Release Notes: This release fixes parsing of globalcfg, adds parser support for "service instance", and adds ctm-check-templates.sh for checking template syntax and directory structure.
Release Notes: A new reporting mode called "copy-and-paste". Support has been added for "object-group". ACL counters and checking ACLs defined as symbolic links have been fixed.
Release Notes: A section reporting bug and parsing errors for "mac access-list" on 760X series were fixed. The parser was rewritten to be up to 50% faster.
Release Notes: The CTM has better support for ACL checking. The CTM now supports the following ACL types: access list, IP access list, IPv6 access list, and MAC access list. The main difference between common section files and ACL files is the way of checking. From CTM version 0.3.0, the template ACL and Cisco ACL are compared with the diff command, which will ensure the right squence of every ACL line.
Release Notes: New features were added to the parser (class-map, policy-map, ipv6 router). Now you can select in the configuration file which interface CTM will check for SERVICE_ID tag. Also, some small bugs were fixed (exact description checking and interface counter).
Release Notes: Performance was improved. Fixes were made in documentation, reporting, and debug mode. No new features has been added.
Release Notes: This is a stable version. The new configuration option "AVAILABLE_TEMPLATES" file will print a list of all available templates and roles when executing all CTM scripts. This provides a nice overview over your templates and roles. The new ctm-conf-checker.sh optional parameter "parseonly" will help you with defining new templates from an existing Cisco configuration file. Cisco's configuration is parsed to separated files and stored in your home directory. This will help you when creating new global, section, or service_id templates.
Release Notes: This is the initial release.