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Scripting How-To: Commit script boilerplate

Overview Commit script boilerplate recommended for SLAX 1.1 use in Junos OS Release 12.2 or later


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commit script question

I wish to make a commit script so that my users simply need to add a vlan name and ID and then commit. the script will create all the EVPN/VXLAN related config parts. all vlans configured on the box will support vxlan



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Scripting How-To: Configure and execute a commit script

Configure and Execute a Commit Script The script needs to be configured in the following configuration hierarchy: 1 [edit system scripts commit file <script-name>] Each configured commit script gets executed every time a commit is processed


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Scripting How-To: Emit transient changes from a commit script

Transient configuration changes can be emitted from a commit script...Transient changes will be the part of command "show | display commit-scripts"


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Scripting How-To: Emit transient changes from a commit script

Transient configuration changes can be emitted from a commit script...Transient changes will be the part of command "show | display commit-scripts"



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Commit auto backup script

dear all, i need to do a configuration on my router to make it send a backup copy of the active configuration everytime i issue commit command, can this be done? #configuration #backup #Commit


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Scripting How-To: Classify interfaces using the check-atm-interfaces script

Classify Interfaces by Their VC Numbers For SLAX version 1.0 and higher, you can use the check-atm-interfaces script to classify interfaces by their VC numbers and place them into groups. Using this script, you can allocate bandwidth to interfaces with more traffic. The script sets classifications based on VC numbers and adds bronze, sliver, or gold variables to each interface. You can use this script for a connection with large traffic to organize its bandwidth based on priority


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Scripting How-To: Use local scripts with an external data set

Use Local Scripts with an External Data Set This article shows how to pull information from an external data set (XML file) to use in a local (commit) script to configure devices that may or may not have unique configuration needs. Before getting started, you should review SLAX and local/commit scripts information in Junos Space: SLAX Junos Space Local Scripts Junos Space enables you to upload and execute local (commit) scripts on any given device