Configuration Changes - VLAN ?

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Feb 20th, 2008
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Change Audit messages saying that the Vlan information has changed?


Application : Archive Mgmt

RME Server : c2k062

Device : rivashs1

Category : CONFIG_CHANGE

Connection Mode : TELNET

Time : Thu Feb 21 08:54:58 EST 2008

User : ciscoworks

Description : System config collection job : VLAN-RUNNING


Do I need to backup the VLAN information? How can I stop it?

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 9 years 4 months ago

By default, the vlan config will be backed up with the running config. However, the vlan.dat file is opaque data, so RME really can't detect if a change has occurred. It's default behavior is to err on the side of caution, and report a change. However, if you do not want a change record to be generated for vlan.dat, check the "Enable vlan Change Audit Filter" box under RME > Administration > Change Audit > Config Change Filter.

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Joe Clarke Wed, 02/20/2008 - 15:02
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By default, the vlan config will be backed up with the running config. However, the vlan.dat file is opaque data, so RME really can't detect if a change has occurred. It's default behavior is to err on the side of caution, and report a change. However, if you do not want a change record to be generated for vlan.dat, check the "Enable vlan Change Audit Filter" box under RME > Administration > Change Audit > Config Change Filter.

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