Cisco Bug: CSCvv16003 - Attempt to delete SLA profile properties from top-level CLI submode deletes all SLA profile config
Sep 16, 2020
- Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers
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Symptom: Attempting to delete SLA profile properties from the top-level CLI submode instead deletes all configuration for the SLA profile. Conditions: Any attempt to delete a configuration item under an SLA profile that is performed using a single command from the top-level CLI submode. For example no ethernet sla profile a type cfm-loopback schedule every day will actually have the same effect as no ethernet sla profile a.
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