[c-nsp] How to see interface configuration after card failure on ASR9K

Mark Tinka mtinka at globaltransit.net
Wed Dec 28 08:26:59 EST 2011

On Wednesday, December 28, 2011 08:14:58 PM Daniel Roesen 

> No, with JUNOS adding/removing hardware won't change the
> config at all. You can preconfigure interfaces that were
> never installed in the chassis before, and config
> remains present when shutting down or even removing
> interfaces.

That's what I meant re: the eventual solution. For the OP's 
benefit, I wasn't trying to stress that the configuration 
remains persistent after hardware state is changed, but that 
there is always a record of it regardless of what the 
current situation with the hardware is.

> Looks like IOS-XR still has a long way to go to become as
> usable as JUNOS in "configuration" matters.

I'm more concerned about bits of RPL, and a few things with 
general feel of the CLI. But otherwise, I'm quite pleased 
with it when compared against IOS/IOS XE.

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