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Pasteing multiple commands in ClearPass 6.11 CLI

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  • 1.  Pasteing multiple commands in ClearPass 6.11 CLI

    Posted May 30, 2023 06:01 AM


    In previous versions of ClearPass it has been possible to paste multiple lines of routing information at the same time like this:
    network ip add mgmt -d -g
    network ip add mgmt -d -g
    network ip add mgmt -d -g
    network ip add mgmt -d -g

    All routing entries have been added without any issues.
    In ClearPass 6.11 only the first row is added.

    For customers with multiple static routings in ClearPass an where they have documented the commands in the format above for quick and easy restoration of the settings in case of RMA or other reinstallation this new behaviour is an issue that add some extra time needed to be spent on each server.

    Is the new behaviour intentional or is it an error to send to TAC?<o:p></o:p>

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    Best Regards
    Jonas Hammarbäck
    MVP 2023, ACCX #1335, ACX-Network Security, Aruba SME, ACMP, ACDP , ACEP, ACSA
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  • 2.  RE: Pasteing multiple commands in ClearPass 6.11 CLI

    Posted Jun 28, 2023 05:28 AM

    I'm not aware of a deliberate change in this behavior. It seems like grey area, pasting commands including the response to a prompt, but you can ask TAC for their view.

    Herman Robers
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