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Configlets (Blueprint Catalog)

From the blueprint, navigate to Staged > Catalog > Configlets to go to blueprint configlets. You can import, edit, and delete configlets from the blueprint catalog.

Note: If an improperly-configured configlet causes Apstra deployment errors (when the command is rejected by the device), a service config deployment failure occurs. See Anomalies (Service) for troubleshooting.
Note:

If an improperly-configured configlet causes the disruption of connectivity between the device and Apstra controller, the device deployment state remains in PENDING forever and will never time out and fail.

For example, if the NETCONF port (tcp 830) is blocked by a configlet with misconfigured routing engine firewall filter entry, the Junos off-box agent cannot connect to the device to retrieve the running config. The device deployment remains in PENDING state forever and will never time out and fail. Even if you manually change the device config to unblock NETCONF port (tcp 830), Apstra again re-sends the configuration from the last commit which results in a continuing failure. To recover, you have to re-onboard the device. For more details and the workaround, see the Juniper Support Knowledge Base article KB37291.