RME 4.0: Stop Config Archive on certain devices

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May 7th, 2007
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Can I prevent RME from archiving configs from certain routers? ie, not specific router models or types but specific routers. Like a filter?

They're ISP routers that we have read snmp-access to, for monitoring, and I want to see them in Topology Service Maps but we're not allowed to access configs and I wish to stop RME from attempting to do so, if possible.

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 10 years 2 months ago

This is not possible. As long as there are no read-write credentials in DCR for these devices, RME will, of course, not get the config, but the system fetch job will at least try. The only way to prevent this is to delete the device from RME, but then you would lose inventory and syslog capabilities as well.

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Joe Clarke Tue, 05/08/2007 - 05:09
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This is not possible. As long as there are no read-write credentials in DCR for these devices, RME will, of course, not get the config, but the system fetch job will at least try. The only way to prevent this is to delete the device from RME, but then you would lose inventory and syslog capabilities as well.

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