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Cisco.IOS Profile

Cisco.IOS profile supports wide range of Cisco Systems network equipment running Cisco IOS software.

Added in version

0.1

Configuration

Show firmware version

show version

Show platform

show version

Show configuration

Show current running configuration

show running-config

Show startup configuration

show startup-config

Entering Configuration Mode

All configuration commands are entered in the configuration mode. To enter configuration mode type

configure terminal

Save Configuration

To save configuration changes type

copy running-config startup-config

Create Local User

username <name> privelege 15 password <password>

Enable SNMP

Enable SSH

Enable CDP

Enable LLDP

Supported Scripts

Script Support
add_vlan
commands
configure
get_arp
get_bfd_sessions
get_capabilities
get_cdp_neighbors
get_chassis_id
get_config
get_copper_tdr_diag
get_cpe
get_dhcp_binding
get_discovery_id
get_dom_status
get_dot11_associations
get_fdp_neighbors
get_fqdn
get_huawei_ndp_neighbors
get_ifindexes
get_interface_index
get_interface_status
get_interface_status_ex
get_interfaces
get_inventory
get_ip_discovery
get_ipv6_neighbor
get_lacp_neighbors
get_license
get_lldp_neighbors
get_local_users
get_mac_address_table
get_metrics
get_mpls_vpn
get_oam_status
get_portchannel
get_rep_topology
get_resolver_config
get_sla_probes
get_snmp_get
get_snmp_getnext
get_spanning_tree
get_switch
get_switchport
get_system
get_tech_support
get_udld_neighbors
get_uptime
get_version
get_vlans
has_vlan
index
login
ping
reboot
remove_vlan
set_switchport
sync_prefix_lists
sync_vlans

Known Issues

  • IOS 12.2SE got LLDP support starting from 12.2(33)SE, but due to several bugs it is recommended to use 12.2(50)SE or later if you planning to use LLDP discovery.

Used Commands

Cisco.IOS profile emits following commands. Ensure they are available for NOC user:

  • show version
  • show running-config
  • show startup-config