The version I am using is LMS 2.2. I managed to archive the configs however I will need to open 1 at a time to view the configuration. Is there a way where a folder can be created by Ciscoworks to dump in all 160 router configs according to the router name?
Unfortunately no. You can go to the path where the configs are stored, but you will need to know the device ID in order to correlate that to which device it is. The device ID is a numerical number and not the name of the device.
If you have installed LMS on solaris there is the possibility to write a little shell script that will do it for you.
Or you can use the cli tool cwconfig. Type in "cwconfig export -help" and you will get detailed info about the syntax. Use it with the an input file where you have one definition per line with the arguments -device -f
If you will need -f or not depends on how your devices are in the DB. If they are only listed by IP you will once have to create the mapping between IP and devicename for the input file but if you have done that you can run the command on a regular timebase. Use it with -continue to finish even if errors occure.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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