I'm having an issue creating a config change template that includes @ symbols and other special symbols such as the / slash. I have a Cisco router config that validates, but when I add the variables and run it, I get the following error when opening "show commands in new window".
Error:Variable @Lo0IP/32 could not be matched. Possible causes of this are:
1) It has not been declared.
2) You are referencing an entity property which does not exist.
3) You are missing a closing bracket in a prior native block.
The @Lo0IP is a variable for our Loopback IP address but the /32 isn't a part of the variable, it's just the CIDR for the prefix-list statement that would normally look like 10.10.10.10/32. I've added the @Lo0IP as a variable and also added the string before the CLI statements.
Loopback0 IP Address
script ATCBranchGREConfigTemplate (
ip prefix-list EIGRP_LEAK_pfx seq 5 permit @Lo0IP/32
I saw the thread about creating a string for the / slash and then calling that string in its place in the CLI piece, but I kept getting syntax errors. Any ideas would be appreciated!