Before we take off for the season break, I'd like to close the first (half) year with the NSO Dev Hub by thanking you all for being here.
The NSO Dev Hub wouldn't be of any value if it wasn't for the large number of dedicated users. The exact number varies a little with vacations and holidays coming and going, but in the last six months we've always been between 500..750 unique monthly users, sharing questions, answers, code, bugs, success and concern with fellow NSO users. Whether you are a customer, partner or Cisco employee, Thank You for making this a productive and cozy place!
When we were sitting in meetings a year ago planning the NSO Dev Hub launch, we were certainly convinced that this concept would fly. Still, you can imagine the rewarding feeling looking at the below stats today ;-) Since the launch just over six months ago, we have seen
+ 350 answered questions
+ Well over 100 presentations
+ 60 movies
+ 40 blog posts
+ 20 github projects, including ntool, pioneer, and the nso-5-day-training
Special thanks to the Cisco IT team: Brandon Black, Elliot Wise, Patrick Huynh, Jason Belk, for making their 5-day NSO training material available on the Hub! That post (topmost in featured content) has been viewed more times than the second, third and fourth most viewed posts combined. Practically by as many people as have ever been on the Hub. Awesome! ;-)
Take a week, take two. Spend the time with friends and family. Then see you again in January, ready for the new season.
Hi, guysI prove the NSO API RESTCONF and I have a problem,I tried to modify my router using PUT method and received this error:This is my url: http://nso.sdwanlab.com:8080/restconf/data/tailf-ncs:devices/device=RV260/config/ciscosb-ipgroup:ip-g...
We are currently using NSO 4.7.2 in one of our projects. We see error that interleaving is not supported during capability exchange. Is there a way to enable this capability in NSO? Or is this supported in a new release of NSO?
Any pointers and suggestion...
I have created a "parent" service who will fire up multi "child" services to various devices.4x the vlan service towards switch1/2/3/4. Setup interfaces on router 1/2/3/4/5/6/7, vrf's BGP etc. It also configures an IPSEC service on two IOS routers wh...
I may have to 'move' my NSO server to another subnet. Are there any implications to changing the ip of the NSO server itself?I'd obviously have to shut down NSO services first, but are there any gotcha's I may have missed?thank you