Ciholas Data Protocol
The Ciholas Data Protocol (CDP) provides a method of communication between devices and services. CDP data is transmitted over Ethernet as User Datagram Protocol (UDP) packets. cdp-py contains a set of structural definitions of the CDP data items that make up these UDP packets.
You need Python 3 or higher to use cdp-py. Make sure you have Python installed and that the expected version is available from your command line. You can check this by running:
$ python --version
cdp-py can be installed using pip. To install the latest version use:
$ pip install cdp-py
Now that cdp-py package is installed, you can start using the cdp module by adding the following import statement to your Python script:
For a tutorial about how to use the cdp module, visit: Using CDP - Python.
To upgrade to the latest version use:
$ pip install --upgrade cdp-py
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