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The XML Resources page in Junos PyEZ contains links to several online resources that can help you master XML
Overview This document provides an overview of Junos PyEZ and links to related topics. About Junos PyEZ Junos PyEZ is a microframework for Python that enables you to remotely manage and automate devices running Junos OS. Official Documentation Junos PyEZ technical documentation Junos PyEZ documentation in GitHub API documentation on readthedocs.org All Junos PyEZ releases in GitHub Latest Junos PyEZ release notes General Resources JunosPyEZ Features and Architecture This document describes Junos PyEZ, lists its features, and explains its architecture
Overview Python-based scripts and resources for automation
You can automate and streamline users’ operational and configuration tasks using Junos PyEZ or SLAX...Junos PyEZ and Automation How can I access data from Junos OS devices without using XML?
Junos PyEZ Features and Architecture Junos PyEZ is a Python "micro-framework" used to remotely manage or automate Junos OS devices
Junos PyEZ is a Python micro-framework designed to provide the same capabilities as a user would have on the Junos OS CLI in an environment built for automation. Information about its features and architecture is available on the Junos PyEZ Features and Architecture page
Junos PyEZ and skeleton-code To loop through a list of hostnames using the same username and password (credentials) using Junos PyEZ , you must have skeleton-code The skeleton-code defines a list of hosts and a devlist, and prompts the user to enter their username and password
The Troubleshooting, Auditing, and Reporting page in Junos PyEZ contains instructions on how to retrieve operational and configuration data in tables and views using Junos PyEZ
Overview Basic remote connectivity and fact gathering. Example from pprint import pprint from jnpr.junos import Device dev = Device(host='my host or ipaddr', user='jeremy', password='jeremy123' ) dev.open() pprint( dev.facts ) dev.close() Here is the sample output when...
rsherman says: Hi Karim, You should be using the RPC on demand feature of PyEZ