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Using Class B Secure Data With Dynamic Routing Authentication (Doc ID 2226584.1)

Last updated on JULY 02, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 7.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A Customer is trying to implement Dynamic Routing for SSH based connections with a Cisco device. The IP address of the host can be passed in a work order. However, for Username and Password, there is a need to use Class B security table (tbl_classb_secu).

As per the syntax to be used for asap_security_tool, there is a need to make entries as "<host>@-@<device>" key. However, when Dynamic routing is used, host and device names are not defined in advance as they are dynamically generated. So, how can we make entries in classB secure table?

For static routing, the solution described in below note is working fine.

Unable To Establish SSH Connection To Network Element <Note.878163.1>

The problem is seen when using dynamic routing. The authentication fails.

So, what's the expected format to configure tbl_classb_secu for dynamic routing using SSH?


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