heas at shrubbery.net
Fri May 3 23:55:42 UTC 2002
Thu, May 02, 2002 at 09:00:31PM -0300, andrew.reynolds at nspower.ca:
> >Wed, May 01, 2002 at 03:30:23PM -0300, andrew.reynolds at nspower.ca:
> >> I'd also be interested in knowing if anyone has gotten this to work on a
> >> Nortel Passport (Accelar) 8600, with firmware 3.0.2. I can use blogin to
> >> run commands, but even after updating brancid to use the correct
> >> to turn off cli paging and to dump the config, I don't seem to be able
> >> retrieve the config automatically.
> >are these differences between the platforms or just the newer software?
> >brancid currently runs
> > 'bcc' => "RunCommand",
> > 'show config' => "ShowConfig",
> > 'show config -all' => "ShowConfig",
> >what are the new equivalents? does the bay produce a consistent error
> >for unknown commands like the cisco's "Invalid input detected" such
> >that we could send both sets of commands?
> >does blogin -c 'bcc;show config;show config -all' router work? where
> >does it fail?
> I had to modify brancid to
> 'show config' => "ShowConfig",
> 'show config verbose' => "ShowConfig",
> In order to get it to sort of run. If I set NOPIP=YES, and run brancid -d
> router, the .raw output file is complete, but the .new file only has the
> following text:
> !RANCID-CONTENT-TYPE: bay
i'd guess that this is a login problem or that blogin is failing to
run the commands properly. try
blogin -c 'bcc;show config;show config verbose' router
it should run all three commands (whatever bcc is/does).
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