Ticket #39942

Invalid Host error when running .ttl macro

Open Date: 2020-01-21 23:17 Last Update: 2020-02-04 17:06

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I recently had to re-image my machine. On new Tera Term install running the same macros I'm now getting an Invalid Host pop-up error when I try to run an SSH macro. If I open Tera Term on its own and use the hostname defined in my .ttl file it works fine.

I've tried both version 4.78 (which a coworker is using and has no problems with) as well as 4.105. I'm assuming this means I missed some step in my setup to get this to work properly, but I'm not sure what it is.

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2020-01-21 23:17 Updated by: andyreifman
  • New Ticket "Invalid Host error when running .ttl macro" created
2020-02-04 17:06 Updated by: yegorich
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do you still have this issue? I've created a *.ttl file like shown in this blog (http://glasses-se-note.com/wp_en/2018/06/30/teraterm_macro/) and I have no problems either with IP address or host name. I've tested ttpmacro.exe that was compiled from current subversion tree i.e. the future version 5.0.

Can you share your macro file (without the credentials)?

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