I have the following question:
- how do i export/backup the running config of a remote device from NSM?
I would like to be able to create a text-file with all the configure-commands of a remote device. This way it is possible to quickly restore a config on a remote device without having to use the NSM (in case we've got big problems and our NSM isn't working).
I already found the "export-device config to file" option, but this is some kind of xml-like structured, i want it clean like when adding a device to NSM ("show device commands"). Another option is to build a script to try and rebuild the xml-like device-config-file to a cli-config.
Anyone got an idea?
If the devices you are interested in are the Secure Access devices, I think you are out of luck. There is no CLI defined for the device - configuration loads have to be done by XML.
I wish this weren't true.
This only works with devcies that are currently connected to NSM....
Use the 'Troubleshoot' function (right click on device)
Use the 'get config' command
copy/paste the info that is returned from the device....
You can setup a script to perform this type of query to all your devices (this would be outside the NSM communication channel) but it's complicated.
Hope that helps...
Will Work For Cache....