RANCID and TFTP.
heas at shrubbery.net
Thu Oct 18 16:09:07 UTC 2001
Wed, Oct 17, 2001 at 11:59:43PM -0700, David Williamson:
> On Thu, Oct 18, 2001 at 10:08:04AM +1000, Andrew Fort wrote:
> > I manually replace the passwords in the device, usually in the temporary
> > file before its uploaded. If not, I usually forget to put the BGP md5 auth
> > passwords in, think "ugh, why doesn't the thing bring up adjacen... doh!"
> > and then get with the program, so a script to regexp the ! password
> > <removed> stuff with the users' input would be a useful thing, also (or more
> > coffee).
> An option to not strip the passwords would also be useful, although I
is this something folks really want?
> admit I wouldn't use it. Given a decent password storage mechanism
> (you all have one, right?), it's pretty much a little perl to put the
> config file back to 'reality' before shoving it onto the router.
> Or more caffeine, as suggested.
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