2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 3, 2018 9:45 AM by annysmith

    Do you manage a Cisco Nexus with large configs?

    cobrien

      As posted here, I'm looking for some large Cisco Nexus configs.  Configured ACLs are desirable but not a hard requirement.  We created an automated anonymize to make it a little bit easier to scrub them: https://downloads.solarwinds.com/solarwinds/Release/OrionNCM/Anonymizer-v1.0.zip

       

      These will be useful for both NPM and NCM.  Sometimes, for example with ASA, we have to understand the configuration of a device to poll it properly.  If you're interested in helping, grab your full configs, run them through the automatic anonymizer, and do a final manual pass to confirm you're happy and anonymize any remaining values.

       

      The configs can be securely uploaded here: https://Share.SolarWinds.com/?ShareToken=03F4D04CFCF2C2600BA651B9A7679F5496A53E56

       

      Let me know if you have any questions.  And thanks!

        • Re: Do you manage a Cisco Nexus with large configs?
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