not sure what you´re trying to accomplish here. If you just want to add emtpy devices, you can pick up the config from a sample device, and repeat this config with a script that changes the device names , then load merge into your NSO config.
If these are netsim devices you are trying to create, you can also generate a script to create the netsim config lines, then load the netsim config into NSO, but you will likely hit memory limit before you get to 300 (much earlier than that depending on device type)
I want to integrate NSO with say 300 pe routers is it normal to add them one by one manually ? I am working now on python script to read fro excel sheet that contains these router's data and then i think i should send rest call to nso to add them . Did you face this issue before so you can share your thoughts or outputs with us ? Thanks in advance for your help
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