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Mikrotek Devices Reporting Extraneous Characters as Config Changes

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Updated March 11th, 2016

 

Issue:

NCM reports config changes for random characters inserted into the config file.

Mikrotek devices insert such characters when the device is set to provide color output.

Solution:

Turn off the color output.

To turn off color output change the device login user name in this way: {username}+c. For example: admin+c.

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