replace pattern pattern1 with pattern2 <upto n>
Command introduced in Junos OS Release 7.6.
Replace identifiers or values in a configuration.
pattern1—Text string or regular expression that defines the identifiers or values you want to match.
pattern2—Text string or regular expression that replaces the identifiers and values located with pattern1. Juniper Networks uses standard UNIX-style regular expression syntax (as defined in POSIX 1003.2). If the regular expression contains spaces, operators, or wildcard characters, enclose the expression in quotation marks. Greedy qualifiers (match as much as possible) are supported. Lazy qualifiers (match as little as possible) are not.
upto n—Number of objects replaced. The value of n controls the total number of objects that are replaced in the configuration (not the total number of times the pattern occurs). Objects at the same hierarchy level (siblings) are replaced first. Multiple occurrences of a pattern within a given object are considered a single replacement. If you do not specify an upto option, all identifiers and values in the configuration that match pattern1 are replaced.
Required Privilege Level
configure—To enter configuration mode, but other required privilege levels depend on where the statement is located in the configuration hierarchy.