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NetSys Baseliner does not require extensive configuration prior to use The majority of its options involve the generation of view-related topology graphs and reports WarningAccess to the NetSys Baseliner application provides the key to access a network's configurations and security controls Therefore, NetSys Baseliner access should be monitored, controlled, and limited
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You need to complete the following three tasks to configure NetSys Baseliner These tasks are further defined in the sections that follow 1Create the baseline that your network model will represent 2Define the routers on which configuration files will be updated/replaced, and the parameters for those routers 3Following modifications to your router configuration, collect the configurations and update your baseline
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The first task after launching NetSys Baseliner is to create a baseline This model is developed based on the router configuration files When you create a new baseline, NetSys Baseliner copies the router configuration files to a subdirectory in the NetSys Baseliner data directory Do not edit this file Instead, use NetSys Baseliner to make needed changes to the configuration files This allows you to experiment on your model network without affecting production To create a new baseline, select File | New Baseline to open the Create a Baseline Wizard Identify the location of your configuration files, as illustrated in Figure 5-10 You have the option to use all the configuration files or only the ones you select Click the Next button, and a progress window will be displayed while the baseline is being created
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Figure 5-10: Specifying the location of configuration files in the Creating a Baseline Wizard
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The NetSys Baseliner network model is based on the routers and their configurations in your baseline These elements are updated by the Collect Cisco Configuration Wizard, which pulls configurations from the list of routers in the database You use the Setup Router Access Wizard to add, edit, or deletes router configurations from the database Select Tools | Set Up Router Access to launch this wizard You then select existing routers or modify/add additional routers for which to collect configurations Parameters must then be defined for all routers whose configurations are being collected See Figure 5-11
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Figure 5-11: Use the Set Up Router Access Wizard to establish router parameters The IP Address parameter enables you to define an IP address to obtain a configuration file through the router's IP address (just in case the domain name fails) The configuration files are obtained through a TCP/IP Telnet session using the write term command It will initially find the router based on the domain name If the domain name cannot be resolved, it will then find the router based on the IP address The Set Up Router Access Wizard states that parameters can be generic for all routers or unique to each router If you want to use the IP address as a backup for domain name failure, this statement is not true You have to enter the unique IP addresses for each router When modifying the parameters of an existing router, use * to maintain existing parameters NetSys Baseliner lacks application security; it displays cleartext when you type in the passwords (Login and Enable) for router access Whenever the Set Up Router Access Wizard is launched, these parameters can be viewed, which ultimately could allow access to your router configuration files It is therefore important to secure and limit access to the NetSys Baseliner application
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Collecting Cisco Configuration
The Collect Cisco Configuration Wizard does a Telnet write term to the selected routers to collect actual configuration files This wizard uses domain names and the passwords defined in the router access parameters If the domain names fail, the routers' IP addresses (also defined in the parameters) are used Configuration files can either be written directly to your baseline or saved to a specified directory for later use (depending on your intentions)
After execution of the Collect Cisco Configuration Wizard, you can verify that no errors occurred during the collection If any errors occurred, they would be identified by selecting View | Collection Logs, as shown in Figure 5-12 If there was a problem with the collection, you can double-click the entry in the Status column to obtain a more detailed report
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