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Script config changes on multiple switches

Hi there,

I've some Cisco switches in my network (2950 + 3550 + CSB3020 ). I've telnet access to all of them.

At the moment the management IP address is like 192.168.1.x . Now, I want to change it to 192.168.2.x where only the 1 changes into 2.

Off course I can make a file with the login credentials and a few lines to change the IP. Then I would've to change the IP every time and paste it at every management console.

But I'm very lazy. ;) Is there a way to script this? With an automatic login to all my switches and something like "where 192.168.1.* replace 192.168.2.*"

Is this possible?

Thx in advance.

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Re: Script config changes on multiple switches

yes it is possible.

google net::telnet::cisco .it will save u a lot of time.

unfortunately I do not have the sort of script u are after yet.

HTH

Sam

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