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CSutil.exe on 3.3

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Oct 30th, 2006
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I am trying to do a bulk import from a text file of some NASs and those NASs have multiple IPs. The documentation says to use the pipe (|) command, but every combonation of the pipe command always seems to return a syntax error. what is the exact utilization for adding NASs with multiple IPs?

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darpotter Tue, 10/31/2006 - 07:27
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Hi


I doubt very much (99.999% sure) that csutil doesnt support multi-ipaddrs.


I doubt even dbsync does either.


sorry!


Darran

metro.gmarsh Thu, 11/09/2006 - 14:30
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look at the documentation; it says multiple ip address additions.

darpotter Fri, 11/10/2006 - 06:46
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Docs are wrong.


The ip address can be of the following formats:


n.n.n.n eg 1.2.3.4

*.*.*.*

n-n.n-n.n-n.n-n.n-n eg 192-192.168-168.0-0.1-254

FQDN style name eg device1.myco.com


Cant promise this is exposed all the way through to csutil as the host db extensions for multiple addresses were added ages after csutil was written.

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