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    Default Configuration Views Examples

    Default configuration Views are added during server start up or data migration during an upgrade. These default configuration Views are added only on the initial server start up and data migration during an upgrade. Default configuration Views cannot be added every time the server starts. The user can perform all the usual operations with the default configuration Views including delete operation.

    Adding default configuration Views during migration has the following conditions:

    • 13.1 to 13.3:
      • Default configuration Views are added if an entity with the same name does not exist in 13.1.
      • Default configuration Views are over written if an entity with the same name exists in 13.1.
    • 13.3 to later releases:
      • Default configuration Views are not added or overwritten, if the default configuration Views are modified or deleted by the user in 13.3.

    Default view

    This view produces the configuration of the selected node in CLI format- curly brace format.

    Context: //

    This configuration view is targeted for all the entities.

    Sample CLI view

    ## Device: EX4200

    interfaces {ge-0/0/4 {description "desc";unit 0 {description "description for Unit;";}}}

    Example XML view

    This view produces the configuration of the selected node in XML format.

    Context: ///device/configuration/protocols

    This configuration view is targeted for protocols.

    Sample CLI view

    ## Device: EX4200

    <!-- Device: Ex4200 -->
    <protocols>
        <igmp-snooping>
            <vlan>
                <name>all</name>
            </vlan>
        </igmp-snooping>
        <rstp>
        </rstp>
        <lldp>
            <interface>
                <name>all</name>
            </interface>
        </lldp>
        <lldp-med>
            <interface>
                <name>all</name>
            </interface>
        </lldp-med>
    </protocols>
    

    Example Form view

    This form view displays certain important information about device.

    Context:/device

    Sample Form view Details:

    Table 1: Parameters

    Display name

    Script dependent

    Parameter

    Configured value xpath

    Order

    Device Name

    false

    Device_Name

    /device/system-information/host-name/text()

    1

    OS Version

    false

    OS_Version

    /device/system-information/os-version/text()

    2

    Serial Number

    false

    Serial_Number

    /device/system-information/serial-number/text()

    3

    Chassis

    false

    chassis_description

    /device/chassis-inventory/chassis/description/text()

    4

    Location

    false

    snmp_location

    /device/configuration/snmp/location/text()

    5

    Contact

    false

    snmp_contact

    /device/configuration/snmp/contact/text()

    6

    Sample Form View:

    Device Name: ACX-34

    OS Version: 12.3-20130818_att_12q3_x51.0

    Serial Number: ABCDE12345

    Chassis: ACX1100

    Location: location1

    Contact: John Doe

    Example Grid view

    This view displays information about the selected node in Grid format.

    Context:/device

    Sample Grid View Details

    Table 2: Parameters

    Parameter

    Index parameter

    Display name

    Script dependent

    Customized attribute

    Editable

    Order

    Device_Name

    true

    Device Name

    false

    false

    false

    1

    Physical_Interface_Name

    true

    Physical Interface Name

    false

    false

    false

    2

    IP_Address

    false

    IP Address

    false

    false

    false

    3

    MAC_Address

    false

    MAC Address

    false

    false

    false

    4

    Operational_Status

    false

    OperationalStatus

    false

    false

    false

    5

    Admin_Status

    false

    Admin Status

    false

    false

    false

    6

    Speed

    false

    Speed

    false

    false

    false

    7

    Table 3 displays the parameters, configured value Xpaths and the order.

    Table 3: Parameters and Configured Value XPath

    Parameter

    Configured value xpath

    Order

    Device_Name

    /device/system-information/host-name/text()

    1

    Physical_Interface_Name

    /device[name='$Device_Name']/interface-information/physical-interface
    [starts-with(name,'xe')or starts-with(name,'ge-')or starts-with(name,'fe')]/name/ text()

    2

    IP_Address

    /device[name='$Device_Name']/configuration/interfaces/interface
    [name='$Physical_Interface_Name']/unit[name='0']
    /family/inet/address/name/text()

    3

    MAC_Address

    device[name='$Device_Name']/interface-information/physical-interface
    [name='$Physical_Interface_Name']/hardware-physical-address

    4

    Operational_Status

    /device[name='$Device_Name']/interface-information/physical-interface
    [name='$Physical_Interface_Name']/oper-status/text()

    5

    Admin_Status

    /device[name='$Device_Name']/interface-information/physical-interface
    [name='$Physical_Interface_Name']/admin-status/text()

    6

    Speed

    /device[name='$Device_Name']/interface-information/physical-interface
    [name='$Physical_Interface_Name']/speed/text()

    7

    Sample Grid View

    Device Name

    Physical interface

    IP address

    MAC address

    Operational status

    Admin status

    Speed

    ACX-34

    ge-0/0/0

    NA

    00:00:5E:00:53:00

    down

    Up

    1000mbps

    ACX-34

    ge-0/0/1

    NA

    00:00:5E:00:53:00

    down

    Up

    1000mbps

    ACX-34

    ge-0/0/2

    NA

    00:00:5E:00:53:00

    down

    Up

    1000mbps

    ACX-34

    ge-0/0/3

    NA

    00:00:5E:00:53:00

    down

    Up

    1000mbps

    Modified: 2016-06-28