[rancid] BNT help?

Jonathan Mills jonmills at renci.org
Mon Apr 9 22:04:04 UTC 2012

It is using a #

On Apr 9, 2012, at 5:50 PM, "James Baldwin" <jbaldwin at antinode.net> wrote:

> Is the shell terminator the same as a Cisco? That is, is it using a # mark or a different terminator?
> On Apr 9, 2012, at 3:23 PM, Jonathan Mills wrote:
>> For instance, I can confirm that I am able to login to it, and get into enable mode, using /usr/libexec/rancid/clogin.  So, it's kinda like Cisco.  Where it fails, is that it can't answer all the commands that rancid wants to send.  I'm new to rancid, and I don't get how to manage (or filter?) the commands I want it to run.  Only things I really want it to do (all of which work, when I put them on the command like ( -c ) using clogin):
>> show version
>> show boot
>> show vlans
>> show running-config
>> --
>> Jonathan Mills
>> Systems Administrator
>> Renaissance Computing Institute
>> UNC-Chapel Hill
>> On 04/09/2012 04:07 PM, Jonathan Mills wrote:
>>> Does anyone have experience using rancid with a Blade Network
>>> Technologies (BNT) switch? BNT is now owned by IBM, however. Running a
>>> 'show version' states the switch OS as:
>>> "IBM Networking Operating System RackSwitch G8052"
>>> Any advice would be much appreciated!
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