Recently I created a script using the variable $tcl_platform(user) which gave me the user used to log into the switch. I wanted to know if there are more variable like this or any material with TCL variables commonly used with information of router and switches.
Lets say that there is a variable called it $tcl_hardware(CPU)
puts $ tcl_hardware(CPU)
38 <-Similar to say "The CPU utilization is 38% right now"
Just an example, not saying that I'm interested in a TCL variable for the CPU load, instead, I'm interested in something like a pool of variables with outputs similar to this one.
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