firewall blade in 6509 system context backup issue
Hopper, Faron W.
faron.hopper at capgemini.com
Wed Sep 14 20:24:47 UTC 2005
Well, thanks to everyone's help, I am almost finished setting up RANCID to retrieve all of my configs. I have one last issue that I would like to ask everyone's opinion on. We have 2 new firewall blades for Cisco's 6500 series switches. These firewall blades have the concept of contexts or virtual firewalls. When I use clogin to login into the virtual firewall, I can issue the changeto <context> command it will change the context. Everything works fine until i try to run clogin -c "changeto system; show version" hostname. I think the problem is that the prompt changes. Is it possible to use the enableprompt to catch this? I haven't tried it yet, but from reading the man page it doesn't sound like it will look for a different prompt once I am already logged in. Here is the clogin info.
bash-3.00# clogin ddcxf01c-fw-admin
spawn ssh -c 3des -x -l kcsc\netcfgbak ddcxf01c-fw-admin
kcsc\\netcfgbak at ddcxf01c-fw-admin's password:
Type help or '?' for a list of available commands.
ddcxf01c/admin# changeto system
ddcxf01c# sh ver
FWSM Firewall Version 2.3(2) <system>
FWSM Device Manager Version 4.1(1)
Compiled on Wed 06-Apr-05 13:08 by dalecki
ddcxf01c up 22 days 15 hours
Hardware: WS-SVC-FWM-1, 1024 MB RAM, CPU Pentium III 1000 MHz
Flash 2.20 TOSHIBA THNCF128MBA @ 0xc321, 20MB
0: gb-ethernet0: irq 5
1: gb-ethernet1: irq 7
2: ethernet0: irq 11
Maximum Interfaces: 256 (per security context)
Cut-through Proxy: Enabled
ISAKMP peers: Unlimited
Security Contexts: 20
This machine has an Unrestricted (UR) license.
Running Activation Key:
Configuration last modified by kcsc\netcfgbak at 15:16:53 Sep 14 2005
Thanks in advance,
3315 N. Oak Trfy
Kansas City, MO 64116
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