Hello all to the community,
As the title says, I am looking (if exists) a way to undo many configuration commands putted in the equipment.
I am configuring one equipment that later will be on service (that means it can not be re-booted), during the configuration I mistakingly copy/paste around 40 configuration commands on the ports (that I already configured) and I alter the good configuration that already exist.
So, I check the documentation and google a little bit, but I didn't find a way to undo the action done and to revert back to the good state.
One alternative could be to re-boot the equipment and choose "don't save", but if the equipment is in a situation where it can not be re-booted because is offering a service, what alternatives can we make?. Another alternative could be executing the conf_diff.py script, and copy/paste the previous changes, but again we are relaying in copy/paste action.
So I want to be sure there isn't another clean way to revert back or undo the commands.
Thanks in advanced.
PS: I am running EXOS v16.