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REGEX in Policy Compliance Check

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Trying to use regex in a policy compliance rule to check OSPF areas and when I test the policy keep getting errors stating the line does not exist.

 

The regex is 

area (1\.1\.1\.1|2\.2\.2\.2|3\.3\.3\.3|4\.4\.4\.4|5\.5\.5\.5|8\.8\.8\.8) stub

 

and the config I'm testing against contains the line

area 3.3.3.3 stub 100 no-summary

I've tried escaping with / at various points in the statement with no improvement.

 

Any suggestions?

Re: REGEX in Policy Compliance Check

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Do all the configs look something like this

 

area 3.3.3.3 stub 100 no-summary

 

Or some that might have 

area 1.1.1.1 stub 100 no-summary

 etc...


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Re: REGEX in Policy Compliance Check

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The area will be 1.1.1.1, 2.2.2.2, 3.3.3.3, 4.4.4.4, 5.5.5.5 or 8.8.8.8 depending upon where in our environment it exists.  Which is why I was using (x.x.x.x|y.y.y.y) as a selector.

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