I’m happy to share another article published on the Codilime blog. This time I’ve looked deeper at the basic usage of vManage Client – a Python library dedicated to managing Cisco SD-WAN.
Spirent is an incredible tool to test the boundaries of network environments. With tons of traffic types, you can simulate nearly whatever you imagine. What’s even better, it can be automated! Unfortunately, the beginning of this road isn’t that easy.
In the previous article on Cisco SD-WAN, I’ve shown you how to interact with the vManage using Postman software. Now it’s time to do some coding. We will interact with the SD-WAN using the Python requests library. For this article,
This article starts a series covering the depths of Cisco SD-WAN. This time, however, we will just scratch the surface with some basic requests. For that, we will use the Postman software and Cisco SD-WAN 20.4 Always On sandbox Authentication
In the previous article about Cisco Meraki, I’ve shown you a way to interact with REST API by using the requests library. This article is focused on a Meraki SDK, which provides an easier way to interact with Meraki. Tools
There are various methods of interacting with the Cisco DNA Center. In the previous articles, I’ve shown you how to execute REST API calls by using Postman software and Python’s requests library. This time, I’ll use an SDK dedicated for
In this article, I’ve shown you how to execute simple REST API calls to the Cisco DNA Center using Postman. Today, we will switch to Python to build a couple of useful scripts. Tools To run REST API calls we
In the previous articles, I’ve described how to execute REST API calls using Postman software. This time we will dive into Python. Tools To run REST API calls we will use Python3 with the requests library. It’s not installed by
In this article, we will take a look at base REST API calls to the Cisco DNA Center. As in the previous post, the Postman software will be used. Environment For the purpose of this article, we will use a
Since network automation is becoming more and more desirable in today’s networks, it’s worth knowing some of the basic methods which we can use. That’s why in today’s article, I want to show you basic REST API call examples based