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This seems to modify the value and print the before and after values for a cust...
If you are using PERL in NetMRI it's $name External API for what you are trying...
This should give you the phyical model (and serial number) of each chassis: my ...
Via PERL: use NetMRI::API qw(netmri_api_file); my $import = $client->broker->config_list->import({file=>netmri_api_file 'psctest.csv'}); FYI.
Here is a link to the PERL example - https://community.infoblox.com/t5/Network-Change-Configuration/Adding-a-custom-device-field-via-the-API/m-p/2008/highlight/true#M393
# and IP's match 10.101.x.x or 10.102.x.x op_DeviceIPDotted => 'rlike', val_c_DeviceIPDotted => "10\.101.*|10\.102.*", That did work quite well. Thanks.
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Thanks John! I know very little but the following worked for me: #!/usr/bin/per...
Confirmed: Custom field names: "Serial-Number", "Serial Number" and "Serial_Number" all worked with an underscore: $device->get_custom_field("serial_number") Thank you John.

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