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Cisco show dmvpn regular expression change regex in php script

Hi there,

I've been working on a PHP script that involves Cisco's DMVPN and regular expression matching. However, I'm facing some trouble with tweaking the regex in my script. I need to change the regex pattern, but I'm not sure how to go about it. Can someone please help me with this?

Here's what my current regex pattern looks like in the PHP script:

```php
$regexPattern = '/^Cisco DMVPN Phase \d Configuration Example/';
```

I want to modify the above pattern to match a different string. Could someone guide me on how to rewrite this regex pattern appropriately?

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance.

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gupton

User 1:

Hey there!

I've had a similar experience working with Cisco's DMVPN and regular expressions in my PHP script. Modifying the regex pattern can sometimes be a bit tricky, but I managed to figure it out. Here's how you can rewrite your regex pattern:

php
$regexPattern = '/^Cisco DMVPN Phase \d+ Configuration Example/';


In the modified pattern, I've replaced the "\d" with "\d+". This change allows the pattern to match one or more digits instead of just one. So, if you have a phase number with more than one digit, it will still match. Make sure to add a backslash before the plus sign to ensure it is interpreted correctly in the regex.

Give it a try and let me know if it works for you!

zoe.lehner

User 2:

Howdy!

I've encountered a similar situation with Cisco DMVPN and regular expressions in a PHP project. Let me share my experience and suggest an alternative approach to modifying the regex pattern.

To begin, I had to tweak the regex pattern to match a different string in my own script. Here's what I did:

php
$regexPattern = '/^Cisco DMVPN Phase \d{1,2} Configuration Example/';


In this revised pattern, I replaced the "\d" with "\d{1,2}". The "{1,2}" quantifier allows the pattern to match one or two digits. This means it will accommodate phase numbers ranging from 1 to 99. Feel free to adjust the range as per your requirements!

Give it a shot and let me know if it does the trick for you. We're all here to assist, so don't hesitate to ask if you have any further questions. Best of luck with your PHP script!

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