO :EOF))
IF "%Q%"=="4"  (CALL :REMOVE_ALL  & IF NOT DEFINED CLI (GOTO CHOOSE) ELSE (GOTO :EOF))
IF "%Q%"=="5"   GOTO REBOOT
IF "%Q%"=="6"   GOTO :EOF
IF "%Q%"=="?"  (CALL :MENU        & IF NOT DEFINED CLI (GOTO CHOOSE) ELSE (GOTO :EOF))
IF "%Q%"=="/?" (CALL :MENU        & IF NOT DEFINED CLI (GOTO CHOOSE) ELSE (GOTO :EOF))
IF "%Q%"=="-h" (CALL :MENU        & IF NOT DEFINED CLI (GOTO CHOOSE) ELSE (GOTO :EOF))
ECHO Incorect option!             & IF NOT DEFINED CLI (GOTO CHOOSE) ELSE (ECHO.&ECHO ^[Available options^]&GOTO MENU)

:LIST
ECHO.&ECHO Installed Loopback interfaces:
%DEVCON% find *MSLOOP
GOTO :EOF

:INSTALL
ECHO.&ECHO Installing a new Loopback interface (Takes about 30s)...
%DEVCON% install %WINDIR%\inf\netloop.inf *MSLOOP
ECHO.&ECHO Warning: To make this interface available&ECHO          you have to reboot your computer!
GOTO :EOF

:REMOVE_MENU
SET LNR=0
ECHO.&ECHO Installed Loopback interfaces:
SETLOCAL ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
FOR /F "tokens=1 delims= " %%G IN ('%DEVCON% find *MSLOOP ^| FIND "ROOT"') DO (
   SET /A LNR+=1
   ECHO !LNR!^) - '%%G'
)
ECHO.&SET QNR=&SET /P QNR="Please select the interface number: "
SET LNR=0
FOR /F "tokens=1 delims= " %%G IN ('%DEVCON% find *MSLOOP ^| FIND "ROOT"') DO (
   SET /A LNR+=1
   IF !LNR!.==%QNR%. (
      ECHO Removing interface '%%G'...
      %DEVCON% remove @%%G
      SETLOCAL DISABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
      GOTO :EOF
   )
)
SETLOCAL DISABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION
ECHO Incorrect interface number!
GOTO :EOF

:REMOVE_ALL
ECHO.&ECHO Remove all Loopback interfaces from this system...
%DEVCON% remove *MSLOOP
GOTO :EOF

:MENU
ECHO.
ECHO 1^) List all installed Loopback interfaces
ECHO 2^) Install a new Loopback interface (reboot required)
ECHO 3^) Remove a Loopback interface
ECHO 4^) Remove all Loopback interfaces
ECHO 5^) Reboot PC
ECHO 6^) Quit
ECHO ?^) This Menu
GOTO :EOF

:ERROR_OLD_OS
ECHO.
ECHO This script is not for Windows 95, 98 or ME.
ECHO.
PAUSE >NUL
GOTO :EOF

:ERROR_NOT_ADMIN
ECHO.
ECHO This script is not running with sufficient privileges.
ECHO.
ECHO Under Windows Vista and later Windows versions, you should launch this
ECHO script by right-clicking and choosing Run As Administrator.
ECHO.
PAUSE >NUL
GOTO :EOF

:REBOOT
ECHO.&ECHO This computer is restarting now! &MSG "%USERNAME%" "This computer is restarting now!"
SHUTDOWN -r -t 0
PAUSE >NUL
GOTO :EOF




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 Post subject: Re: Telnet Wrapper Script For GNS3 - Console/AUX + Other Stu
PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2012 7:42 pm 
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Hi,

I replaced our baseconfig.txt with yours.

Quote:
And I also want to ask Jeremy to add a new "Toolbar" in GNS3 in which users can add shortcuts to custom scripts ;))


I think this is an excellent idea. I'll add this to our TODO list :)

I've also 2 questions:

- console_wrapper.exe => are there any dependencies?
- Loopback NICs manager for Windows - v0.2.1 => Can you detail your changes?

Thanks,

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 Post subject: Re: Telnet Wrapper Script For GNS3 - Console/AUX + Other Stu
PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2012 9:36 pm 
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grossmj wrote:
Hi,
I replaced our baseconfig.txt with yours.
Great, Thanks!

grossmj wrote:
And I also want to ask Jeremy to add a new "Toolbar" in GNS3 in which users can add shortcuts to custom scripts ;))
I think this is an excellent idea. I'll add this to our TODO list :)
Beautiful ;))

grossmj wrote:
I've also 2 questions:
- console_wrapper.exe => are there any dependencies?
- Loopback NICs manager for Windows - v0.2.1 => Can you detail your changes?
Thanks,
In Loopback manager I've changed the way to test the windows version using "VER" and how to test if script has admin privilege by checking a special registry, the rest is the same (just a little syntax cosmetics)

console_wrapper.exe is standalone, no dependencies are needed, it has to be compiled from ".ahk" to ".exe" other ways GNS3 will not run it and users has to have installed AutoHotKey scripting program.
The trick is that for SecureCRT users must have a delay between opening the consoles (0.5s), otherwise it will open a new SecureCRT window for each console, even if in command-line is specified to run in tabs. But if SecureCRT was already running everything work great...
PuTTY was the ugly one, because it is continuously changing its WinTitle when is minimized/resized, so I had to use registry to make it work, and sometime if there is no delay (0s) between opening consoles and more than 8 consoles are opened in the same time it may put the same name for 2 devices ;)) (because multiple putty processes can start at the same time and read the same value from registry, there is a QOS but...)
Telnet will not show the prompt from the first enter and therefore the script checks its output to see a prompt using REG-EX, which works great, but I let this ON only for Dynamips, Qemu host is hard to fit under the same REG-EX - (I don't know if this is global issue, but if I start a router in GNS3 with a good IDLE-PC and I don't press a enter key to show the router prompt, one CPU core stays in 100%, this is the primary reason I've created this script)
And those are all known issues.

You may also update the command-line for the rest of tools (SecureCRT+Script, TeraTerm)


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 Post subject: Re: Telnet Wrapper Script For GNS3 - Console/AUX + Other Stu
PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2012 10:20 pm 
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Hi,

Quote:
console_wrapper.exe is standalone, no dependencies are needed, it has to be compiled from ".ahk" to ".exe" other ways GNS3 will not run it and users has to have installed AutoHotKey scripting program.
The trick is that for SecureCRT users must have a delay between opening the consoles (0.5s), otherwise it will open a new SecureCRT window for each console, even if in command-line is specified to run in tabs. But if SecureCRT was already running everything work great...
PuTTY was the ugly one, because it is continuously changing its WinTitle when is minimized/resized, so I had to use registry to make it work, and sometime if there is no delay (0s) between opening consoles and more than 8 consoles are opened in the same time it may put the same name for 2 devices ;)) (because multiple putty processes can start at the same time and read the same value from registry, there is a QOS but...)
Telnet will not show the prompt from the first enter and therefore the script checks its output to see a prompt using REG-EX, which works great, but I let this ON only for Dynamips, Qemu host is hard to fit under the same REG-EX - (I don't know if this is global issue, but if I start a router in GNS3 with a good IDLE-PC and I don't press a enter key to show the router prompt, one CPU core stays in 100%, this is the primary reason I've created this script)
And those are all known issues.


Excellent, I'll see if I can ship console_wrapper.exe in the next GNS3 release and propose preconfigured lines in Console Preferences.

Quote:
You may also update the command-line for the rest of tools (SecureCRT+Script, TeraTerm)


Only Teraterm doesn't need your script? (ttermpro.exe /T /W="%d" %h:%p). Do all others require console_wrapper.exe? (if I changed the default line).

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 Post subject: Re: Telnet Wrapper Script For GNS3 - Console/AUX + Other Stu
PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 7:56 am 
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grossmj wrote:
... propose preconfigured lines in Console Preferences.
Anyway, there should be also a custom option as well. So users with another telnet program can use there own preferred tool.
Also PuTTY/SecureCRT/TeraTerm can be installed in ex: "F:\whatever\...\TeraTerm_john_smith.exe" ;)), so if GNS3 is preconfigured to point to "%ProgramFiles%" or "%ProgramFiles(x86)%" will be impossible for users to have a 100% portable version of GNS3 (Memory Stick/External HDD).
This is the reason why I've asked you to add a command line option for GNS3.exe to load its configuration file form a different location other than "%APPDATA%\gns3.ini" (C:\Users\User\AppData\Roaming\gns3.ini)

grossmj wrote:
Only Teraterm doesn't need your script? (ttermpro.exe /T /W="%d" %h:%p).
TeraTerm works great with this script, it is fully supported, but it can also be started by that command line to accomplish all needs, except the "press the enter key part". TeraTerm supports the "remote WinTitle change" feature like Putty, so it will change again its title when is connected to Dynamips. (my script change it back again ;))
SecureCRT is the only one that can do all by it self, by using the new VBScript+Command line (the script fully support it)

grossmj wrote:
Do all others require console_wrapper.exe? (if I changed the default line)
What do you mean others? Any other telnet programs?
Probably some programs will have a strange command line to start them. This script will start all unknown (other than Telnet, PuTTY, TeraTerm or SecureCRT) tools as "program.exe IP PORT"

grossmj wrote:
Excellent, I'll see if I can ship console_wrapper.exe in the next GNS3 release
Well, then this is a great news ;)
I can do some other tricks with those windows (Thanks to AHK):
* Set window always-on-top
* Start minimized/maximized
* Bring to front (Activate the window)
* Window size (Already supported)
* Windows in tabs (I'll try to see if can be done, to make PuTTY/Telnet/Etc look like SecureCRT)
* Support more Telnet tools (even GUI, not only command-line)
* Show/Hide script icon in system tray while starting a telnet program. After that it close it self
* Any other stuff that can be useful


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 Post subject: Re: Telnet Wrapper Script For GNS3 - Console/AUX + Other Stu
PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 9:47 pm 
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New Version: v0.2

* Improve script code
* Fix some issues with Telnet
* Add x64/x86 ARCH versions packed with UPX(32bit - 42.79% ratio) and Mpress(64bit - 37.3% ratio)
* Hide script icon in system tray
* Bring to front (Activate the window)
* This tool can be a solution to this suggestion -> http://redmine.gns3.net/issues/44 (I've asked putty devs to add a cli option for title, but...)


Known issue:
Sometimes if you have a 64bit OS (GNS3 is 64bit) and use the 32bit version of this script, it may say that "telnet_program.exe" does not exist, but in reality it is there.
This is a false positive scenario and is solved by downloading\compiling the script (.ahk) as 64bit (This strange bug comes from Microsoft x86->x64 path translations)
I found it with "telnet" (C:\Windows\System32\telnet.exe)

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 Post subject: Re: Telnet Wrapper Script For GNS3 - Console/AUX + Other Stu
PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 3:19 pm 
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Patch for PuTTY 0.62 (Tested on CentOS) - fix for this -> http://redmine.gns3.net/issues/44
This patch allow you to change the window title from command-line and also disable the remote title feature.

I want to make another patch to exclude annoying error messages when connection is down (2 msgbox at once)

Usage:
putty.exe -wt "%d - Console port - [%h:%p]" -telnet %h %p

Code:
--- putty-0.62/cmdline.c        2010-12-23 19:32:28.000000000 +0200
+++ putty-0.62-patch/cmdline.c  2012-05-07 18:02:23.000000000 +0300
@@ -226,6 +226,13 @@ int cmdline_process_param(char *p, char
        strncpy(cfg->username, value, sizeof(cfg->username));
        cfg->username[sizeof(cfg->username) - 1] = '\0';
     }
+    if (!strcmp(p, "-wt")) {
+       RETURN(2);
+       SAVEABLE(0);
+       strncpy(cfg->wintitle, value, sizeof(cfg->wintitle));
+       cfg->wintitle[sizeof(cfg->wintitle) - 1] = '\0';
+       cfg->no_remote_wintitle = 1;
+    }
     if (!strcmp(p, "-loghost")) {
        RETURN(2);
        UNAVAILABLE_IN(TOOLTYPE_NONNETWORK);


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 Post subject: Re: Telnet Wrapper Script For GNS3 - Console/AUX + Other Stu
PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 11:29 pm 
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Thanks a lot tranzitwww :)

Do you think you could propose your patch to be included upstream?

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 Post subject: Re: Telnet Wrapper Script For GNS3 - Console/AUX + Other Stu
PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2012 6:30 am 
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grossmj wrote:
Thanks a lot tranzitwww :)

Do you think you could propose your patch to be included upstream?

No, I thanks you for this great tool!
Well, I've send 2 mails to those guys (PuTTY devs - <putty(a)projects.tartarus.org>) regarding this issue and never receive a feedback, but if you feel more lucky, give it a try ;)


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PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2012 6:37 am 
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Hi,

Quote:
Well, I've send 2 mails to those guys (PuTTY devs - <putty(a)projects.tartarus.org>) regarding this issue and never receive a feedback, but if you feel more lucky, give it a try ;)


I could try but this isn't very important as we package our own Putty along with GNS3 ;)



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