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Table Of Contents

Symbols - Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - L - M - N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X -

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Symbols

#define 12-13

#else 12-12

#elseif 12-12

#endif 12-12

#if 12-12

#include 12-13

Numerics

12.0 -> 12.2 19-1

12.0 -> 12.3(3) or later 19-3

12.2 -> 12.3(3) or later 19-3

12.3(3) or later -> 12.0 19-5

12.3(3) or later -> 12.2 19-4

12.3(3) or later -> 12.3(3) or later 19-4

A

Active Perl license agreement B-2

Active TCL license agreement B-1

adding

events 7-2

image 18-2

template 12-14

user account 4-1

adding a device 3-3

adding agent enabled devices 3-12

adding an account 4-1

adding devices 3-3

adding non-agent device 3-4

adding non-agent enabled device 3-4

adding pix firewall devices 3-16

adding subdevices 3-39

administrator, levels of access 2-3

administrator-level operations 2-4

advanced search 3-3

advanced search feature 3-3

agent enabled devices

adding 3-12

Apache

license B-8

associating images with devices 18-7

audience for this document 1-9

automatic data entry 18-3

B

backup and restore 20-1

backup procedure 20-1

banner 3-41

batch size 3-36

Berkeley DB Software license agreement B-4

Bootstrap Password 1-13

bootstrap password

changing 13-1

bulk data manager 16-1

C

canceling

jobs 5-2

cannot connect to system

using a web browser A-3

using Telnet A-4

with SSH or SSH interaction is slow A-4

cannot log in A-2, A-5

changing

account privilege level 4-6

bootstrap password 13-1

log level 14-5

user password 4-5

chema

editing 10-1

Cisco IOS Dependencies 1-3

clearing

log files 14-3

cloning

devices 3-29

subdevices 3-42

cloning groups 6-3

cns-listen A-6

cns-send A-6

command execution 22-7

command-line upload of bulk data 16-4

commands

cns config init 1-14

cns config partial 1-14

cns-listen A-5

cns-send A-5

datarestore 20-3

date A-5

ifconfig A-3

logrotate 1-17

Common Log File Location 1-17

config event 22-3

ConfigID 1-17

change synchronization 1-17

configuration agent 1-5

configuration and restrictions 21-5, 22-8

configuration control template 3-8, 3-37, 12-3

configuration control templates 12-3

configuration processing 21-2

configuration server 1-5

Configuration Service 1-5

configuration templates 1-5

contact information

editing 3-28

editing subdevice 3-42

contacting Cisco TAC A-1

control structures 12-12

conventions, typographical 1-11

creating

groups using search 6-4

queries 8-2

sample data 16-4

search parameters 18-10

template 12-1

cron daemon

how to restart A-5

currently supported device types 3-9

customize job template 3-36

D

data backup

scheduling 9-1

data converter utility 16-4

data manager 9-1

data restore 20-3

data restore procedure 20-3

Data Structures 1-7

date A-5

delete files on device 3-47

deleting

completed jobs 5-3

devices 3-31

events 7-5

groups 6-4

image 18-7

queries 8-4

search parameters 18-11

subdevices 3-44

template 12-16

user account 4-5

deleting devices 3-31

deleting groups 6-4

deleting user accounts 4-5

development guidelines 22-6

Device Authentication 1-13

device authentication 1-13

device batch size 3-36

device configuration

updating 3-31

viewing 3-1

device configuration update 22-6

device hop information 3-9

device inventory

query 3-45

device module restrictions 22-8

devices

adding 3-3

deleting 3-31

discovering 3-19

editing 3-21

editing parameters 3-28

Directory Manager 10-1

directory modes 1-4

directory services 1-5

discovering devices 3-19

disk space

managing 9-4

Distribution Decision Keys 1-9

DNS server 20-4

documentation

audience for this 1-9

conventions used in 1-11

related 1-11

Dynamic ConfigID and EventID Change Synchronization 1-17

dynamic flow control template 12-3

Dynamic Log level Update 1-18

dynamic operations 3-49

Dynamic Template and Object 1-7

dynamic templates 12-11

E

editing

contact information 3-42

device contact information 3-28

device parameters 3-28

devices 3-21

device templates 3-26

email SMTP Host 17-1

events 7-4

fetch process 11-2

groups 6-3

image 18-5

image association information 3-28

IMGW device and hop types 15-3

non-agent enabled device 3-23

non-agent enabled device information 3-23

parameters 12-15

pix device information 3-25

queries 8-3

save process 11-3

schema 10-1

search parameters 18-11

service properties 15-1

subdevice

information 3-41

parameters 3-42

template 3-41

subdevice contact information 3-42

subdevices 3-40

template 12-15

templates 12-15

user account 4-3

editing agent enabled device information 3-24

email manager 17-1

Encryption 1-12

encryption 1-12

end user interface 22-8

error processing 21-3

Event Gateway 1-6

EventID 1-17

EventIDs and ConfigIDs 1-17

event mapping 1-6

events

adding 7-2

deleting 7-5

editing 7-4

viewing 7-1

Event Service 1-5

event subject names

new 1-6

exec event 22-3

exit codes 22-5

exporting

log files 14-4

eXtensible Markup Language 1-5

External Directory Mode 1-5

external directory mode 1-5

F

fastethernet template 12-10

feature operations 2-4

fetch process

editing 11-2

FTP server 20-3

G

gateway id 3-6

GNU general public license B-9

groups 6-1

cloning 6-3

creating 6-2

creating using search 6-4

deleting 6-4

editing 6-3

moving 6-4

viewing 6-1

gui 2-1

administrator-level operations 2-4

levels of access 2-3

administrator 2-3

operator 2-3

logging in 2-1

logging out 2-3

operator-level operations 2-4

H

help

technical support

(see also troubleshooting)

hopinfo examples 3-11

hop tables 3-8

hop test 22-3

hostname 1-14

How the Cisco Configuration Engine Works 1-13

how the Configuration Engine works 1-13

I

ifconfig A-3

image activation 3-8, 12-3

template 3-37

imageInventoryResponse Message 1-7

image processing 21-2

image sample data 16-10

Image Service 1-7

image service 18-1

associating images with devices 18-7

data entry

automatic 18-3

manual 18-3

deleting

image 18-7

downgrade 19-1

editing

image 18-5

upgrade 19-1

viewing

image 18-1

working with images 18-1

Image Update Criteria 1-8

IMGW

currently supported device types 3-9

hopinfo examples 3-11

restrictions 1-11

imgw

hop tables 3-8

IMGW device and hop types

editing 15-3

IMGW device module development toolkit 22-1

plug-in device module

how to develop 22-6

installing 22-7

registering 22-8

usage 22-1

user designed device module specifications 22-3

user types 22-1

IMGW Device Module Toolkit 1-12

IMGW southbound interface 22-2

import

script file 11-3

importing

schema 10-2

template 12-17

initial configuration 1-15

installing plug-in device module 22-7

Intelligent Modular Gateway 1-10

See also IMGW

Internal Directory Mode 1-5

inventory operations 12-3

J

jobs

canceling 5-2

deleting completed 5-3

querying 5-1

restarting 5-2

stopping 5-2

L

LDAP 1-5

levels of access 2-3

license agreements

Active Perl B-2

Active TCL B-1

Apache B-8

Berkeley DB Software B-4

GNU General Public License B-9

Mozilla Public License B-9

OpenLDAP B-3

ssldump B-8

Tomcat B-8

lightweight directory access protocol 1-5

Load Initial Configuration 1-15

Load Partial Configuration 1-16

load-sharing 3-15, 18-5

log files

clearing 14-3

exporting 14-4

viewing 14-1

logging in 2-1

logging out 2-3

log level

changing 14-5

log manager 14-1

M

main device template 12-9

managing

disk space 9-4

managing templates 12-13

manual data entry 18-3

Modes of Operation 1-4

modes of operation 1-2

Modular Router 1-15, 1-16

modular router 1-12

events 12-11

sample templates 12-9

templates 12-7

modular router events 12-11

modular router support 1-12

moving

groups 6-4

Mozilla public license B-9

multi-line tag delimiters 3-41

N

namespace 1-6

namespace manager 7-1

NameSpace Mapper 1-6

no crontab set for backup job when /var is 100% full. A-5

non-agent enabled device

adding 3-4

editing 3-23

NSM

data sample 16-5

with image information 16-7

NSM modes 7-3

O

OpenLDAP 1-5

OpenLDAP public license B-3

operator, levels of access 2-3

operator-level operations 2-4

overview 1-1

P

parameter

manager 11-1

validations 11-1

parameter descriptions 22-3

partial configuration 1-16

password

changing 4-5

PIX firewall devices

configuration and restrictions 21-5

configuration processing 21-2

devicedetails 21-2

devicedetails, request 21-3

deviceID 21-4

error processing 21-3

image processing 21-2

polling for updates 21-2

polling setup 21-4

processing devicedetails request 21-3

security 21-4

security considerations 21-4

PIX Firewall Support 1-10

plugging in device module 22-2

plug-in device module

how to develop 22-6

privilege level

changing 4-6

product list

updating 9-3

product overview 1-1

Q

queries

creating 8-2

deleting 8-4

editing 8-3

used for dynamic operations 3-49

viewing 8-1

query device inventory 3-45

querying device inventory 3-45

querying jobs 5-1

query manager 8-1

R

registering plug-in device module 22-8

registration utility restriction 22-8

restarting jobs 5-2

Restrictions 1-11

Resynchronize cns_password 1-13

resynchronizing devices 3-29

S

sample data for bulk upload

NSM 16-5

Sample Logrotate Config File 1-18

sample template 12-1

sample templates

modular router 12-9

save process

editing 11-3

scheduling

data backup 9-1

schema

importing 10-2

script file

importing 11-3

search parameters 18-9

secure socket layer 1-12

security manager 13-1

service manager 15-1

service properties

editing 15-1

software licenses and acknowledgements B-1

ssldump

license B-8

stopping

jobs 5-2

stopping jobs 5-2

subdevices 3-38

subject-based addressing 1-6

supported interfaces 1-3

system cannot

connect to the network A-2

T

template

confgiruation control 3-8

template content

editing 12-15

template file, basic format of 12-1

template filename 3-40

template manager 12-13

adding a template 12-14

deleting a template 12-16

editing 12-15

editing attributes 12-15

editing content 12-15

importing a template 12-17

templates 1-5, 12-1

configuration control 3-37, 12-3

control structures 12-12

variable substitutions 12-1

templates for modular routers 12-7

TFTP server 20-3

Tomcat

license B-8

toolkit usage 22-1

troubleshooting

cannot connect to system with telnet or telnet interaction is slow A-4

cannot connect to the system using a web browser A-3

cannot log in to the system A-2, A-5

system cannot connect to the network A-2

U

unplugging

device module 22-2

update jobs manager 5-1

updating

device configuration 3-31

device configurations and images 3-31

device images 3-34

device module 22-2

product list 9-3

uploading bulk data 16-3

user accounts 4-1

changing password 4-5

deleting 4-5

editing 4-3

setting privilege level 4-6

user designed device module specifications 22-3

user types 22-1

using advanced search feature 3-3

using the cns-send and cns-listen commands A-5

V

viewing

device configuration 3-1

events 7-1

groups 6-1

image 18-1

log files 14-1

queries 8-1

search parameters 18-9

subdevices 3-38

voice-port template 12-10

W

working with images 18-1

X

XML 1-5

bulk upload

dtd 16-1