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Setting up a DB.UpdateDevice.Password field activity

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Melanie Boyd on Sep 02, 2016

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Activity tab:

Create a new Activity and select DB.UpdateDevice.Password field as the Activity Type:

 

Time tab:

If you wish to run the Activity at a scheduled time set it here.

 

Devices tab:

Select the devices that you want this activity applied to by checking the tick box next to each device in the grid.

 

E-mail tab:

Set preferences for reporting on this Activity.

 

Options tab:

  • VTY Password: tick box. Allows you to change the CatTools database field value for the VTY Password field.
  • AAA Password: tick box. Allows you to change the CatTools database field value for the AAA Password field*
  • Enable Password: tick box. Allows you to change the CatTools database field value for the Enable Password field.
  • Console Password: tick box. Allows you to change the CatTools database field value for the Console Password field.
  • SNMP Read: tick box. Allows you to change the CatTools database field value for the SNMP Read field.
  • SNMP Write: tick box. Allows you to change the CatTools database field value for the SNMP Write field.

Stop on error: tick box. Should an error be encountered at any stage of the processing the activity will quit the job and return control to CatTools.

 

Note: the AAA Password field in the CatTools database corresponds to the 'Password:' field (below the 'Username:' field) on the Passwords tab of the Device information/setup form.

This field can be used to store AAA/TACAC/RADIUS/Local authentication or SSH passwords.

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