Hi all, I was wondering if there was a way to bulk add and delete devices from NSO? I have created an auth group, but I have over 100 devices to add to it and then fetch ssh keys, so I was wondering if there was a quicker way. Initially I tried load merge of an xml file, but this still means I have to fetch the ssh keys. I'd like a way to remove these and try again with a better method. Has anyone done this before?
An XML file is certainly one good way to go. I would guess that most people with a large number of devices wrap their on boarding actions in some kind of script, especially if it is an ongoing concern.
A helpful trick is that you can perform certain operations at all devices at once, so you can do for instance: request devices fetch-ssh-host-keys to fetch all keys and request devices sync-from to synchronize all of them at once.
I wanted to contribute by providing some step by step instructions for setting up LSA with a very simple example using an LSA service to configure firewall interfaces. The examples included with an NSO installation were good to start with, b...
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Shelly Cadora wrote a blog post about rolling out Segment Routing in an LDP/ISIS network a while ago - apologies - should have posted here earlier... This is also a great post about network automation using NSO in general.
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