Bulk Mode script to have increase flexibility

Idea ID 2742475

Bulk Mode script to have increase flexibility

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Bulk mode works and line-by-line fails when deploying a simple change plan like:

 

int range gig1/0/1-48 , gig2/0/1-48 , gig3/0/1-48 , gig4/0/1-48 , gig5/0/1-48

auto qos voip cisco-phone

 

Bulk mode deployments complete successfully in both scenarios above ; however bulk mode is not what we need for this type of script because the Cisco device will not invoke the internal process to generate additional configuration parameters for QoS setup when the ‘auto qos voip cisco-phone’ command is received via a bulk config update via transfer protocols like tftp, ftp, etc.  This command requires that NA connect to the device shell and issue the command explicitly.

Another difference between the two examples above which may contribute to how NA processes the change is the amount of time that it takes for the device to respond after issuing the first command (‘int range…’). 

2 Comments
Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Needs Clarification
Dear Submitter,
While executing the "Deploy change plan" task, there is an option "Deploy Change Plans line-by-line rather than deploying in bulk (when applicable)". Did you try this option while executing a change plan?
 
Regards,
 
Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Already Offered

As per discussion, this feature is already offered in the product.

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