Napalm script to display device hsotname, serial number and os version

This program displays the hostname, serial number, and OS version of a device. The “get_facts” command includes all of these details. We need to modify the parameters so that it displays the result as per our requirements. Complete program for displaying hostname, serial number and os version OutputMore

Napalm to get memory usage of a device

Here, we will be creating a Napalm script to find the current usage of the memory on the device. Start by importing Napalm along with the JSON library. We will be using JSON to format the data. Below is the compete code to display memory usage from the device Output After connecting to a device,…More

Network Automation : Using NAPALM context manager to connect multiple IP address

Network Automation NAPALM (Python networking scripts examples) In this network automation example, we will be using context manager to connect devices. The context manager is very useful if the number of devices is greater than 100. All the opening and closing of the session will be handled automatically. We don’t have to use the open()…More

Network Automation : Get_facts to retrieve device information

Network Automation NAPALM (Python networking scripts examples) In this network automation example, we will use the get_facts function to retrieve device information. This is a simple example of collecting information from a device. If you don’t have a network setup for practice, try using routers from Sandbox. Some routers are available 24×7. It doesn’t require…More

Introduction to NAPALM Network Automation

Network Automation NAPALM This blog introduces NAPALM, which is a Python library for network automation. NAPLAM stands for Network Automation and Programmability Abstraction Layer with Multivendor Support. The NAPALM library can comes in handy for performing daily tasks such as getting device configuration, device uptime, protocol details and many more. It can also be used…More