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ghankins at mindspring

Jun 26, 2008, 4:14 PM

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New Force10 f10rancid for FTOS devices

A new f10rancid module that supports all Force10 devices running FTOS is
now available. John Heasley did most of the work, and I added some tweaks
for specific devices.

I tested this version on the E-Series, C-Series and S-Series running FTOS
7.7.1 but it should work fine on older FTOS versions too. Devices running
SFTOS are not supported.

The module will be included in an upcoming RANCID release but in the meantime
you can grab it here: http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/f10rancid .
Then move it to the bin directory.

Example output is here:
E1200 - http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/E1200-rancid-example
C300 - http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/C300-rancid-example
S50N - http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/S50N-rancid-example

Have fun,
Greg

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sean at craigslist

Jun 26, 2008, 4:35 PM

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Re: New Force10 f10rancid for FTOS devices [In reply to]

Greg Hankins wrote:
> A new f10rancid module that supports all Force10 devices running FTOS is
> now available.

Hi Greg,

One little bug so far: our 48-port GigE TF cards show up as 10/100:



!Chassis: Required Type : E48TF - 48-port 10/100 Base-T line card with
RJ-45 interfaces (EF)


core1p#show chassis | grep E48TF
Required Type : E48TF - 48-port 10/100/1000Base-T line card with RJ-45
interfaces (EF)

Thanks for updating f10rancid-- the extra output is useful.

cheers,
sk
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ghankins at mindspring

Jun 30, 2008, 6:38 PM

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Re: New Force10 f10rancid for FTOS devices [In reply to]

Well, that was annoying. Sorry about that, an overzealous regex was
truncating output in a couple of places. Your serial numbers should look
better now too.

I also added a couple lines of code to whack passwords on the "ftp-server
username" and "enable restricted" commands.

New module:
http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/f10rancid

Corrected example output:
E1200 - http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/E1200-rancid-example
C300 - http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/C300-rancid-example
S50N - http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/S50N-rancid-example

Greg

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-----Original Message-----
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2008 16:35:11 -0700
From: Sean Knox <sean [at] craigslist>
To: Greg Hankins <ghankins [at] mindspring>
CC: force10-nsp [at] puck
Subject: Re: [F10-nsp] New Force10 f10rancid for FTOS devices

Greg Hankins wrote:
>A new f10rancid module that supports all Force10 devices running FTOS is
>now available.

Hi Greg,

One little bug so far: our 48-port GigE TF cards show up as 10/100:



!Chassis: Required Type : E48TF - 48-port 10/100 Base-T line card with
RJ-45 interfaces (EF)


core1p#show chassis | grep E48TF
Required Type : E48TF - 48-port 10/100/1000Base-T line card with RJ-45
interfaces (EF)

Thanks for updating f10rancid-- the extra output is useful.

cheers,
sk
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sean at craigslist

Jun 30, 2008, 6:46 PM

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Re: New Force10 f10rancid for FTOS devices [In reply to]

Hey Greg,

That looks much better. Works like a charm on my E600s. Thanks!

sk

Greg Hankins wrote:
> Well, that was annoying. Sorry about that, an overzealous regex was
> truncating output in a couple of places. Your serial numbers should look
> better now too.
>
> I also added a couple lines of code to whack passwords on the "ftp-server
> username" and "enable restricted" commands.
>
> New module:
> http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/f10rancid
>
> Corrected example output:
> E1200 - http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/E1200-rancid-example
> C300 - http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/C300-rancid-example
> S50N - http://www.twoguys.org/~gregh/software/S50N-rancid-example
>
> Greg
>
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