I already have devices in CW. How can I change ena pass on all of them. Can I somehow import new passwords into netconfig job .. or something. Can you be more specific about actually implementing new passwords?
You can certainly use Netconfig to do this. However, if you don't want to use SNMP, you will need to use one of telnet, SSH, RCP, or SCP. First step will be to select the desired deployment protocol from RME > Admin > Config Mgmt > Transport Settings > Netconfig. Then, you can use the pre-configured "Enable Password" template in Netconfig to deploy this change to all selected devices.
If each device needs a separate password, you can create a user-defined Netconfig PARAMETERIZED template then build a parameter XML file for specifying what each of the devices' passwords should be. See http://server/help/rme/fundamentals/netcfg_ParametTemplates.html in the online help for more details on Parameterized Templates.
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