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NAME ^

Net::SSH::Perl::ProxiedIPC - Make long distance SSH commands

SYNOPSIS ^

        my $ssh = Net::SSH::Perl->new( ... );

        my $pipc = Net::SSH::Perl::ProxiedIPC->new( ssh => $ssh );

        {
        my ($cmd, $perlssh) = $pipc->open;

        $perlssh->eval( "use POSIX qw(uname)" );
        my @uname = $perlssh->eval( "uname()" ); # Returns the host of $ssh
        }

        {
        # Go from this host through host1 to host2
        my ($cmd, $perlssh) = $pipc->open( 'user1@host1', 'user2@host2' );

        $perlssh->eval( "use POSIX qw(uname)" );
        my @uname = $perlssh->eval( "uname()" ); # Returns 'host2'
        }

DESCRIPTION ^

This is a utility module that wraps around two SSH modules; Net::SSH::Perl and IPC::PerlSSH. By leveraging PerlSSH against the authenticated long-distance requests, you create a means to access data that would otherwise be secured and unaccessible from the outside world, such as if you were on site with a client. And it lets you call Perl from the remote machine! Yay!

METHODS ^

new

Create a new proxied object by passing the object you create with Net::SSH::Perl.

open

This is just a wrapper around _open_perlssh, an internal function you shouldn't have to worry about.

SEE ALSO ^

Net::SSH::Perl

AUTHOR ^

Jennie Rose Evers-Corvina <seven@nanabox.net>, Matthew S Trout

COPYRIGHT ^

LICENSE ^

You can use this package under the same terms as Perl itself.

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