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Configuring Auto-Reprovisioning

 

Use this procedure to configure auto-reprovisioning.

Auto-reprovisioning enables you to replace one module with a different module without requiring you to perform manual reconfiguration. This is currently supported for certain UFM modules. See Replacing a UFM3 or a UFM4.

  1. Enter configuration mode.

    For example:

    bti7800# config
  2. Specify whether auto-reprovisioning is enabled or disabled.

    If auto-reprovisioning is enabled, the system automatically unprovisions the module being replaced, and provisions the newly inserted module. If auto-reprovisioning is disabled, you must manually unprovision the module being replaced, and manually provision the newly inserted module.

    For example, to enable auto-reprovisioning:

    bti7800(config-system)# auto-reprov true
  3. Commit your changes.
    bti7800(config-system)# commit