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NetMRI - Python Script to Get Data from a List

 Here is an example of how to use Python in NetMRI to get data from "List" within NetMRI 

 

# BEGIN-SCRIPT-BLOCK
#
# Script-Filter:
#     true
#
# END-SCRIPT-BLOCK

from infoblox_netmri.easy import NetMRIEasy

# This values will be provided by NetMRI before execution 
defaults = {
   "api_url": api_url,
   "http_username": http_username,
   "http_password": http_password,
   "job_id": job_id,
   "device_id": device_id,
   "batch_id": batch_id
}

# Create NetMRI context manager. It will close session after execution
with NetMRIEasy(**defaults) as easy:
    # Everything has to be indented under the context manager if we are sending commmands to NetMRI
    #
    # This is how you get a list named "sif_test" and look up column "name" that contains "device_devicename" and get what's in the "location" column
    #
    mylocation = easy.get_list_value("sif_test", "name", device_devicename,"location", "null");
    print (mylocation)

 

I just printed it out here if we wanted to apply it to a config here is a better example, of course, I didn't put in an if statement to check if "null", do not apply the snmp-server location.  Feel free to add it

# BEGIN-SCRIPT-BLOCK
#
# Script-Filter:
#     true
#
# END-SCRIPT-BLOCK

from infoblox_netmri.easy import NetMRIEasy

# This values will be provided by NetMRI before execution
defaults = {
   "api_url": api_url,
   "http_username": http_username,
   "http_password": http_password,
   "job_id": job_id,
   "device_id": device_id,
   "batch_id": batch_id 
}

# Create NetMRI context manager. It will close session after execution
with NetMRIEasy(**defaults) as easy:
    # Everything has to be indented under the context manager if we are sending commmands to NetMRI
    #
    # This is how you get a list named "sif_test" and look up column "name" that contains "device_devicename" and get what's in the "location" column
    #
    mylocation = easy.get_list_value("sif_test", "name", device_devicename,"location", "null");
    command = "snmp-server location {}".format(mylocation)
    easy.send_command("config t\r")
    easy.send_command(command)

 

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