Templating/automating configuration

Gordon Cook cook at cookreport.com
Mon Jun 12 00:23:38 CST 2017


agree
 again all of  the above
 
thanks
> On Jun 11, 2017, at 7:58 PM, Gordon Cook <cook at cookreport.com> wrote:
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> again  I understand and agree
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> the reach of your drowning analysis and understanding is awesome
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> hi randy bush
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> oops and hi jp confused of calcutta and chris locke rage boy  
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>> On Jun 7, 2017, at 6:17 PM, Andrew Dampf <adampf at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> Salt is great for generating configs based on jinja templates, and you can
>> use napalm in conjunction with salt to push the configs to the device on a
>> set schedule (typically this is done hourly). If manual changes are made to
>> the router, salt would override them on the next run, so it's a great way
>> to make sure configs are consistent.
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>> On Tue, Jun 6, 2017 at 9:25 AM Graham Johnston <johnstong at westmancom.com>
>> wrote:
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>>> Short of complete SDN, for those of you that have some degree of
>>> configuration templating and/or automation tools what is it that you run?
>>> I'm envisioning some sort of tool that let's me define template snippets of
>>> configuration and aids in their deployment to devices. I'm okay doing the
>>> heaving lifting in defining everything, I'm just looking for the tool that
>>> stitches it together and hopefully makes things a little less error prone
>>> for those who aren't as adept.
>>> 
>>> Graham Johnston
>>> Network Planner
>>> Westman Communications Group
>>> 204.717.2829 <(204)%20717-2829>
>>> johnstong at westmancom.com<mailto:johnstong at westmancom.com>
>>> 
>>> 
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