[rancid] f5 LTM help

Auzzik auzzik at gmail.com
Fri Oct 4 02:28:33 UTC 2013

Yes, just do :f5:up.

On 4 October 2013 12:10, Matt Almgren <malmgren at skyfire.com> wrote:

>  Hey all, I've managed to get Cisco and Juniper working with Rancid, but
> with f5, there doesn't seem to be much documentation.
>  I did find a "f5rancid" in the 'bin' directory, but I'm not sure how to
> use it.
>  Do I simply put this in my routers.db file:
>  <hostname>:f5:up
>  Or is there some other "device-type" that is required to make rancid
> call the 'f5rancid' script?
>  Thanks, Matt
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