I have one issue when discovering policies on new added router in CMS. When CSM does discovery and downloads all configuration to its database, it renames all policies (I mean ZBF, class-maps, etc). Is it normal? actually its quite frustrating cause I've got my own naming schema (which helps me a lot when seeing it in CLI).
And the second problem is that when configuration is read by CMS and I make first small changes and deploy it to the router I must remember to uncheck "auto-summary" in EIGRP policy. In the base configuration (before adding router to CSM), no auto-summary is applied, but after adding it and deploying any changes CSM stubbornly wants to change it to "auto-summary" (it caused me much pain because due to the routing problem I was disconnected)
Is there a way to avoid such a frustrating suprises? Any option in configuration to change?
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