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RME: configurations management

Hello all,

My customer want to created its own configurations and put them in the right directory (maybe shadow directory ??) I would like to push them all with a script, just with one action (not with config editor which means to push them one by one ...)

Is it possible? with scripting in perl

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Re: RME: configurations management

There are programs out there that will do that.

But, sure it's possible to do it with perl.

IMHO, Best way would be with TCL "aka tickle" scripting. I use TCL scripting all the time to do misc. things.

-brad

www.ccbootcamp.com

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Re: RME: configurations management

You can script the cwcli command to do this kind of thing. For example, to push an arbitrary config file onto a device:

cwcli config import -u admin -p admin -f /tmp/device.cfg -device 10.1.1.1

There are more advanced options for bulk config operations. See the cwcli documentation in RME.

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