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Using LMS to send out interface commands to switches

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Nov 13th, 2006
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Hi, I am trying to figure out how to make LMS send out interface commands to 3750 stacks with different numbers and models of switches in them. For example, I want to enable spanning-tree portfast on all the fastethernet ports. Any ideas? Thanks

Correct Answer by Joe Clarke about 10 years 9 months ago

You can use the Baseline Template feature of RME to do this. Your template would look something like:


Submode: interface [#FastEthernet1/0/.*#]

+ spanning-tree portfast


Once you have the template defined, you can deploy the necessary changes to all interfaces that are not compliant (i.e. that do not have portfast enabled already).

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Joe Clarke Mon, 11/13/2006 - 14:10
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You can use the Baseline Template feature of RME to do this. Your template would look something like:


Submode: interface [#FastEthernet1/0/.*#]

+ spanning-tree portfast


Once you have the template defined, you can deploy the necessary changes to all interfaces that are not compliant (i.e. that do not have portfast enabled already).

aaron.storey Thu, 11/16/2006 - 06:22
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Is it possible to apply a configuration like this, but matching only on interfaces that are set to access mode?


Thanks.

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