You can use Python scripts to automate Junos. Click demo scripts to access the repository in GitHub.
The script repository contains three sections or phases:
To set up your environment, you must:
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All scripts use an option that enables you to change this name (check option -l for each script).
All scripts use parameters to ensure they can match your environment. They have at least the following parameters:
To list all options available for each script, you can use --help or -h trigger to display help.
Remember that if you enter a password on the command line in bash, then it will be recorded in the ~/.bash_history file. That's okay if nobody else had access to your computer, but remember that you computer sometimes gets backed up. So remember to clean out the ~/.bash_history file. It is sufficient to use a text editor.