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Cisco Configuration Manager

Cisco Configuration Manager is a set of tools to manage configurations for Cisco devices. At the heart of the project is a tftp daemon. Configurations are read and written to the tftp server using a file path that incorporates a password feature for security. The current version of each device configuration is stored in a MySQL database. Subsequent changes to the configurations are stored in diff format to provide revision history. A Web frontend is provided to manage devices and view configurations and history.


Recent releases

  •  10 Mar 2006 09:38

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    Recent comments

    27 Sep 2010 01:22 lathama

    How do we contact the developer for code submission?


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