When deploying a baseline template and specifying the paremeters from the UI, I am able to click on "Add instance" to get a second instance of a command set. For example, I have a command set defined to configure the access ports on a 3560 switch. I want one instance to define a range of ports to one vlan, and a second instance to define a range of ports on another vlan. This is possible to do using the UI. However, how do I get this second instance using a baseline parameter file? I have tried simply adding a second <DataSet CommandletName="AccessPorts"> block. The parser accepts it, but it just executes the commands for the first range of ports twice. Is it possible to use multiple instances of a command set from a baseline parameter file?
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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