I've just switched over from GNS3 and trying to get going with CML2. I see a few useful features that may come in handy, but there doesn't appear to be any documentation on some of it.
Can someone help me by explaining how "Update Configuration from Device" works please? Is there setup I need to do as every time I click it I get "Unable to update configuration for node [name]", for any device like NXOS9Kv. I'm assuming it's using PYATS or something to try and pull the config, but unsure how it's trying to connect and how it would know IPs etc.
Any pointing in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
I was able to get this to work, after rebooting the device.
So I started with whatever config CML had on the device to start with, then booted the device, once in console of the device I changed the config as I needed. Saved that config as normal at CLI, then rebooted the device via the 'reload' command.
Once I did that THEN the 'update config from device' function worked. I haven't done this a second time yet to see if I change my config from CLI again if I can simply 'update from device' again or if I have to reload each time before it will work.
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A demonstration video illustrating the deployment of Cisco Modeling Labs r1.3 onto a bare metal Cisco UCS C220-m4 server using the ISO distribution media. Video accellerated to approx. 12.5 minute duration.