The Cisco Configuration Professional 2.5 User Guide PDF doesn't say much about the Configuration Editor tool except, "For information about how to use Cisco CP to work with the Configuration Editor utility, see the screencast...". This Flash screen cast only shows an example of a Global Configuration Mode command.
How does this tool apply edits, such as when a command needs to be nested into a Command Mode?
I'm guessing the Configuration Editor edits the
running-config output, not interactively with the router, but similar to text editor that can make patch-like edits?
So, if I want to add a command to a subinterface I would need to provide the whole text block?
dot11 ssid TooterTurtle vlan 2 authentication open authentication key-management wpa wpa-psk ascii 0 [My Passphrase]
...then the editor can determine where my new command should go?
dot11 ssid TooterTurtle vlan 2 guest-mode // ADDED COMMAND authentication open authentication key-management wpa wpa-psk ascii 0 [My Passphrase]