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Automating sshutil importpubkey

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Here's an expect script for automating ssh key uploads.

 

#!/usr/bin/expect -f

#Syntax
#./test.exp <switch ip> <switch admin user> <switch admin password> <switch user of ssh key> <host where public key sits> <ssh key host user> <ssh key host password>


set force_conservative 0  ;# set to 1 to force conservative mode even if
                          ;# script wasn't run conservatively originally
if {$force_conservative} {
        set send_slow {1 .1}
        proc send {ignore arg} {
                sleep .1
                exp_send -s -- $arg
        }
}

set timeout 6
set swhostname [lindex $argv 0]
set swusername [lindex $argv 1]
set swpassword [lindex $argv 2]
set swusername2 [lindex $argv 3]
set keyhost [lindex $argv 4]
set keyuser [lindex $argv 5]
set keypass [lindex $argv 6]
#log_user 0


send_user "\n####\n# $swhostname\n####\n"

spawn ssh -q -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no $swusername@$swhostname

expect {
  timeout { send_user "\nFailed to get password prompt\n"; exit 1}
  eof { send_user "\nSSH failure for $swhostname\n"; exit 1}
  "*assword"
}

send "$swpassword\r"

expect {
  timeout { send_user "\nLogin failed. Password incorrect.\n"; exit }
  "*admin> "
}

send_user "\nPassword is correct\n"


send -- "sshutil importpubkey\r"
expect "*imported:"
send -- "$swusername2\r"
expect "*IP address:"
send -- "$keyhost\r"
expect "*directory:"
send -- "/home/kippenn\r"
expect "*suffix):"
send -- "id_rsa.pub\r"
expect "*login name:"
send -- "$keyuser\r"
expect "*Password: "
send -- "$keypass\r"
expect "*imported successfully.\r
*:admin> "
send -- "exit\r"
close

I just used a for loop to read a list of switches and passed that to the expect script also specifying the parameters.  I would have hard coded all the variables but for security reasons I didn't.  Also you'll need to change the name of the public key file and home directory path as needed.

 

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