This is a simple question. With 6 code when writing simple scripts (just a list of commands) I would insert notes with the "#" sign as the leading character and when doing a paste the operating system would ignore that line. Example in the middle of my tunnel script, I have this for 6.5:
# crypto-local pki OCSPResponderCert ocsp ocsp.cer# crypto-local pki rcp "cacert_ec"# ocsp-url "http://0.0.0.0/ocsp"# ocsp-responder-cert "ocsp"# server-unreachable revoke-cert# revocation-check ocsp# exit
An engineer could cut and paste right though this. For version eight we cut and paste around it. Is there a like solution for 8.2? Thanks.
Try the ! character.
That works, but with a space after it:
(szor) ^[mm] (config) #! Have a happy Day(szor) ^[mm] (config) #!Have a happy Day ^Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
Thanks. That helps more than you can say. I had tried a "!" but didn't try it with a space after.
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