Using Developer Shell - pfSsh.php
I’m trying out using the developer shell and pfSsh.php.
The commands I’m running all seem to work as expected and I’ve successfully created aliases and NAT rules.
I’ve saved the commands into a text file ‘cmds.txt’ and have then tried to feed them into pfSsh.php as follows:
/usr/local/sbin/pfSsh.php < cmds.txt
This works fine and the entries are created, however I end up with lots of ‘pfSense shell:’ prompts scrolling past the screen… pages and pages of them.
I’ve added exit; to the end of my commands but I still get the same.
Anyone know how to stop that ?
heper last edited by
why not just record & save a macro ?
My aim is to dynamically update the firewall entries from a script.
The values the script will use will change on a per entry basis so I don’t think a macro will work.
Any way to stop the shell prompt keep appearing ? I have to CTRL+C to get it to end.
Looks like using exit, not exit; resolves the issue !
Put “cmds.txt” in /etc/phpshellsessions
Then: pfSsh.php playback cmds.txt
Thanks I’ll give that a try.