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Interact with AKA through Python

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Synopsis

Misc scripts and libraries to run junk against aka

Using this on your own

Use this module with the following in your script

import logging
from akapy import Colorer
from akapy.helpers import CredentialParser, cidr_to_netmask, is_pingable, wait_until_it_pings
from akapy.aka import Api

if os.environ.has_key('AKA_BASE_URL'):
    AKA_BASE = os.environ['AKA_BASE_URL']
else:
    AKA_BASE = "https://aka.oit.duke.edu"

cred_parser = CredentialParser(AKA_BASE)
cred = cred_parser.import_credentials()
AKA = Api(AKA_BASE, cred)

Setup

Make sure you have ~/.akarc set up like this:

    [https://aka.oit.duke.edu]
    user = joeuser
    key = 11111111-2222-3333-4444-555555555555

    [https://aka-test.oit.duke.edu]
    user = joeuser
    key = aaaaaaaa-bbbb-cccc-dddd-eeeeeeeeeeee

The script will default to using 'https://aka.oit.duke.edu'. If you would like to change it to test (or any other URL), set your environment variable

export AKA_BASE_URL=https://aka-test.oit.duke.edu

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