Abstracton and Python API for Ansible Networking
Network-Runner is a python library that abstracts management and interaction with switching hardware to Ansible Networking. This library is not tested with all the modules included with Ansible Networking. In theory it should work with any switch that has compatible modules included with Ansible Networking if the provider tasks are added to this library’s Ansible role. See the contributor documentation for more information about adding support for an Ansible Networking module to this library.
- Free software: Apache license
- Documentation: https://network-runner.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
- Source: https://github.com/ansible-network/network-runner/
The Network-Runner library consists of the following components:
- Python API
- Imported directly by python.
- Ansible Role
- Used by Ansible during Ansible invocation.
Any python application could need the ability to communicate with a switch to perform a task that network-runner is able to complete. The interaction with ansible is designed in a library style that will allow direct import and invocation in python independent of a running OpenStack deployment.
The following matrix indicates which features have been implmented.
|Config Access Port||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y|
|Config Trunk Port||N||Y||N||Y||Y||N|
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