Explanation: Currently, NSO does not support selective rollback. To maintain a feature compatibility between the APIs (CLI, NETCONF and REST), it would be great if NSO could support selective rollback via REST as well.
Description: An NSO Native tool for uploading devices in bulk, preferably via csv and/or API. Takes name, ip, device_type, and NED. Tool adds, fetchs ssh & syncs the devices.
While this is pretty easy to do on your own, I always found it interesting that NSO cant do this for me. As result I have seen MANY variation of this functionality all with differing degrees of quality It would also make New Customer ramp-up easier as a new customer wouldn't have to learn NSO APIs to add all their devices and get started.
Live Event & Video On-Demand
Individual Live Sessions
Telstra Network Transformation with AutomationRoss Manariti, Technical Product Owner - Resource Domain & Element Management, Telstra
Customer services across thousands of network a...
If you are an NSO user, you are probably aware that when you write and read data from any of the NSO northbound interface agents, such as NETCONF, RESTCONF, CLI, MAAPI, etc., those agents are going through the NSO transaction manager before reaching the C...
NSO Developer Days is an opportunity for both new and experienced customers to come together and network, share best practices, meet engineering and learn more about what is coming next for NSO. Join service provider and enterprise network automation pro...
I have a simple service to configure an IP under loopback interface, but how do I delete the IP, if the one I am going to configure is pre-existing on another interface or at least give a warning that this IP is already in use?
Here is m...
Hi, As I understand, when I source ncsrc then it inserts pyang version 1.5 in my path and won't be the use the one I had installed on my system. I'm still facing the same errors every time when executing pyang : ❯ pyang test01....