Hi Any one knows that how to import all objects at the same time to R 80.1 management server ? I am aware about mgmt_cli tool , but still have some confusion on this , any experts can explain on this ?#
Could you please try to elaborate your request?
There are plenty examples of importing objects using mgmt_cli as well as various scripts that can assist you.
If you can elaborate on exactly what you're trying to do, perhaps we can provide a relevant pointer.
Hi all ,
I found that how to import the object via Smart console Mgmt_cli, with .txt file. But have some doubts in while importing the objects via SSH to Management Appliance , once login with user password , I am not able to import bulk object same time every time its asking credentials after importing one object .
during login command, redirect the login credentials to a file -
login user password > id.txt
and then use -s switch for following command specifying id.txt as a parameter.
And one thing I need to know how should I export only objects from R80.1 with their receptive IP address , I exported policy from smart dash broad in .CSV file there I can see objects only no ip addresses , My requirement is I need to export objects with its ip address ,is there any possible ways available to do it ?
Kindly let know about the possibilities
Robert, have you had any luck using this? Seems like it has something to do with SSL certificates? I'm trying to run it from another server.
When I try to run it I get:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "./export_hosts.py", line 15, in <module> get_objects("hosts", fields) File "/home/user/ExportObjects/get_objects.py", line 136, in get_objects fields=fields) File "/home/user/ExportObjects/get_objects.py", line 66, in process_args_and_login auto_accept=unsafe_auto_accept)) or client.check_fingerprint(): File "/home/user/ExportObjects/cp_mgmt_api_python_sdk/lib/mgmt_api.py", line 535, in check_fingerprint server_fingerprint = self.get_server_fingerprint() File "/home/user/ExportObjects/cp_mgmt_api_python_sdk/lib/mgmt_api.py", line 427, in get_server_fingerprint context = ssl.create_default_context()AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'create_default_context'
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