Many vendors are quick in claiming 'multivendor' and 'fully integrated' and cisco is no exception.
I've receive comments from cisco people saying the stucture of the used device packages is ever so simple. These packages tell ciscoworks how to do the things ciscoworks does on a particular device type.
I have however never managed to reverse engineer it in order to add 'other' device support. Maybe I'm lacking the java programing experience required for this. Maybe I just need a simple example to catch the idea behind it all.
If it would only be config backup, it would be a good start. If someone here has done something like this, even if it is just scratching the surface, I too would be interested.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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