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Pre-command and command template variables

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Oct 03, 2016

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Pre-command variables are used in command scripts and device command templates. The Pre-command variables mimic keyboard strokes that are normally entered in the command interface. For more information on creating command scripts, see Command scripts.

Property

Description

${ConfigType}

Value used to insert the type of configuration

${CR}

Carriage return

${CRLF} or $[ENTER]

Carriage return - linefeed combination

${CTRL+@}

CTRL + @

${CTRL+A}

CTRL + A

${CTRL+B}

CTRL + B

${CTRL+C}

CTRL + C

${CTRL+D}

CTRL + D

${CTRL+E}

CTRL + E

${CTRL+F}

CTRL + F

${CTRL+G}

CTRL + G

${CTRL+H}

CTRL + H

${CTRL+I}

CTRL + I

${CTRL+J}

CTRL + J

${CTRL+K}

CTRL + K

${CTRL+L}

CTRL + L

${CTRL+M}

CTRL + M

${CTRL+N}

CTRL + N

${CTRL+O}

CTRL + O

${CTRL+P}

CTRL + P

${CTRL+Q}

CTRL + Q

${CTRL+R}

CTRL + R

${CTRL+S}

CTRL + S

${CTRL+T}

CTRL + T

${CTRL+U}

CTRL + U

${CTRL+V}

CTRL + V

${CTRL+W}

CTRL + W

${CTRL+X}

CTRL + X

${CTRL+Y}

CTRL + Y

${CTRL+Z}

CTRL + Z

${CTRL+[}

CTRL + [
Equivalent to Esc key press

${CTRL+\}

CTRL + \

${CTRL+]}

CTRL + ]

${CTRL+CTRL}

CTRL + CTRL

${CTRL+_}

CTRL + _

${UPARROW}

Up Arrow

${DOWNARROW}

Down Arrow

${RIGHTARROW}

Right Arrow

${LEFTARROW}

Left Arrow

${StorageAddress}

Value used to insert the TFTP server IP address or hostname

${StorageFilename}

Value used to insert the name generated by SolarWinds NCM for the downloaded configuration file

${TransferProtocol}

Value used to insert the transfer protocol used during indirect transfer

 

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