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IMC - Deploy task on Procurve switch

 
Mauro Furini
Frequent Advisor

IMC - Deploy task on Procurve switch

hi all,

    i have recently installed a new deployment of IMC v5.2, when I try to deploy a new task to change the configuration, the imc return to me with a error message (the device does not support the features).

I have tried with 5400zl and also with 2910...the "test" task is very simple, a creation of a new vlan, just to test this feature.

can you help me find where I'm wrong?

 

p.s. i'm currently able to backup correctly the configuration from IMC and if I try via CLI the task it work without problem. the switch choose to test are select in the menù "applicated device"

 

thank's in advance

Mauro

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LindsayHill
Honored Contributor

Re: IMC - Deploy task on Procurve switch

How are you doing your task - as a Configuration Segment, or a CLI Script? Try running it as a CLI script.
Mauro Furini
Frequent Advisor

Re: IMC - Deploy task on Procurve switch

i'm try as configuration segment, thanks for the suggestion, i will try as cli script asap
Mauro Furini
Frequent Advisor

Re: IMC - Deploy task on Procurve switch

I have just tried as a CLI script and finally it works correctly.

But the advantage of the segment is if I have a lot of row of configuration. As a CLI script I single cut&paste every single row and add it manually, with the segment it's a little bit more smart to copy&paste the entire configuration I want to upload.

Anyone has successfully used the segment method to upload a configuration?

 

thanks in advance

LindsayHill
Honored Contributor

Re: IMC - Deploy task on Procurve switch

You shouldn't have to add every row, if it's not changing. A CLI script should only need to include the lines that you're changing - same as if you typed it in via SSH.

Mauro Furini
Frequent Advisor

Re: IMC - Deploy task on Procurve switch

You're right, If I have only 3-4 rows is not a problem use the CLI script, but I mean, for example, if I want to upload 10-15 rows of new snmp configuration...