Expose Netsim to external interface - can it be done?
I would like to expose Netsims to SSH sessions external to the host. Of course you can ssh to a Netsim from the linux shell (within the same host), but I would like to be able to connect to a Netsim CLI from outside the host. Is that possible? if so, how could it be done? Thanks
Re: Expose Netsim to external interface - can it be done?
So by external interface, you mean a computer/node that resides outside of the NSO's server?
I personally have not tried that myself.. I would think to access the netsim device and see if it can ssh to the remote host. I assume it wouldn't since netsim device's begin with 127.0.0.1. You could change the device's address to an IP within the same subnet of the external host and verify.
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