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Need help in NETMRI Script Creation for generating CSV under triggered Jobs section

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I have a use case of writing a python script under Triggered Jobs section of Netmri for Policy rule violation trigger type

Instead of writing a Adhoc Command under violation Section, We have to write a python script with following details

Trigger Type: Policy Rule

Trigger Event: Rule Id(Eg: QOS_PL13.1)

Device Group: Selected One (Eg: QOS-WAN-ASR)

 

Python Script should produce the following output

A CSV file should be generated containing following columns

RULE ID(Primary Key),    DEVICEID,    DEVICE IP,    RULE STANDARD CONFIGURATION,   RUNTIME DEVICE CONFIGURATION

 

 

Imp Note:

  • RuleID  and standard configuration can be hardcoded for specific Device Group. RuleID can also be stored from Trigger Event field in CSV
  • Runtime Device Configuration, DeviceID and Device IP can be taken by logging in to the device.
  • for every Rule Id, we will create different scripts containing similar logic to create csv file. Only command to fetch Runtime device configuration will change.
  • This script will only be executed in case of any violations of policy rule

 Query:

Is there any possiblilty of creating csv/excel file from script execution with triggered job section. if yes, where the csv will be stored.

 

Sample Configuration which can be used:

Rule ID: 

QOS_PL13.1

 

RULE STANDARD CONFIGURATION:

policy-map QOS-WAN-EDGE
class QOS-VOICE
priority percent 20
class QOS-VIDEO
bandwidth remaining percent 50
class QOS-CONTROL
bandwidth remaining percent 5
class QOS-BUSAPPS
bandwidth remaining percent 15
random-detect dscp-based
service-policy QOS-MARK-BUSAPPS
class QOS-BULK-SCAVENGER
bandwidth remaining percent 5
random-detect dscp-based
service-policy QOS-MARK-BULK-SCAVENGER
class class-default
bandwidth remaining percent 25
set ip dscp default
fair-queue
random-detect dscp-based
^\S

 

RUNTIME DEVICE CONFIGURATION:

sh run|sec class-map match-any QOS-VOICE

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