The following information details existing device issues that have been discovered within other releases. In most cases, a resolution is included to address the issue.
ACME NetNet SBC
The ACME NetNet SBC driver is known not to work with pre-v6.1 systems, due to substantial differences in the way that configuration backups work.
Models other than the 4250 may need to be manually added to the driver's models file, due to ACME Packet not supplying a comprehensive list of SNMP Model OIDs.
Pushing configlets to these systems may be problematic due to the way ACME's configuration editing works. In order to edit many configuration items, such as SNMP communities, the user must select an existing item to edit, which this driver cannot do. If you have advance knowledge of the system's configuration you may be able to create a configlet that works, but the concept of selecting a configuration item to edit is not supported.
Configlets always use the text config for the destination.
A configlet is processed in the device's configuration mode. Ensure not to exit completely out of config mode, as this causes the job to fail.
Selection prompts are considered valid config prompts. The following configlet is now valid:
ip-addresses (184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11)