Creating an Advanced Baseline Template

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Apr 8th, 2007
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How to use an Advanced Baseline Template (LMS 2.6 RME 4.0.5) to reomove or change as example "interface description" on the list of routers

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 10 years 5 days ago

Here is a template you can import that should do what you want.

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Joe Clarke Sun, 04/08/2007 - 05:53
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Interface description isn't something typically changed en masse since each one will generally be unique. However, if you have a bunch of spoke routers, and each have a Serial0 interface (for example) that attaches back to a head end, you could do something like:

SubMode: interface Serial0

+ description Connection to Head End

For all routers that did not have this description under interface Serial0, they would be marked as non-compliant, and you could then deploy this change to them.

oalvi Sun, 04/08/2007 - 22:01
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Good Example, if all routers marked as compliant, how I can to remove it


Joe Clarke Mon, 04/09/2007 - 08:24
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Assuming all the descriptions are the same:

- description Connection to Head End

If you don't want any inerface description:

- [#description .*#]

oalvi Tue, 04/24/2007 - 04:00
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I tried to build advanced template but not succeeded.

Could you please give full steps to build advanced template to remove the Description from Ethernet Interfaces on the different routers



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