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melchib
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DCNM 11.5.1 Config Compliance - Is there a way I can honor or reconcile the out-of-sync switch?

Hello-

We are in the process of upgrading from 10.4.2 all the way to 11.5.1

One thing we have ran into in our lab is the config compliance piece does not allow us to honor any changes that may have been made via CLI.  For example - let's say someone pastes in a bunch of interface specific configuration via CLI - the switch now becomes out-of-sync.   DCNM kindly alerts us of this.  However - we want to honor that new running configuration....is there no way to re-synch or reconcile the running config into DCNM so the changes become policy?  

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melchib
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Ok - there is a way to do this for interface configuration - which covers at least the vast majority of our situation - where engineers/support folks will configure interfaces going to end-systems or update allowed vlans on trunks, etc.

Cisco even has a video on it's youtube channel.  I can't take credit for finding this - a Cisco employee who assists us on our account, Rich B, sent us this information.

Take a look at this video

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SraTfpsOkfY

 

And config guide

 

 https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/dcn/dcnm/1151/configuration/lanfabric/cisco-dcnm-lanfabric-configuration-guide-1151/control.html#concept_kvy_tcq_vnb

 

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melchib
Beginner

Ok - there is a way to do this for interface configuration - which covers at least the vast majority of our situation - where engineers/support folks will configure interfaces going to end-systems or update allowed vlans on trunks, etc.

Cisco even has a video on it's youtube channel.  I can't take credit for finding this - a Cisco employee who assists us on our account, Rich B, sent us this information.

Take a look at this video

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SraTfpsOkfY

 

And config guide

 

 https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/dcn/dcnm/1151/configuration/lanfabric/cisco-dcnm-lanfabric-configuration-guide-1151/control.html#concept_kvy_tcq_vnb