I just got the product installed and my first device configured but its failing to capture the configuration (it's an ASR running IOS-XE).
I have 1 activity configured: Device.Backup.Running Config
For the device, I configured the type as Cisco.Router.noenable. I initially tried Cisco.Router.General but it kept complaining about "Enable password prompt returned" which would be incorrect since there is no enable option on this router. I don't get that error with Cisco.Router.noenable but it fails to capture the configuration.
The config file shows this:
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.
This is odd because I can issue the command manually and it works. Seems like there are some unprinted character after "config", given that a typical "invalid input" marker is spaced appropriately to point to the first invalid input character and there are 20 spaces before the ^ in the output.
The activity log show this when using noenable :
When editing the device, I can click on the Telnet/SSH button and successfully log into the device and issue a show config. Any ideas why this is failing.
I got it working on my IOS-XE router by setting the username and password prompts on the prompts tab. The same prompt exists for My Nexus switches running NX-OS and the job worked the first time I ran it but subsequent runs get the messages "Did not receive command prompt after connecting via SSH". I also was getting bad ssh version so I set the method to SSH2-nopty which allowed it to connect the first time I tried it. Any thoughts here?
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