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Thanks for the response. I tried this bit here to log in. With different form names.
$mech->get($url); $mech->form_name( 'FVS318'); $mech->field('id', $USER); $mech->field('p',$PASS); $mech->click('submit');
But, this works. So, I can log in using the following.
my $mech = LWP::UserAgent->new; $mech->credentials( '', 'FVS318', 'admin' => 'secret' );
I can get to the correct page, as I mentioned. So, now I will try to select and de-select the radio buttons. I have one example of selecting the radio buttons. I'll give it a whirl. Again, using the Perl modules and oo is totally new to me. Thank you.

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