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Overview You want to load locally stored XML files into Table widgets for post-processing. Solution The Table widget provides a path constructor parameter that loads the XML from a locally stored data file, rather from a remote Device
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Answer As far as whether or not you can update a virus definition file, I am not familiar with the process to do that in devices running Junos OS, but if it is something that can be accomplished through CLI commands, rather than through shell, then it should be possible to do it from a script as well
You have to exercise a little extra caution on file creation...In multi-Routing Engine configurations, each Routing Engine maintains its own file system
Answer A JMB is a XML file that contains the following information: Manifest—basic router and event data Trend data—device counters, statistics, and settings Attachments—A list of attachment files associated with the JMB The attachments include both text and XML files. The text files are concatenated outputs of various CLI commands
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Answer The size of a JMB depends mainly on the large attachment files it carries, such as logs and device configuration file
You can accomplish this by following these extra steps: Step 1 Create an XML file to store the required configuration data for each device
Structure Hosts File Structure The Ansible hosts file is one of the most important files to get structurally correct