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Creating an Advanced Baseline Template

How to use an Advanced Baseline Template (LMS 2.6 RME 4.0.5) to reomove or change as example "interface description" on the list of routers

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Cisco Employee

Re: Creating an Advanced Baseline Template

Here is a template you can import that should do what you want.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Creating an Advanced Baseline Template

Interface description isn't something typically changed en masse since each one will generally be unique. However, if you have a bunch of spoke routers, and each have a Serial0 interface (for example) that attaches back to a head end, you could do something like:

SubMode: interface Serial0

+ description Connection to Head End

For all routers that did not have this description under interface Serial0, they would be marked as non-compliant, and you could then deploy this change to them.

New Member

Re: Creating an Advanced Baseline Template

Thanks

Good Example, if all routers marked as compliant, how I can to remove it

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Cisco Employee

Re: Creating an Advanced Baseline Template

Assuming all the descriptions are the same:

- description Connection to Head End

If you don't want any inerface description:

- [#description .*#]

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Re: Creating an Advanced Baseline Template

I tried to build advanced template but not succeeded.

Could you please give full steps to build advanced template to remove the Description from Ethernet Interfaces on the different routers

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Cisco Employee

Re: Creating an Advanced Baseline Template

Here is a template you can import that should do what you want.

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