LMS4.0.1 compliance template for ports that are not uplinks
I am attempting to create a compliance template to remove link-status snmp traps and link-status logging for any switch ports that are not connected to another switch or router. Finding a way to identify the uplink ports in the template has me stumped. Depending on the device, the uplink may be a trunk or an access port, so applying the change to all access ports is not an option.
Does anybody have suggestions for syntax to accomplish this? Or perhaps an alternate method to deploy this change to all ports that meet the appropriate criteria? All suggestions are appreciated.
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