When present, the --factory-startup parameter for netconfd-pro forces the system to use the factory configuration and delete the startup config file if it exists. It also forces the NV-storage startup to contain the factory default configuration.


If the --factory-startup parameter is present, then the --no-startup and --startup parameters cannot be present.


The --factory-startup parameter can be invoked via the command line:


user@system> netconfd-pro --factory-startup


or configured in the /etc/yumapro/netconfd-pro.conf file:


#### choice startup or no-startup or factory-startup

#

#  Selects the startup configuration file to use

#  - To skip loading any startup file, and save to the default

#    if needed, use 'no-startup'

#  - To skip loading any startup file, and force the startup file

#    to be the factory default, use 'factory-startup'

#  - To use a specific startup file, use an absolute filespec

#  - To use a specific startup file in the YUMAPRO_DATAPATH, use a relative

#    filespec.

#

# startup startup-cfg.xml

factory-startup