Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of HaCiImportConfig


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Dec 30, 2009, 2:52:08 PM (11 years ago)
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    5 If you have your router configurations saved in files, or if you have a tool that exports a CSV file with address/router/port/description informations, you use the Import from Config File tool. The "Source" dropdown menu allows you to choose the format. Currently recognized formats are Cisco and Juniper. The CSV option will open another form that lets you match the columns of your CSV file to the appropriate entries <insert snapshot>.
     5If you have your router configurations saved in files, or if you have a tool that exports a CSV file with address informations, you use the Import from Config File tool. The "Source" dropdown menu allows you to choose the format. Currently recognized formats are Cisco and Juniper. The CSV option will open another form that lets you match the columns of your CSV file to the appropriate entries <insert snapshot>. Since a router configuration is most likely to have addresses coming from diverse blocks, this importer will always create a new root. The Cisco importer uses the hostname found in the configuration, the Juniper importer uses the file name instead.
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     7A popup will let you know how many addresses were recognized: [[HaCiImportConfig-message.png]].
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     9As for the DNS import, if the configuration file has both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses you will get two new roots: [[HaCiImportConfig-results.png]].
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