[j-nsp] encrypted-password /* SECRET-DATA */;
gordon at gswsystems.com
Sun Aug 5 23:40:35 EDT 2012
As Jonathan says, the output you posted appears to come from a config
collection program like RANCID.
I'd suggest logging on to the M10i directly and grabbing the config
By default, when RANCID collects a config, it won't collect passwords
or SNMP community strings.
To enable these, edit rancid.conf and set the following:
FILTER_PWDS=NO; export FILTER_PWDS
NOCOMMSTR=NO; export NOCOMMSTR
On Mon, 6 Aug 2012 03:17:49 +0000, ibariouen khalid wrote:
> Hi Jonathan
> the hash do not appear on the configuration i have ;
> the example bellow
> is from another router , with an old Junos version.
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