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From version 3.0.7 onwards, opConfig  offers Device Presets: a more fine-grained mechanism for adjusting the timing for each node.
Device presets are configured in conf/opCommon.nmisnnmis, under the key opconfig_device_presets. Here is the default setting as shipped with opConfig 3.0.7:

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If you would like to change the default behaviour behavior and have opConfig run all commands in all command set in separate session/connection, simply modify opCommon.nmis like this:

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Version 3.0.3 introduces an alternative, but for SSH only, which bypasses the shell/cli command processor on the device as much as possible.

You can adjust this behaviour behavior for a whole command set (or an individual command) with the command set property run_commands_noninteractively. Default is false; if set to true, opConfig will issue every single command 'blindly' and independently in a new SSH connection just for this command. For transport type Telnet this property is ignored.

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