EMM menu definitions can be loaded directly from a network server or from flash. For example, if your MDF is called tshoot.mdf, and you have it on a TFTP server, run the following from EXEC enable mode:
lab-router#copy tftp flash Address or name of remote host ? 192.168.28.111 Source filename ? HD_Troubleshooting.xml Destination filename [HD_Troubleshooting.xml]? Accessing tftp://192.168.28.111/HD_Troubleshooting.xml... Loading HD_Troubleshooting.xml from 192.168.28.111 (via FastEthernet0/0): ! [OK - 1459 bytes]
1459 bytes copied in 0.560 secs (2605 bytes/sec)
lab-router#emm mdf flash:HD_Troubleshooting.xml
================================================================================ Help Desk Basic troubleshooting menu
Enter ?# for item help -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Vlan Port Changes 2. Show interface status 3. Shut down loopback 0 4. Enable loopback 0
Enter selection: 2
Interface IP-Address OK? Method Status Protocol FastEthernet0/0 10.10.253.188 YES NVRAM up up Service-Engine0/0 unassigned YES NVRAM administratively down down FastEthernet0/1 10.31.253.1 YES NVRAM administratively down down Loopback0 10.0.254.31 YES NVRAM up up
Actually, we are looking for a product to provide a menu for our Help Desk teem to have basic troubleshooting access (ping, Trace, exetened ping, ip route, intereface look up) without going to enable mode (privileged mode) for both Switches & Routers!
Post the HD_Troubleshooting.xml MDF. Typically, I name my EMM files *.mdf for easier identification. EMM is currently only available on devices that can run 12.4T or 15.x or 15.xT code. This is mainly routers.
Is there a product out there by Cisco (other than Cisco Works) that can be configured like EMM to work with Cisco Switches & Routers ( IOS-12.2 and higher). or could you please recommand another solution for us?
You could use EEM's Tcl to build a menu application from scratch. Since you have a relatively small menu, this shouldn't be too difficult. I don't know of any other virtual console applications pre-built. As you note, CiscoWorks could do this.
My point was that you could use the Embedded Event Manager (EEM not EMM) to build a menu on routers and switches. You would need to code everything yourself, though. There are no pre-built menu constructs in EEM. However, EEM gives you the Tcl scripting language so you can print menu options to a terminal and read input from the user.
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