Cisco PI 2.0 - SSH/Telnet credentials required? Config archives not working
I can't seem to get configuration archives working without entering in telnet or ssh credentials. Does anyone know if there is a way to get config backups and other PI functionality using snmp credentials alone?
If not, does anyone have a good way for bulk credential changes for when passwords change?
SNMP credentials may be sufficient for management of wireless devices , but for IOS based devices, SNMP credentials will only get you basic inventory and monitoring. All software image management and configuration management requires CLI access. Bottom line is that for full functionality, CLI credentials are required.
To Bulk Edit the device credentilas , you can go to Operate > device work center Need to Manually select the device and click Export Device
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