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israelgl
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adding network object with mgmt_cli batch CSV file

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i try to add number of network object with cli tool but i received an error.

i followed sk113078 and did exactly the same and received the error:

Line 2: code: "generic_err_invalid_parameter_name"
message: "Unrecognized parameter [name]"

Line 3: code: "generic_err_invalid_parameter_name"
message: "Unrecognized parameter [name]"

Line 4: code: "generic_err_invalid_parameter_name"
message: "Unrecognized parameter [name]"


Executed command failed. Changes are discarded.

 

the csv is:

name,subnet,subnet-mask
network1,10.10.10.0,255.255.255.0
network2,20.20.20.0,255.255.255.0
network3,30.30.30.0,255.255.255.0

 

 

i have R80.20 take: 103

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PhoneBoy
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This seems like a bug to me.
In R80.30, the above works using both the 1.5 (R80.30) and 1.3 (R80.20) versions of the API.
Suggest opening a TAC case.

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Martin_Valenta
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what's the command syntax which you use to do batch work?
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israelgl
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mgmt_cli add network --batch network.csv

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Maik
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Sounds like a bug to be honest. Without being able to test it on my own it seems like you specified everything in the correct way. Could you try to run the same command with "--version 1.1" in the end to force the API down to version 1.1? I used this command before and I'm quite sure that it worked. Also; do you experience this issue only via the batch mode or also via "manually" creating one network with the specified parameters?
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israelgl
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i tried with "--version 1.1", same error.

manually adding with "mgmt_cli", works fine.

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Maarten_Sjouw
Champion
Champion
The actual problem here was that you did not use the full path for the csv file. A very common error.
Regards, Maarten
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PhoneBoy
Admin
Admin
This seems like a bug to me.
In R80.30, the above works using both the 1.5 (R80.30) and 1.3 (R80.20) versions of the API.
Suggest opening a TAC case.

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FMU
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I had the same issue on R80.10 with --version 1.1 and on R80.30 with --version 1.1, 1.5, 1.6

Constructing the command and "eval"ing it solved it:

<code>

#!/bin/bash

(...)

COMMAND="mgmt_cli add network (...)"

eval $COMMAND

</code>

 

 

 

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