Major difference with most scriptable telnets is the way the script works.
A telnet is a dialog, so the script should not have a predefined sequence of actions, but should react depending on what the server says. This script-languager has this possibility.
some scripting examples: automated fetching of cisco config
automated fetching of ascend config
for info: ascends were an old type of ras-servers.
scripting help is in the program itself, when starting it up.
you can already having a loot at it here.
In case of problems, or if you like it, you can contact me by email.
But support, you will only get after a contribution.
if you really like it, and want to contribute (for the many hours spent in writing it). just send a mail, and I will contact you.
Mail to Quintelier Marcel