Cisco Digital Network Architecture Center Tools <Template Editor >
In this article, we are going to talk about the Cisco Digital Network Architecture Center Template Editor tool.
Cisco DNA Center gives us the flexibility and scalability to configure multiple fabric sites and manage all of them even LAN or WLan through DNAC (Centralization Point).
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I have known about this configuration for a while but I will admit that I didn't really try to learn it until recently, for that I going to share with you what I learned.
Template Editor is CLI templet, It is a centralized management tool to create the configuration of a network device and assign each templet file to the specific network profile and you can push configuration for any device under your campus fabric through this templet.
Within a few steps, you can achieve this :
Access to DNAC --> Tools ---> Template Editor
Press Add Button ---> create new project ----> Add new ---> Name & description ----> Choose device Type ----> Choose Software Type ----> write software version
Create a network Profile and assign this templet with the profile
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