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IOS Macro - Is it possible to assign value to a variable?

petter.miller
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Hi.

I am wondering if it is possible in IOS to assing a value to a variable (for instance $access_vlan) from within a macro?

I do not want the set the value as a input value to the macro. More specific I want to assign the current access vlan number to a variable to be able to set "switchport trunk native vlan $access_vlan" in a macro.

 

Regards,

Petter

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Leo Laohoo
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macro apply <MACRO NAME> $access_vlan <VALUE>

Hi.

I do not want to pass the value as an argument. The goal is to run the macro from ISE with just the name of the macro. I do not know the what the access vlan number is on a specific switch.

If possible I would like to assign the value like this:

$access_vlan = [somehow determine the access vlan number, show command or whatever]

 

-Petter

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