When you do config deployment via ciscoworks you can enter commands that would cut the connection between ciscoworks and the device. The type of commands that would cut you out if you did it via telnet.
It looks like ciscoworks can deploy the new config in one go.
Still the commands are entered line by line.
Are there any docs that explain how ciscoworks actually does this?
In particular for CatOS devices.
I could not find anything good on cco. Must have searched for the wrong keywords.
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