the problem is that it doesn't always work like that. The way it has always worked (even way back in the Sipura days) is that:
- fred sets the parameter to "fred" (overriding what was there)
- sets and empty value to "myParam" parameter (overriding what was there)
- does not modify the value of "myParam"
- Not including any "myParam" parameters does not modify the value of "myParam"
Here's the thing, it still works that way for other parameters (tested with ).
So there are different ways of working here. Here's my theory on this (and if Patrcik or anybody else can confirm this):
- The old-style that I described still works that way for all the old parameters
- The new-style that you've described applies to all the new parameters Cisco has added to the Sipura profile in the
- the "ua" attribute that specifies if the user account has read-only, read-write or no access to the parameter only works with the old-style parameters. Anything in the router-configuration ignores the "ua" parameter
Is this correct?