[rancid] Update configs by an external means
dan.w.anderson at gmail.com
Wed Oct 4 20:50:51 UTC 2017
Rather than using a file that's been transferred onto the system, you may
be able to have RANCID log in via SSH and run "config\rshow current-config"
to dump the config. I'm guessing that there's some other commands that may
be useful, but "show current-config" from config mode is how I typically
get config copies from Sonicwall firewalls when I'm doing firewall
migrations for my customers.
On Tue, Oct 3, 2017 at 3:54 PM, Kyle Tucker <kylet at panix.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've had RANCID with Subversion/WebSVN in place for a few years with
> great success for Cisco gear. I am trying to tackle SonicWall firewalls
> with not much success. I've managed to write my own shell/expect script
> the log onto the SonicWalls and ftp the configs back down where I can
> compare the current and previous configs and upon a change, log back on
> and download the exported "exp" image and I like this method. I also was
> able to get the configs initially into RANCID but without a working
> clogin/sonlogin script, updates aren't being seen. I tried to simply
> copy in a $host.new file but that triggered nothing but it was cleaned
> up. Is there a way I can copy the file in or otherwise inject it into
> RANCID so that rancid-run could accept it and trigger the normal actions
> a diff would trigger? Any thoughts or suggestions appreciated.
> Thanks in advance.
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