[rancid] get running-config to other network

Tony Tauber ttauber at 1-4-5.net
Fri Jan 20 13:03:25 UTC 2012

Actually, this question has come up before (I think even from me once)
about devices which are only reachable via some sort of gateway (e.g.
telnet from one device to another or console access via terminal server).
I haven't done it and don't have the need in my current environment but I
believe there may have been some patches or hacks devised to deal with it.


On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 7:09 PM, Aaron Smith <list at soccergeek.net> wrote:

> On 01/19/2012 03:15 PM, vincent wrote:
>> I have the following scenario:
>>   - I have two separate networks: A= and B=
>>   - The hosts on network "A" do not need to communicate with hosts on
>> network "B"
> At least one host on network "A" needs to communicate with hosts on
> network "B" ;)
>  If the network "A" ( I can log into the router that
>> divides the network, can allow rancid (with script or other method) to
>> perform a second authentication of network devices to the network "B"
>> (if:
> I don't believe rancid supports bouncing through one router to get to
> another.  I suppose adding a static route on the RANCiD server to get to
> network "B" might work, depending on what networks you're connected to and
> what the routing/firewall policies are.
> > I don't have a routing problem.
> This seems like a routing problem to me.  Your network admins either need
> to let you route through to network "B" or install a RANCiD server in both
> networks.
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