I have a project coming up to do some DHCP helper updates enterprise wide. I was hoping to use pyATS to confirm the changes. I started with this simple yaml file in my lab. I get a failed to connect even though the log shows it connecting. I think I'm missing something simple. I can't really come up with a simpler test. The yaml file is attached.
Test device is a Catalyst 3560. I can successfully login with the credentials and have priv 15 access.
genie learn all -v -v -v --testbed-file example.yaml
I've not had a chance to test pyATS yet, but I'm going to take a wild guess...
The device name (or maybe the alias) probably has to match the hostname shown on the CLI prompt. This is probably a fail safe to verify you have connected to the device you think it is. I'd suggest changing your yaml file to:
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