03-29-2020 09:06 AM - edited 03-29-2020 09:08 AM
I can't use NetEdit anymore after upgrading to 10.04.1000.
Problem is that Commit is no longer possible, because the switch will create copp-policy default entries with "no " for all classes, and the NetEdit thinks a config change was done inbetween.
Also, editing configs no longer work because NetEdit shows a "no class default" inside copp-policy default. This line was not entered by me, and is also not present on the switch. Deleting it allows me to validate the plan, but commit is still not possible.
Anyone facing the same issue?
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Re: NetEdit broken again with AOSCX 10.04.1000: copp-policy default
03-30-2020 09:49 AM
I was able to somehow workaround this by setting a (non-default) copp-policy.
After that, the default copp-policy no longer shows on my NetEdit, and I can use it.