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Device Table

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Caroline Juszczak on Jun 28, 2016

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This is a list of the fields you can update in the Device table using the %ctDB meta command:

Field Name

Max Size - characters

HostAddress

255

Filename

255

Model

255

Telnet

255

TelnetPort

255

Session

255

VTYPass

255

ConsolePass

255

EnablePass

255

PrivilegeLevel

255

AAAUsername

255

AAAPassword

255

SNMPRead

255

SNMPWrite

255

RequireVTYLogin

255

LoginUsesAAA

255

EnableUsesAAA

255

VTYPrompt

255

ConsolePrompt

255

EnablePrompt

255

AAAUserPrompt

255

AAAPassPrompt

255

Address1

>255

Address2

>255

Address3

>255

ContactName

>255

ContactPhone

>255

ContactEmail

>255

ContactOther

>255

AlertEmail

>255

While all the fields are character format fields, some such as RequireVTYLogin, LoginUsesAAA, EnableUsesAAA contain numbers to indicate whether they are on or off. 0 is off, 1 is on. 

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