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PROGRAM:

NAME


rancid - Cisco configuration filter

SYNOPSIS


rancid [-dlCV] [-t device_type] (-f filename | hostname)

rancid [-dhlCV] -t device_type (-f filename | hostname)

DESCRIPTION


rancid is a collection of perl(1) scripts which uses the login scripts (see clogin(1)) to
login to a device, execute commands to display the configuration, etc, then filters the
output for formatting, security, and so on. rancid's product is a file with the name of
it's last argument plus the suffix .new. For example, hostname.new.

rancid is a perl(1) script that operates much like the vendor-specific rancid script of
pre-3.0 releases, but is generic and will eventually obsolete the vendor-specific rancid
scripts. It uses the device_type specified with the -t option to look-up a device
description (see rancid.types.conf(5)) that defines what it does to collect and process
device information.

There are scripts complementary to rancid for other platforms and/or manufacturers that
are supported by rancid(1). Briefly, these are:

agmrancid Cisco Anomaly Guard Module (AGM)

arancid Alteon WebOS switches

arrancid Arista Networks devices

brancid Bay Networks (nortel)

cat5rancid Cisco catalyst switches

cssrancid Cisco content services switches

erancid ADC-kentrox EZ-T3 mux

f10rancid Force10

f5rancid F5 BigIPs

fnrancid Fortinet Firewalls

rancid The generic rancid script; supporting Allied Telesis AW+ devices, Arbor
Networks Appliances, Ciena Waverserver, Cisco IOS, Cisco IOS-XR, Cisco NX-
OS, Cisco WLC, Dell switches, Compass EOS, and Juniper JUNOS. It uses the
device O/S modules for parsing routines. See rancid(3) for details.

hrancid HP Procurve Switches

htranicd Hitachi Routers

jerancid Juniper Networks E-series

mrancid MRTd

mtrancid Mikrotik routesrs

nrancid Netscreen firewalls

nsrancid Netscaler

prancid Procket Networks

rivrancid Riverstone

rrancid Redback

srancid SMC switch (some Dell OEMs)

trancid Netopia sDSL/T1 routers

xirancid Xirrus arrays

xrancid Extreme switches

zrancid Zebra routing software

The command-line options are as follows:

-C Prints the login command that would be used to collect data from the device.

-V Prints package name and version strings.

-d Display debugging information.

-h Display a usage line and exit.

-l Display somewhat less debugging information.

-t Device type, of the given host or file, that is defined in rancid.types.base or
rancid.types.conf .

-f rancid should interpret the next argument as a filename which contains the output
it would normally collect from the device ( hostname) with clogin(1).

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