Capturing screen data from non-Linux devices
I am a relative newbie and apologize in advance if this is an overly simple question, but I haven't found the answer by searching the forums so here goes.
I work as a network engineer and spend a lot of my time telnetting of SSHing into routers and switches and firewalls-- non-Linux devices in other words. Often, I need to run a command on the network device and capture the output to a file so I can send it to a vendor or I need to document something. Is there a way to do this in bash? In the old days-- when I was running Windows-- I would use the PuTTY "logging" options to do this, but now I am normally working in bash terminal. What I have been doing is going to a Windows box to get my capture file, but this is not terribly convenient and I am pretty sure there is a better way.
I am running Fedora Core 4 and using the Gnome Terminal 2.10.0
Thanks in advance.