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Editing the pre-template commands on a config template

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How do I edit the pre-commands from a config template or CCS script? For example, the following commands are not supported on the switch:



terminal no editing


The switch is a Cisco NXOS, but the commands are for IOS. The NXOS version is specified in the template Edit Template window. This issue also happens in a CCS script.


We are running an older version of NetMRI,


The job adds commands that aren't in the template form:


Warning: Permanently added '' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.

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switch# terminal no monitor

switch# terminal no editing

% Invalid command at '^' marker.

switch# exit

Connection to closed.


*** Job Failed [1] ***




Re: Editing the pre-template commands on a config template

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The switch has to be discovered via SNMP as a Nexus switch before you run the script. Then the commands will work.

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