It works when trying to copy configuration from one port to another port or from one lag to another lag, but it doesn't work with services. in the example below I try to copy configuration from a given service customer in device 1 to another service customer in device 2.
In this case we don’t need to create new device. Copy tree works fine but for that I have create new device first that I don’t want to do.
may be move is not correct method, I did not find any maapi method for renaming device without creating a new one. Rename does make a copy of same device with new name with the need of list entry present
I think this is another questin you are asking but the answer to yours is: you can't rename the device without creating a new one because you are changing the KEY of the device in the device list so by changing the "name" you change the unique identifier of the device in the list and so you need to create a new element. Regards
In order to ease the use of the CSP 2100 APIs, I've created a new repo which is containing the Postman collection.
Have a look at it: https://github.com/jgarnier/csp_2100_postman, there is details on importing the collection, creating the ...
It is very rare to be building a brand-new network from scratch. A much more common scenario is to introduce automation into a pre-existing network, which is already delivering services to customers. With NSO having been deployed in more than 200 customer...
Developer Days 2020 is over. With 1,998 registered attendees it was a huge success! We now have more than 20 hours of on-demand content from our fantastic speakers on YouTube. Soon, you will be able to find this material along with previous Developer Days...
In the NSO universe there a number of heroes and just a few villains. The clear uber-hero is FastMap, the one algorithm to diff them all. Other demi-heroes include Yang, Nanoservices, and Netsim. Most villains are vanquished quic...