Here is a freebie from the live Ask The Expert session "DNA Platform Features and Capabilities." This is a sample, self-contained, and ultra simple Python 2.7 script that will allow you to retrieve the information that DNA Center is using to manage a specific network device by specifying the IP address of that device.
This script is definitely not meant to demonstrate Python scripting best practices or the most elegant solution to a problem. This is simply meant for those starting out with Python and with DNA Center Platform API's, and the hope is that this will spark some ideas for how regular network engineers can begin using Intent API's on a daily basis to simplify their most common tasks.
Hello community, We are migrating a campus from an existing MPLS campus with PE routers at each distribution block in the network. The original migration strategy was to acquire new hardware as intermediate nodes to be installed in the same location ...
Hey team, does anyone know if TLOC preference feature is supported or coming on cEdge any time soon? I have seen various discussions stating March/April 2021. However, I am not seeing anything yet. Please advise.
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Hi there, We have many SNMP strings over the years, but I didn't know any history of them. Is there anyway I can check which snmp being used or not? maybe in the logs? Then I can clean up the config. W...