Configuration File Associations—Add New Configuration Association Dialog Box

Description

Use the Add New Configuration Association dialog box to associate a set of criteria with a configuration file that exists in the Junos Scope server. This creates a configuration association. Junos Scope compares the device attributes with the criteria specified in each of these configuration associations. If they match, Junos Scope returns the associated configuration file to the device.

Click Configuration > Repository > Config Associations. Click Add in the List of Configuration Associations dialog box to open the Add New Configuration Association dialog box where you can create a new configuration file association.

Click Configuration > Repository > Config Associations. Click the Configuration files’ name in the Config Name column in the List of Configuration Associations dialog box, to open the Edit Configuration Association dialog box where you can edit the configuration association.

Permissions

Superuser, read-write

Elements

Imported Configuration Files drop down list—Select the imported configuration file that you want to associate with a set of criteria.

Imported Config Versions table— Select the revision of the configuration file, that you want to associate with a set of criteria, by selecting the check box in the corresponding row in the Imported Configuration Versions table. This table changes when you select a different configuration file. If you select the Latest Revision option, Junos Scope always returns the last revised version of the configuration file i.e. the dynamic latest. This option is selected by default.

Comment text box— Type a brief description about the configuration.

Enter a Criteria column— Select the type of rule you want to set:

Action column— Select an option to decide how you want the rules to be combined in the criteria list.

Criteria List column—Displays the set of criteria.

Move Up button—Moves the selected rule in the Criteria List to one row above its current position.

Move Down button—Moves the selected rule in the Criteria List to one row below its current position.

Remove button—Removes the selected rule in the Criteria List from the criteria list.

Remove All button—Clears the Criteria List column.

Save button—Saves the configuration file association and displays the List of Configuration Association dialog box.

Reset button—Restores all the field values to their default value.

Cancel button—Clears this dialog box and displays the List of Configuration Associations dialog box.