I have devices that read out of sync in RME. When I run a job to sync them up the job runs successfully but it doesn't sync the particular device. I ran the crypto key command on my routers and it produces this sequence of numbers in the config. RME is showing that these sequence of numbers are present in the running config but not in the startup config. I have tried, via CLI and RME, to sync the two configs up but it doesn't seem to work. Any idea of how I can get RME to sync the two configs. Below is a copy of the sequence of numbers that are present in the running config but not in the start up config.
You must be running RME 4.0 or higher, and the device must support the command "show running-config brief". If those things are met, then you must be using one of telnet or SSH as your config fetch protocol. If you are using TFTP, then the configs will always be out of sync. In that case, simply float one of telnet or SSH to the top of the protocols list.
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