In order for Opsview Monitor to back-up the configuration file of a Host, you must first enable the 'NetAudit' functionality on the Host(s) and enter the relevant credentials.
In the example shown below, we are backing up the configuration file of a Cisco router:
First, you must ensure 'Use NetAudit' is checked. If this field is not checked, the other fields will be hidden.
Once enabling NetAudit, you must select the router vendor (i.e. Cisco, HP, etc) and also the connection method (Telnet/SSH). After selecting the connection method, you will need to enter the valid authentication details - i.e. username and password(s).
Finally, enable 'Use autoenable' if your network device has the option configured.
Click on 'Test connection' to view the output of the log in attempt. If you encounter failures here, please re-confirm the authentication details before re-testing.
Note, if you are using autoenable you will need to enter the enable password immediately after the password in 'Password:'. For example, if your telnet password is 'letmein' and your enable password is 'enpass', then in the Password field you would enter:
Finally, click 'Submit' and your changes are saved. Afterwards, submit a reload and your network configuration will be backed up and displayed within 'Monitoring > NetAudit'.