Scripts and Macros for Dynamic Interfaces Overview

Scripts and macros are intended to reduce the management of static interfaces. Because dynamic interfaces have static lower layers, you can use scripts and macros to configure the static portion of all dynamic interfaces.

A script or macro can specify the static interface by using the interface, auto-configure, subscriber, or profile commands. These commands enable you to configure the interface as dynamic and to specify configuration sources for the dynamic upper layers. These files can then be executed by the router as though the commands were entered at the terminal.

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