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Network Automation Cookbook

By : Karim Okasha
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Network Automation Cookbook

By: Karim Okasha

Overview of this book

Network Automation Cookbook is designed to help system administrators, network engineers, and infrastructure automation engineers to centrally manage switches, routers, and other devices in their organization's network. This book will help you gain hands-on experience in automating enterprise networks and take you through core network automation techniques using the latest version of Ansible and Python. With the help of practical recipes, you'll learn how to build a network infrastructure that can be easily managed and updated as it scales through a large number of devices. You'll also cover topics related to security automation and get to grips with essential techniques to maintain network robustness. As you make progress, the book will show you how to automate networks on public cloud providers such as AWS, Google Cloud Platform, and Azure. Finally, you will get up and running with Ansible 2.9 and discover troubleshooting techniques and network automation best practices. By the end of this book, you'll be able to use Ansible to automate modern network devices and integrate third-party tools such as NAPALM, NetBox, and Batfish easily to build robust network automation solutions.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)

Deploying configuration on Juniper devices

In this recipe, we will outline how to push the configuration that we have generated via Jinja2 templates in all the previous sections on Juniper devices using Ansible. This provides us with the capability to push any custom configuration that we create to our Juniper devices.

Getting ready

This recipe requires NETCONF to be enabled on the Juniper devices.

How to do it...

  1. In the pb_junos_push_con file, add the following task:
$ cat pb_jnpr_net_build.yml

<-- Output Trimmed for brevity ------>

- name: "Deploy Configuration...