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Network device import automation

How to import netwok devices using REST API or Python or any other scripts? We want to automate the import process as everyday there is some network device addition/modification/deletion.

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Beginner

Re: Network device import automation

Hello,

You can use the Cisco ISE ERS API create, delete, search, and modify Network Devices and Network Device Groups.

More information on how to use the API can be found here: https://community.cisco.com/t5/security-documents/ise-ers-api-examples/ta-p/362262

The Network-Node blog has some examples of REST-API calls to create Network Devices and Network Device Groups. http://www.network-node.com/blog/2016/4/19/ise-rest-api-goodbye-click-click-click-click-part-2

 

 

VIP Engager

Re: Network device import automation

Take a look at this ERS documentation available from within ISE. The operations are well documented in both XML and JSON.  

 

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Beginner

Re: Network device import automation

Hello,

You can use the Cisco ISE ERS API create, delete, search, and modify Network Devices and Network Device Groups.

More information on how to use the API can be found here: https://community.cisco.com/t5/security-documents/ise-ers-api-examples/ta-p/362262

The Network-Node blog has some examples of REST-API calls to create Network Devices and Network Device Groups. http://www.network-node.com/blog/2016/4/19/ise-rest-api-goodbye-click-click-click-click-part-2

 

 

VIP Engager

Re: Network device import automation

Take a look at this ERS documentation available from within ISE. The operations are well documented in both XML and JSON.  

 

ERS.png

 

ERS2.png

Cisco Employee

Re: Network device import automation

I would recommend also checking out http://cs.co/ise-api