Route-map "as-path prepend" not modelled in NXOS REST API?
I am working on a project automating our switch frabric using the NXOS REST-API.
I have hit what, for me would be a major issue, in that the following command syntax does not appear to be modeled in the REST API DME?
route-map TEST permit 10
set as-path prepend 100 100 100
If I add this command to a route-map and then GET the configuration for it from the switch there is no child of 'rtmapEntry' returned that corresponds to it. Further if I paste CLI as above into the NX-API Developer Sandbox console it tells me the following:
Error in 1 of 9 commands:
cmd: " set as-path prepend 200 200"
msg: Invalid params
% The command is not modeled
So it looks like there is no way to do this from the REST API? I am using a physical 93180YC-EX switch on 7.0(3)I7(4).
Can anyone confirm this is the case? Or does anyone have any knowledge on whether this might be modeled in an upcoming release?
Right now I'm left thinking I will need to scrap using the API and go back to CLI templates, which would really suck :(
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