Yeah that's exactly what I'm trying to do. Management and data VLANs. Management address from static to DHCP. I was thinking this would qualify as some pretty basic changes. Apparently not.

We upgraded everything to 6.1.6. I set up an NSM5, downloaded the backup and stripped the device-specific stuff. Go import it and it says invalid. WTF. I don't know. I'll screw with it more tomorrow.

On 4/11/2018 10:37 PM, Josh Reynolds wrote:
For those with simple configs it's probably fine.

If you have several interfaces and vlans per CPE with a few bridges, it's more of a pain (from experience).

On Wed, Apr 11, 2018, 10:29 PM Steve Jones < <>> wrote:

    All the config file does is populate the listed fields. Anything
    not listed it doesnt change. Thats why you have to apply it but
    you can edit it still after loading it. Id pull a fresh config
    file from one of the units and edit it, removing anything you dont
    want changed. It could just be a change in a field name

    On Wed, Apr 11, 2018, 10:26 PM Mathew Howard <
    <>> wrote:

        I'm not sure how you would use a partial config... I think
        that it would just use defaults for anything that was missing.

        On Wed, Apr 11, 2018, 9:56 PM Josh Reynolds
        < <>> wrote:

            A partial config? Never tried it. Dunno what some defaults
            are, and there are things hidden in the config file that
            aren't in the webui.

            Config also seems to change things from time to time.

            Also config order is sometimes important depending on what
            you are doing.

            (This is just what I remember from 5.2.1-5.8.x days)

            On Wed, Apr 11, 2018, 9:21 PM Steve Jones
            <>> wrote:

                It should

                On Wed, Apr 11, 2018, 9:10 PM George Skorup
                <>> wrote:

                    ePMP has spoiled me. Am I stupid, or will airOS
                    6.1.x not take a partial
                    config? I just want to change a couple things on
                    several hundred radios.
                    And no, I'm not interested in AirControl or UNMS.

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